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Does the closing of the cold war era open up the possibility of reading theCommunist Manifestoin new ways? In the first teaching edition of the post-Cold War era, Toews proposes new guidelines for reassessing the work to help students reconstruct the meaning of theManifestoin its time and at the close of the twentieth century. Together with the complete text of the work, this brief volume includes some key foundational documents by Hegel, Feverbach, Marx, Engels, and others that show the evolution of and influences on Marxist theory over time. The editor's introduction traces the trajectory of Marx's thought from the 1830s onward, while providing background on the political, social, and intellectual contexts of which theManifestowas a historical product.
John E. Toews (Ph.D., Harvard University) is professor of history at the University of Washington and has also taught at Columbia University. He has published widely on the theory and practice of contemporary historiography, the history of psychoanalysis, and the development of historical consciousness in nineteenth-century German culture, including Hegelianism: The Path Toward Dialectical Humanism (1981). He was the recipient of a MacArthur Prize fellowship and is completing a book on the culture of historicism in Berlin during the 1840s.
Table of Contents
|Note on the Text|
|Manifesto of the Communist Party|
|Draft of a Communist Confession of Faith,June 9, 1847|
|From a Letter to Karl Marx, November 23/24, 1847|
|FromThe Condition of the Working Class in England,1845|
|Speech at Karl Marx's Funeral1883|
|FromReport to the County of Lanark1820|
|FromReport to the County of Lanark,1820|
|FromThe Theory fo the Four Movements and of the General Destinies,1808|
|FromThe Theory of Universal Unity,1841-1843|
|The Six Points of the People's Charter|
|James Bronterre O'Brien, Private Property in The English Chartist Circular,1841|
|FromReason in History,1837|
|FromContribution to the Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Law,1843-44|
|FromOn the Jewish Question|
|FromThe Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844|
|Theses on Feuerbach|
|FromThe Class Struggle in France, 1848-1850|
|FromThe Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon,1852|
|FromThe Inaugural Address of the Working Men's International Association1864|
|Afterword to the Second German Edition of Capital,1873|
|The Fetishism of Commodities and the Secret Thereof,1867|
|Marx & Engels|
|FromThe German Ideology,1845-46|
|FromPrinciples of the Philosophy of the Future,1843|
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