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Paris Manuscripts

On the Jewish Question, 1843-4

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1844 Manuscripts

The Holy Family, 1844-5

The German ideology, 1946

The Poverty of Philosophy, 1847

Communist Manifesto, 1848

Address to the communist League, 1850

The 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte, 1852

Marx to Weydemeyer, 1852

Outlines of a Critique of Political Economy, 1857

Grundrisse, 1857

Preface to A critique of Political Economy, 1859

Theories of Surplus Value, 1862

Inaugural Address, 1864

Results of the Immediate Process of Production, 1865

Capital I, 1867

Capital II, 1869

Drafts for The Civil War in France, 1871

The Alleged Splits in the International, 1872

Speech in Amsterdam, 1872

Marx on Bakunin, 1875

Critique of the Gotha Programme, 1875

Circular Letter, 1879

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