Karl Marx: His Life and Thought

McLellan, David
Publisher:  MacMillan, London, United Kingdom
Year Published:  1973  
Pages:  498pp   ISBN:  333-15425-8
Dewey:  923.31
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6346

A biography of Karl Marx.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Trier, Bonn and Berlin
1. Childhood
2. Student Days
3. Journalism

Part II: Paris
4. Marriage and Hegel
5. The Deutsch-franzosische Jahrbucher
6. The 'Paris Manuscripts'
7. Last Months in Paris

Part III: Brussels
8. The Materialist Conception of History
9. Weitling and Proudhon
10. The Founding of the Communist League

Part IV: Cologne
11. From Brussels to Paris
12. Politics in Cologne
13. The Neue Rheinische Zeitung
14. The Watershed
15. The Demise of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung
16. Paris Again

Part V: London
17. The First Year in London
18. Refugee Politics
19. Life in Dean Street
20. Resumed Economic Studies
21. Journalism

Part VI: The 'Economics'
22. The Grundrisse and Critique of Political Economy
23. Herr Vogt
24. Marx and Lassalle
25. Life in Grafton Terrace
26. Capital
27. Life in Modern Villas

Part VII: The International
28. Origins of the International
29. Growth of the International
30. The International at its Zenith
31. The Franco-Prussian War and the Decline of the International

Part VIII: The Last Decade
32. Marx at Home
33. Work
34. Health
35. The European Scene
36. Russia, France and Britain
37. The Last Years

Epilogue
Appendices
Diagram of Marx's 'Economics'
Select Critical Bibliography
Index

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