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The Paris commune, including the "First manifesto of the International on the Franco-Prussian war," the "Second manifesto of the international on the Franco-Prussian war," "The civil war in France," by Karl Marx ... with introduction by Frederick Engels; preface and notes to the American ed. by Lucien Sanial.

Main Author: Marx, Karl, 1818-1883.
Related Names: Sanial, L. b. 1836, ed., Engels, Friedrich 1820-1895.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, New York labor news company, 1902.
Subjects: Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871.
Paris (France) > History > Commune, 1871.
Note: "Three manifestoes of the International workingmen's association, issued from the pen of Karl Marx in 1870-71, and supplemented by an introduction which his life-long friend and co-laborer Frederick Engels wrote twenty years later."--Editor's pref.
Physical Description: xxxv, 117 p. 19 cm.
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