Re: [OPE] Marx on the U.S. Civil War

From: Paul Zarembka <zarembka@buffalo.edu>
Date: Mon Jan 31 2011 - 21:01:08 EST

Dogan,

The list of articles in the English edition of International Publishers,
1984, is at

www.cddc.vt.edu/marxists/archive/marx/works/cw/volume19/index.htm

I checked against my printed copy and the titles, authors, and page
numbers are the same, but only some of articles are linked at this
on-line site (those underlined).

Unless someone else wants to get involved, I think we can move this
research off the OPE list.

Thanks, Paul Z.

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(V23) HIDDEN HISTORY OF 9-11, Seven Stories Press, 2nd ed. softcover
(V24) TRANSITIONS IN LATIN AMERICA (V25) WHY CAPITALISM SURVIVES CRISES
(V26) THE NATIONAL QUESTION AND THE QUESTION OF CRISIS
====> Research in Political Economy, Emerald Group, Bingley, UK
====> P.Zarembka, ed., www.emeraldinsight.com/books.htm?issn=0161-7230
====> or www.buffalo.edu/~zarembka
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On 1/31/2011 8:46 AM, D. Gmen wrote:
> Paul,
> it will take days to prepare a synopsis for what ask for.
> Most of the writings on the subject are collected in Marx-Engels-Werke
> (MEW), vol. 15.
> Writings collected in this volume show either Engels or Marx or both
> Marx/Engels as autor.
> What we might do is to have a list of the titles in English (vol. 19)
> and compare it with the MEW edition.
> However, there seems to be a problem with this. The editors point out
> that some of the papers were not signed when they were published.
> These papers may have been put under both Marx's and Engels' name. The
> editors of "Marx/Engels: Civil War in United States" (Verlag
> Marxistische Blaetter, 1976) in German prefer (as the editor of MEW)
> to talk of both at the same time. So this matter seems to be
> complicated one. But it seems to be possible to clarfy the autorship
> of some of the papers at least.
> What do you think, how can we proceed?
> All the best,
> Dogan
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Zarembka <zarembka@buffalo.edu>
> To: Outline on Political Economy <ope@lists.csuchico.edu>
> Sent: Sun, Jan 30, 2011 9:57 pm
> Subject: [OPE] Marx on the U.S. Civil War
>
> Marx-Engels Collected Works, Volume 19, includes writings on the U.S.
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> Civil War. However, I understand that many articles on military affairs
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> were written by Engels although published under Marx's name.
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> Does anyone have a synopsis of which articles on the U.S. Civil War
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> published under Marx's name were written or largely written by Engels?
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> Paul Z.
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> (V23) HIDDEN HISTORY OF 9-11, Seven Stories Press, 2nd ed. softcover
>
>
> (V24) TRANSITIONS IN LATIN AMERICA (V25) WHY CAPITALISM SURVIVES CRISES
>
>
> (V26) THE NATIONAL QUESTION AND THE QUESTION OF CRISIS
>
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> ====> Research in Political Economy, Emerald Group, Bingley, UK
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> ====> P.Zarembka, ed.,www.emeraldinsight.com/books.htm?issn=0161-7230 <http://www.emeraldinsight.com/books.htm?issn=0161-7230>
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> ====> orwww.buffalo.edu/~zarembka <http://www.buffalo.edu/%7Ezarembka>
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