May Day 96: Das Kapital online

zodiac zodiac at interlog.com
Tue Apr 30 17:30:47 MDT 1996


The publication of an Internet version of "Das Kapital" needs no apology...

The Marx/Engels Internet Archive (http://csf.colorado.edu/psn/marx) is
pleased to announce the completion of Capital I (the original Engels
translation). You will find it at:

    http://csf.colorado.edu/psn/marx/Archive/1867-C1

Each chapter represents one file. Yes, it still has some typos. The entire
volume has its own search engine, for study purposes, apart from the
over-all Marx/Engels search engine.

At the first May Day rally in London, England's Hyde Park (May 4 1890 --
seven years after Marx's death), Marx's youngest daughter, Eleanor, read
part of a poem by Shelley:

    "Rise likes Lions after slumber
    In unvanquishable number,
    Shake your chains to earth like dew
    Which in sleep had fallen on you --
    Ye are many -- they are few."

... A meaningful May Day to you all, fellow wage-slaves.

Ken.
CyberMarx International



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