Happy Birthday Karl!

zodiac zodiac at interlog.com
Sun May 5 18:31:44 MDT 1996


Yeah -- happy birthday, Karl!

To honor the man, (late in the day, true, but I had to work) the
Marx/Engels Internet Archive today opened a vastly expanded subarchive:

    International Working Men's Association Internet Archive -- the
    First International at

    http://csf.colorado.edu/psn/marx/Archive/1864-IWMA

Aside from the trivia and curiosity value of meetings (the early Minute
Books from the Central Council are included), these writings also contain
some classic works, like TRADES' UNIONS. THEIR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
(part of the fall 1866 instructions to delegates); and Marx's report on "the
right of inheritance," and Engels' classic "What does Poland have to do with
the working class?", which was an answer to the "anti-politics" of
Proudhonists (an attitude still very alive today) -- there's a lot more,
hitched to the index page and the search engine.

A lot more of the index page entries will become active in the coming months.

The Marx/Engels Internet Archive, itself, is at
http://csf.colorado.edu/psn/marx

Ken.





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