Letopisi Marksizma

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Letopisi Marksizma

 

(Annals of Marxism), a journal, the organ of the Marx and Engels Institute. It was issued in Moscow between 1926 and 1930.

The journal presented unpublished manuscripts by Marx and Engels, research materials on problems of development of the international workers’ movement and the spread of Marxism in Russia, and surveys and reviews of literature on philosophy, history, and political economy, as well as documentary materials and unique printed sources stored in the archives and library of the institute. Previously unpublished works by Marx that appeared in Letopisi Marksizma included “Bakunin: State Organization and Anarchy,” “Letters on India,” and “The Struggle of the Jacobins Against the Girondists.” Works by Engels first published by the journal included “K. Marx on Das Kapital,” “England,” “Letters From K. Marx and F. Engels to P. L. Lavrov,” and “Correspondence of K. Marx and F. Engels With Nicholas I.”

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(20) He edited Marx's letters on India from the New York Tribune (which had appeared in Russian in the institute's journal Letopisi marksizma).
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