IWMA

Resolutions on the split in the US Federation

The First International Working Men's Association

RESOLUTIONS ON THE SPLIT IN THE U.S. FEDERATION

written (in English) before March 5, 1872 published in La Emancipacion, April 6 Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, May 4 Der Volksstaat, May 8

Ficticious Splits within the International

The First International Working Men's Association

FICTITIOUS SPLITS IN THE INTERNATIONAL

by KARL MARX and FREDERICK ENGELS

written by Marx and Engels between January and March 5, 1872

Adopted by the General Council as a private circular. Published in Geneva 1872 as a French pamphlet called Les Pretendues Scissions dans l'Internationale. It marks the opening of Marx and Engels' preparations for confrontation with Bakuninist forces at upcoming IWMA congress at the Hague (September 1872).

The President of Mankind

The First International Working Men's Association

THE "PRESIDENT OF MANKIND"

Rheinische Zeitung, No. 102, second supplement, April 12, 1865 and the Berliner Reform, No. 88, supplement, April 13, 1865

Translated by Barrie Selman

Statement regarding the causes of the breach with Social Demokrat

The First International Working Men's Association

STATEMENT REGARDING THE CAUSES OF THE BREACH WITH THE SOCIAL-DEMOKRAT

Published in the Berliner Reform, No. 67, March 19, 1865 Translated by Barrie Selman Transcribed for the Internet by director@marx.org, April 1996

Into his postscript to the statement of resignation of Herren Rüstow and Herwegh (No. 31 of the Social-Demokrat) Herr von Schweitzer incorporates an article dispatched from London to the Neue Frankfurter Zeitung as proof of "how inconsistent and utterly unprincipled the conduct of Herren Marx and Engels is". He attempts to falsify the facts. Hence the following factual information.

Resolutions of the Central Council on the Conflict in the Paris Section

The First International Working Men's Association

RESOLUTIONS OF THE CENTRAL COUNCIL ON THE CONFLICT IN THE PARIS SECTION

First published in: Marx/Engels Gesamlausgabe, Abt. 3, Bd, 3, Berlin, 1930

Resolution of the London Conference on Working Class Political Action

RESOLUTION OF THE LONDON CONFERENCE ON WORKING-CLASS POLITICAL ACTION

as adopted by the London Conference of the International, September, 1871

Karl Marx and Frederick Engels

Resolutions concerning the agenda of the Laussane conferance

The First International Working Men's Association

RESOLUTIONS CONCERNING THE AGENDA OF THE LAUSANNE CONGRESS

Resolution I published as leaflet and in The Working Man, No. 16, The Bee-Hive Newspaper, No. 300 and The Commonwealth, No. 75, July 13, 1867

Resolution on the procedure of discussing the programme of the Congress

The First International Working Men's Association

RESOLUTION ON THE PROCEDURE OF DISCUSSING THE PROGRAMME OF THE CONGRESS

La Liberte Speech

The First International Working Men's Association

LA LIBERTE SPEECH

Karl Marx speech delivered September 8, 1872, in Amsterdam.

Printed September 15, 1872, in La Liberte. Also printed in Dutch, Belgian and German papers.

General Rules of the International Working Mens Association

Statement of rules by the International Working Men's Association (IWMA), or First International from 1864.

October 1864

Considering, That the emancipation of the working classes must be conquered by the working classes themselves, that the struggle for the emancipation of the working classes means not a struggle for class privileges and monopolies, but for equal rights and duties, and the abolition of all class rule;