Marx-Engels Correspondence 1872

Karl Marx to Ludwig Kugelmann, 23 July 1872

Source: Karl Marx, Letters to Dr Kugelmann (Martin Lawrence, London, undated). Scanned and prepared for the Marxist Internet Archive by Paul Flewers.

Dear Kugelmann

If nothing happens in between, I shall be at the Hague on 2 September and shall be very glad to see you there. I had already sent you the Scissions, [1] etc, but it seems to have been confiscated. I am therefore enclosing a copy in this letter. You must excuse me for not writing more today. I have to send proofs to Paris and am in general overburdened with business.



1. Les prétendues Scissions dans l'Internationale (The Alleged Scissions in the International), a pamphlet written by Marx (in French) for the General Council against the Bakuninists in the International – Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute.