Introduction CHAPTER 1 MARX BEFORE THE MANIFESTO CHAPTER 2 A SPECTER IS HAUNTING EUROPE? CHAPTER 3 LONDON: INTO EXILE AND POVERTY CHAPTER 4 WORKERS OF THE WORLD, UNITE: THE INTERNATIONAL WORKING MEN'S ASSOCIATION (IWMA) CHAPTER 5 DAS KAPITAL AND THE ECONOMICS OF INDUSTRIALISM CHAPTER 6 "ALL I KNOW IS I'M NOT A MARXIST": MARX'S LAST YEARS CHAPTER 7 THE MEANING OF MARX Chronology Significant WorksGlossary of PeopleGlossary of TermsA Note on SourcesFor Further Study
William A. PelzBorn in a working class district on the south side of Chicago, William A. Pelz is an academic historian. A specialist in European and comparative labor history, Pelz is the author of the Against Capitalism: the European Left on the March. He is currently a professor at Elgin Community College and director of the Institute of Working Class History (Chicago).