The Civil War in the United States

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This article is about the collection of essays by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. For the war itself, see American Civil War.

The Civil War in the United States is a collection of articles on the American Civil War by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels for the New York Tribune and Die Presse of Vienna between 1861 and 1862, and correspondence between Marx and Engels between 1860 and 1866. It was published as a book in 1937, edited and with an introduction by Richard Enmale.

The articles promote the Union side of the war, arguing that the conflict was fundamentally about slavery.

References[edit]

  • Marx, Karl; Engels, Friedrich (1937). Enmale, Richard, ed. The Civil War in the United States. New York: International Press. OCLC 250480672. 
  • Coddington, Edwin B. (1938). "Review: The Civil War in the United States". The Journal of Southern History (Southern Historical Association) 4 (3): 393–94. JSTOR 2191304. 
  • Cole, Arthur C. (October 1938). "Review: The Civil War in the United States". The American Historical Review (The University of Chicago Press on behalf of the American Historical Association) 44 (1): 162–63. JSTOR 1840916. 
  • Mark, Irving (1938). "Review: The Civil War in the United States". Science & Society (Guilford Press) 2 (3): 412–15. JSTOR 20699287. 
  • Novack, George (February 1938). "Marx and Engels on the Civil War". New International 4 (2): 45–47. Retrieved 2011-05-19.