Radical press demands copyright takedown of Marx-Engels Collected Works | Boing Boing


 (Image: If Karl Marx was alive..., Pete Birkinshaw, CC-BY)

(Image: If Karl Marx was alive…, Pete Birkinshaw, CC-BY)

Lawrence and Wishart, a radical press founded in 1936 and formerly associated with the Communist Party of Great Britain, has asserted a copyright over „Marx-Engels Collected Works,“ a series of $25-50-ish hardcovers, and demanded that they be removed from the Marxist Internet Archive. As Scott McLemee notes, the editions in question were „prepared largely if not entirely with the support of old-fashioned, Soviet-era Moscow gold“ and consist, in large part, of arguments about the moral bankruptcy and corrupting influence of claims of private property.


Marx-Engels Collected Works will be removed from Marxists.org on May Day.


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