The Accumulation of Capital
XXX. INTERNATIONAL LOANS
XXXI. PROTECTIVE TARIFFS AND ACCUMULATION
XXXII. MILITARISM AS A PROVINCE OF ACCUMULATION
This is an original translation not only of the main body of the
work but also of a number of quotations from foreign authors. Page
references thus usually indicate the original foreign sources.
In so far as possible, however, I have availed myself of existing
translations and have referred to the following standard works:
Karl Marx: Capital, vol. i (transl. by Moore-Aveling, London,
1920); vol. ii (transl. by E. Untermann, Chicago, 1907); vol.
iii (transl. by E. Untermann, Chicago, 1909)
The Poverty of Philosophy (translator’s name not given, London,
Sismondi’s introduction to the second edition of Nouveaux
Principes is quoted from M. Mignet’s translation of selected
passages by Sismondi, entitled Political Economy and the
Philosophy of Government, London, 1847. No English translation
exists of Marx’s Theorien über den Mehrwert.
Unfortunately, not all the West European texts, and none of the
Russian—except Engels’ correspondence with Nikolayon—were
accessible to me, and I regret having been unable to trace some
quotations and check up on others. In such cases, the English
version follows the German text and will at least bring out the
point the author wanted to make.
To save the reader grappling with unfamiliar concepts, I have