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Nikolai Bukharin, Imperialism and the Accumulation of Capital and the Accumulation of CapitalWritten: 1924;
First Published: 'Der Imperialismus und die Akkumulation des Kapitals',Unter dem Banner des Marxismus, Vienna/Berlin, 1925-6, Vol II.
Source: Rosa Luxemburg and Nikolai Bukharin Imperialism and the Accumulation of capital. Edited with an Introduction by Kenneth J. Tarbuck. (Allen Lane The Penguin Press, London, 1972), pp 151-270.
Translated: (from the German) by Rudolf Wichmann;
Transcription/Markup: Steve Palmer;
Copyright: Kenneth J. Tarbuck and Rudolf Wichmann 1972;
Notes: Notes by the editor and translator appear [thus]. MIA notes appear {thus}.
Introductory essay: "Imperialism and the Accumulation of Capital" by David Yaffe. Contents: 1. Expanded Reproduction in an Abstract Capitalist Society 2. Money and Expanded Reproduction 3. The General Theory of the Market, and Crises! 4. The Economic Roots of Imperialism 5. The Theory of Capitalist Collapse 6. 

Nikolai Bukharin Historical Materialism A System of Sociology BukharinHistorical MaterialismA System of SociologyWritten: 1921
Source: Nikolai Bukharin "Historical Materialism", International Publishers, 1925
Online Version: Marxists Internet Archive ( 2002
Transcribed by: Edward Crawford
Markup:Mathias Bismo
Following the author's plan in the Russian edition, the material in the original book was printed in two different sizes of type. The general discussion covering the entire field appears in larger type, and may be read without reference to the matter in smaller type. More detailed elucidations of certain subjects including additional references were printed in smaller type for the use of the advanced student and reader. Introduction - The Practical Importance of the Social Sciences a. The Social Sciences and the Demands of the Struggle of the Working Class
b. The Bourgeoise and the Social Sciences
c. The Class Character of the Social Sciences

Nikolai Bukharin, Imperialism and World Economy BukharinImperialism and World EconomyIntroduction by V.I. LeninWritten: 1915 and 1917
Source: Nikolai Bukharin "Imperialism and World Economy", Monthly Review Press, no date
First Published in English: Nikolai Bukharin "Imperialism and World Economy", International Publishers 1929
Online Version: Marxists Internet Archive ( 2001
Transcription/Markup:Mathias Bismo
Introduction by V.I. Lenin
Preface Part 1 - World Economy and the Process of Internationalisation of Capital 1. World Economy Defined
2. Growth of World Economy
3. Organisation Forms of World Economy Part 2 - World Economy and the Process of Nationalisation of Capital 4. The Inner Structure of "National Economies" and the Tariff Policy
5. World Sales Markets and Changed Sales Conditions
6. World Market for Raw Materials, and Change in the Conditions of Purchasing Materials
7. World Movement of Capital, and Change in …