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Volume 48 contains Engels letters from January 1887 to July 1890. Many of the letters are to key participants in the working-class and socialist movement in Europe and the USA. Engels corresponds with his US publishers about his own work, particularly the American edition of the Condition of the Working Class in Britain. A recurring theme is Engels’ fear that rivalry between the great European powers will bring war, which will destroy the nascent socialist movement.