|On the Eve|
|Wavering Above, Determination Below|
|The Duma and the People|
|The Fight for Power and the “Fight” for Sops|
|The Declaration of Our Group in the Duma|
|“What Thou Doest, Do Quickly”|
|Famine Relief and the Tactics of the Duma|
|Negotiations About the Cabinet|
|Among Newspapers and Periodicals (June 23, 1906)|
|Who Is for Alliances With the Cadets?|
|The Cadet Duma Grants Money to the Pogrom-Mongers' Government|
|Yes-Men of the Cadets|
|Once Again About the Duma Cabinet|
|Among Newspapers and Periodicals (June 29, 1906)|
|The Unsound Arguments of the “Non-Party” Boycotters|
|The Bourgeoisie's Censures and the Proletariat's Call for Action|
|The Army and the People|
|Among Newspapers and Periodicals (July 2, 1906)|
|Organisation of the Masses and Choice of the Moment for Struggle|
|Among Newspapers and Periodicals (July 4, 1906)|
|A Bold Assault and a Timid Defence|
|The Parties in the Duma and the People|
|Conspiracies of Reaction and Threats of the Pogrom-Mongers|
|The Dissolution of the Duma and the Tasks of the Proletariat
|Dispatch of a Delegation to Sveaborg
- Resolution of the Executive Commission of the St. Petersburg Committee of the RSDLP
|Before the Storm|
|The Political Crisis and the Bankruptcy of Opportunist Tactics
|The Events of the Day|
|A “Labour Congress”|
|Lessons of the Moscow Uprising|
|The Government's Policy and the Coming Struggle|
|The Guerrilla Action of the Polish Socialist Party|
|Union of the Bund with the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party|
|A New Coup D'État in Preparation|
|The Question of Guerrilla Warfare|
|An Attempt at a Classification of the Political Parties of Russia|
|Notes on Sotsial-Demokrat, No. 1|
|The Russian Radical is Wise After the Event|
|The Results of the Cadet Congress|
|Philistinism in Revolutionary Circles|
|Martov's and Cherevanin's Pronouncements in the Bourgeois Press
- Lies Spread by L. Martov Through the Columns of the Bourgeois Press
- Martov and Cherevanin
- Social-Democrats and Bourgeois Newspapers
|On Convening an Extraordinary Party Congress|
|How History is Written...|
|Postscript to the Article: “The Social-Democrats and the Election Campaign”|
|The Social-Democrats and Electoral Agreements
|A Dissenting Opinion Recorded at the All-Russian Conference of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party by the Social-Democratic Delegates from Poland, The Lettish Territory, St. Petersburg, Moscow, The Central Industrial Region and The Volga Area|
|Draft Election Address|
|Blocs With the Cadets|
|Party Discipline and the Fight Against the Pro-Cadet Social-Democrats|
|How the Armavir Social-Democrats are Conducting Their Election Campaign|
|Whom to Elect to the State Duma
- What Are the Three Chief Parties?
- Whose Interests Do the Three Chief Parties Defend?
- What Do the Three Chief Parties Strive For?
- What Kind of Freedom Do the Three Chief Parties Wan to Give the People?
- How Do the Three Chief Parties Regard the Peasants' Demand for Land?
- What Can the Three Chief Parties Achieve if Their Whole Struggle is Successful?
- Social-Democrats and the Trudovik Parties
- Which Parties Claim to Defend the Interests of the Working Class and All Working People?
- Whose Interests Do These Parties Actually Defend?
- How Steadfast Are These Parties in the Grea World-wide Struggle of Labour Against Capital
- What Can These Parties Achieve by Completely Fulfilling Their Ultimate Aims?
- What Kind of Freedom for the People Are These Parties Trying to Achieve in the Presen Revolution?
- What Is the Attitude of These Parties to the Peasants' Demand for Land?
|The New Senate Interpretation|
|The Crisis of Menshevism
|The Proletariat and its Ally in the Russian Revolution|
|Concerning an Article Published in the Organ of the Bund|
|The Government's Falsification of the Duma and the Tasks of the Social-Democrats|
|The Political Situation and the Tasks of the Working Class|
|The Working-Class Party's Tasks and the Peasantry|
|Preface to the Russian Translation of W. Liebknecht's Pamphlet: No Compromises, No Electoral Agreements|
|Preface to the Russian Translation of K. Kautsky's Pamphlet: The Driving Forces and Prospects of the Russian Revolution|
|The Attitude of the Bourgeois Parties and of the Workers' Party to the Duma Elections|