Lenin Collected Works/Volume 19

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🛈 The following two titles were not in the English version of this or any volume of the LCW. This translation was done specially by MIA from the Russian edition.

Comments on Rosa Luxemburg’s book Accumulation of Capital349
Rosa Luxemburg’s Unsuccessful Addition to Marx’s Theory347

The Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism 21
Big Achievement of the Chinese Republic29
Old Problems and the Senile Decay of Liberalism31
The “Oil Hunger”33
The Cadet Assembly Bill37
The Balkan War and Bourgeois Chauvinism39
Contemporary Russia and the Working-Class Movement A Newspaper Report47
Educated Deputies52
“Who Stands to Gain?”53
In Britain (The Sad Results of Opportunism)55
Civilised Europeans and Savage Asians57
Merchant Accountancy59
A Great Technical Achievement61
A Few Words on Results and Facts63
Significance of the Resettlement Scheme66
Vekhi Contributors and Nationalism (Bibliographical Note)72
The Liberals and Freedom for the Unions74
For the Attention of Luch and Pravda Readers76
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Death of Joseph Dietzgen79
The Bourgeoisie and Peace83
The Awakening of Asia85
Separatists in Russia and Separatists in Austria87
The Resettlement Scheme Again89
The Working Class and the National Question91
British Socialist Party Conference93
Is the Condition of the Peasants Improving or Worsening?96
Backward Europe and Advanced Asia99
A Discreditable Role! (Once More for the Attention of Luch and Pravda Readers)101
The Land Question Settled—Landowner Fashion103
Armaments and Capitalism106
Helplessness and Confusion (Note)108
Draft Platform for the Fourth Congress of Social-Democrats of the Latvian Area
  • Appraisal of the Political Situation and the General Tactical Tasks of the Social-Democrats.
  • The Question of the Unity of the RSDLP
  • Attitude to the Liquidators
  • The Question of Support for the Liquidators' Conference and Organising Committee by the Central Com mittee of the Social -Democratic Party of the Latvian Area
  • The National Question
Liberal and Marxist Conceptions of the Class Struggle Note119
Factory Owners on Workers' Strikes 125
An Incorrect Appraisal (Luch on Maklakov)132
Frank Speeches by a Liberal135
The Question of Ministry of Education Policy (Supplement to the Discussion on Public Education)137
Controversial Issues An Open Party and the Marxists
  • I. The Decision of 1908
  • II. The Decision of 1910
  • III. The Attitude of the Liquidators to the Decisions of 1908 and 1910
  • IV. The Class Significance of Liquidationism
  • V. The Slogan of “Struggle for an Open Party”
  • VI. [notitle]
Letter to M. S. Olminsky (Vitimsky)170
The Question of Mr. Bogdanov and the Vperyod Group (For the Editors of Pravda)173
Has Pravda Given Proof of Bundist Separatism?175
Liberals as Defenders of the Fourth Duma177
The Question of the (General) Agrarian Policy of the Present Government180
Capitalism and Taxation197
Economic Strikes in 1912 and in 1905201
The Growth of Capitalist Wealth203
The Peasantry and the Working Class206
Child Labour in Peasant Farming209
The Results of Strikes in 1912 as Compared with Those of the Past213
In Australia216
May Day Action by the Revolutionary Proletariat218
Notes of a Publicist (June 15, 1913)228
Apropos of One Untruth (Letter to the Editors)233
The Working Class and NeoMalthusianism235
Liberal Appeals to Support the Fourth Duma238
Bourgeois Financial Magnates and Politicians241
Theses on the National Question243
Instructive Speeches252
Pictures From Life256
The Adjourned Duma and the Embarrassed Liberals258
Fifth International Congress Against Prostitution260
Word and Deed262
Cadets on the Question of the Ukraine266
Fresh Data on German Political Parties268
Exposure of the British Opportunists272
The Ideas of an Advanced Capitalist275
What Can be Done for Public Education277
Petty Production in Agriculture280
A “Fashionable” Branch of Industry283
Dead Liquidationism and the Living Rech285
Mobilisation of Allotment Lands288
How Can per Capita Consumption in Russia be Increased?292
August Bebel295
The Separation of Liberalism from Democracy302
A Fine Business!305
The Nationalisation of Jewish Schools307
Iron on Peasant Farms309
Metalworkers' Strikes in 1912 311
The Russian Bourgeoisie and Russian Reformism325
The Role of Social Estates and Classes in the Liberation Movement328
Class War in Dublin332
New Land “Reform” Measures337
The Merchant Salazkin and the Writer F. D.340
The Struggle for Marxism343
A Week After the Dublin Massacre348
Questions of Principle in Politics The Liberal Bourgeoisie and Reformism350
Liberals and Democrats on the Language Question354
The Language of Figures 358
Bourgeois Gentlemen on “Family” Farming364
Harry Quelch369
Marxism and Reformism372
The Land Question and the Rural Poor376
How Does Bishop Nikon Defend the Ukrainians?379
Notes of a Publicist (September 13, 1913)
  • I. Non-Party Intellectuals Against Marxism
  • II. Liberal Blindness
  • III. A Necessary Explanation
Civilised Barbarism388
The Black Hundreds390
Russian Government and Russian Reforms392
How Vera Zasulich Demolishes Liquidationism 394
Resolutions of the Summer, 1913, Joint Conference of the Central Committee of the RSDLP and Party Officials
  • The Tasks of Agitation in the Present Situation
  • Resolution on the Organisational Question and On the Party Congress
  • The Strike Movement
  • The Party Press
  • Social-Democratic Activities In the Duma
  • The Social-Democratic Group In the Duma
  • Work In Legal Associations
  • Resolution on the National Question
  • The Narodniks
There's a Trudovik For You!432
Bewildered Non-Party People436
The Liberals and the Land Problem in Britain439
A Weak Defence of a Weak Case443
The Duma “Seven”449
The Liberal Bourgeoisie and the Liquidators451
Capitalism and Workers' Immigration454
Material on the Conflict Within the Social-Democratic Duma Group
  • Whose Will?
  • What Is the Will of the Majority of the Class-Conscious Workers of Russia?
  • What Did the Elections to the Second, Third and Fourth Dumas Reveal Concerning the Will of the Proletariat?
  • Who Are the Deputies?
  • What Is the Will of the Workers as Shown by Workers' Newspapers in Russia?
  • What Is the Will of the Workers as Shown by Collections for Workers' Newspapers?
  • What Is the Will of the Workers as Shown by the St. Petersburg Trade Unions?
  • Ideological Unity
  • The Liquidators and the Bourgeoisie
  • Decision of the United Marxists
  • Our Work Within the Duma Group
  • What Do the Six Demand?
  • Unity Inside and Outside the Duma
A Cadet Property-Owner Argues “According to Marx”475
The Working-Class Masses and the Working-Class Intelligentsia477
The Split in the Russian Social-Democratic Duma Group480
The Left Narodniks on the Controversies Among the Marxists485
The Agrarian Question and the Present Situation in Russia (Notes of a Publicist)487
Two Methods of Controversy and Struggle492
Would-Be “Uniters”495
A Letter to S. G. Shahumyan499
“Cultural-National” Autonomy503
Coteries Abroad and Russian Liquidators508
The Cadet Maklakov and the Social-Democrat Petrovsky511
The Question of Bureau Decisions516
Working-Class Unity519
A Stubborn Defence of a Bad Case522
The Cadets and “The Right of Nations to Self-Determination”525
A Good Resolution and a Bad Speech528
The Nationality of Pupils in Russian Schools531
Strikes in Russia534
The National Programme of the RSDLP539
Kautsky's Unpardonable Error546
Once More on the Segregation of the Schools According to Nationality548
Mr. Gorsky and a Certain Latin Proverb551
The Marx-Engels Correspondence
  1. General Reiew