Lenin Collected Works/Volume 25

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June - September 1917

First All-Russia Congress of Soviets of Workers' and Soldiers' Deputies15
Economic Dislocation and the Proletariat’s Struggle Against It43
The Thousand and First Lie of the Capitalists46
The Diehards of June 3 Favour an Immediate Offensive48
An Alliance to Stop the Revolution51
Is There a Way to a Just Peace?55
The Enemies of the People57
“The Great Withdrawal”60
The Use of Sticking to the Point in Polemics63
An Epidemic of Credulity65
A Bird in the Hand or Two in the Bush67
Introduction of Socialism or Exposure of Plunder of the State?68
Confused and Frightened70
“Rumours Agitating the Population”75
A Riddle76
Draft Statement by the CC RSDLP(b) and the Bureau of the Bolshevik Group to the All-Russia Congress of Soviets Regarding the Ban on the Demonstration77
Speech on the Cancellation of the Demonstration, Delivered at a Meeting of the Petrograd Committee of the RSDLP(b), June 11 (24), 191779
The Turning-Point82
Letter to the Editor84
The Foreign Policy of the Russian Revolution85
A Contradictory Stand88
The Ukraine91
The Class Origins of Present-Day and “Future” Cavaignacs93
How to Fight Counter-Revolution97
The Ukraine and the Defeat of the Ruling Parties of Russia99
Prosecute Rodzyanko and Junkovsky for Concealing an Agent Provocateur!103
Strange Misquotations104
Ruling and Responsible Parties105
Another Commission108
The Eighteenth of June110
The Revolution, the Offensive, and Our Party113
In What Way Do You Socialist-Revolutionary and Menshevik Gentlemen Differ From Plekhanov?116
How Rodzyanko is Trying to Justify Himself117
To What State Have the Socialist-Revolutionaries and the Mensheviks Brought the Revolution?118
Can “Jacobinism” Frighten the Working Class?121
The Need for an Agricultural Labourers' Union in Russia123
A Disorderly Revolution128
A Class Shift131
Miracles of Revolutionary Energy134
Phrases and Facts137
How the Capitalists Conceal Their Profits. Concerning the Issue of Control140
Crisis Is Approaching, Dislocation Is Increasing142
Just How Is It To Be Done?145
How and Why the Peasants Were Deceived148
Who Is Responsible?151
What Could the Cadets Have Counted On When They Withdrew from the Cabinet?153
All Power to the Soviets!155
Where Is State Power and Where Is Counter-Revolution?157
Foul Slander by Ultra-Reactionary Newspapers and Alexinsky162
Slander and Facts163
Close to the Truth165
A New Dreyfus Case?166
Appeal of the Executive Commission of the Petrograd Committee of the RSDLP(b).167
In Refutation of Sinister Rumours170
Three Crises171
The Question of the Bolshevik Leaders Appearing in Court176
The Political Situation (Four Theses)
Letter to the Editors of Novaya Zhizn181
Letter to the Editors of Proletarskoye Dyelo183
On Slogans185
Our Thanks to Prince G. Y. Lvov193
Constitutional Illusions196
An Answer211
The Beginning of Bonapartism223
Lessons of the Revolution227
Kamenev’s Speech in the CEC on the Stockholm Conference244
Rumours of a Conspiracy247
They Do Not See the Wood for the Trees255
Political Blackmail261
Paper Resolutions265
The Stockholm Conference269
From a Publicist’s Diary (Peasants and Workers)278
To the Central Committee of the RSDLP289
From a Publicist’s Diary294
Concerning the Party Programme305
On Zimmerwald307
Violations of Democracy in Mass Organisations308
On Compromises309
Draft Resolution on the Present Political Situation315
The Impending Catastrophe and How to Combat It323
One of the Fundamental Questions of the Revolution370
How to Guarantee the Success of the Constituent Assembly On Freedom of the Press378
The State and Revolution 381