Lenin Collected Works/Volume 5

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1901

Where to Begin?
Another Massacre
The Persecutors of the Zemstvo and the Hannibals of Liberalism
A Valuable Admission
The Lessons of the Crisis
The Serf-Owners at Work
A Zemstvo Congress
The Agrarian Question and the “Critics of Marx”
  • I. The “Law” of Diminishing Returns
  • II. The Theory of Rent
  • III. Machinery in Agriculture
  • IV. The Abolition of the Antithesis Between Town and Country. Particular Questions Raised by the “Critics”
  • V. "The Prosperity of Advanced, Modern Small Farms” The Baden Example
  • VI. The Productivity of a Small and a Big Farm. An Example from East Prussia
  • VII. The Inquiry into Peasant Farming in Baden
  • VIII. General Statistics of German Agriculture for 1882 and 1895. The Question of the Medium Farms
  • IX. Dairy Farming and Agricultural Co-operative Societies in Germany. The Agricultural Population in Germany Divided According to Its Position in the Economy
The “Unity” Conference of RSDLP Organisations Abroad
September 21-22 (October 4-5), 1901
  • 1. Speech Delivered On September 21 (October 4). (Note From The Minutes)
  • 2. Questions Submitted to the Union of Russian Social-Democrats Abroad at the "Unity" Conference, September 21 (October 4), 1901
Fighting the Famine-Stricken
A Reply to the St. Petersburg Committee
Party Affairs Abroad
Penal Servitude Regulations and Penal Servitude Sentences
Review of Home Affairs
  • I. Famine.
  • II. Attitude Towards the Crisis and the Famine.
  • III. The Third Element.
  • IV. Two Speeches by Marshals of the Nobility.
Preface to the Pamphlet Documents of the “Unity” Conference
The Protest of the Finnish People
The Journal Svoboda
A Talk With Defenders of Economism
On the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Revolutionary Activity of G. V. Plekhanov
Demonstrations Have Begun
On a Letter from “Southern Workers”
Anarchism and Socialism (1901)

1902

Concerning the State Budget
Political Agitation and “The Class Point of View”
Reply to “A Reader”
What Is To Be Done?
Burning Questions of Our Movement.