Lenin Collected Works/Volume 9

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Two Tactics of Social-Democracy in the Democratic Revolution
  • Preface
  • 1. An Urgent Political Question
  • 2. What Can We Learn From the Resolution of the Third Congress of the RSDLP on a Provisional Revolutionary Government?
  • 3. What Is Meant by “The Revolution's Decisive Victory Over Tsarism”?
  • 4. The Abolition of the Monarch. The Republic
  • 5. How Should “The Revolution Be Advanced”?
  • 6. Whence is the Proletariat Threatened with the Danger of Finding Itself with Its Hands Tied in the Struggle Against the Inconsistent Bourgeoisie?
  • 7. The Tactics of “Eliminating the Conservatives From the Government”
  • 8. The Osvobozhdeniye and New-Iskra Trends
  • 9. What Is Meant by Being a Party of Extreme Opposition in Time of Revolution?
  • 10. “Revolutionary Communes” and the Revolutionary-Democratic Dictatorship of the Proletariat and the Peasantry
  • 11. A Cursory Comparison Between Several of the Resolutions of the Third Congress of the RSDLP and Those of the “Conference”
  • 12. Will the Sweep of the Democratic Revolution Be Diminished If the Bourgeoisie Recoils From It?
  • 13. Conclusion. Dare We Win?
  • Epilogue. Once Again the Osvobozhdeniye Trend, Once Again the New-Iskra Trend
    1. Why Do Bourgeois Liberal Realists Praise Social-Democratic “Realists'?
    2. Comrade Martynov Again Gives “Profundity” to the Question
    3. The Vulgar Bourgeois and the Marxist Views on Dictatorship
Concluding Paragraph to the Article “The Paris Commune and the Tasks of the Democratic Dictatorship”
To the Secretariat of the International Socialist Bureau, Brussels
Revolution Teaches
Wrathful Impotence
Original Variant of the Preface to the Pamphlet Workers on the Split in the Party
Preface to the Pamphlet Workers on the Split in the Party
While the Proletariat is Doing the Fighting the Bourgeoisie is Stealing Towards Power
The Boycott of the Bulygin Duma, and Insurrection
Note on a Resolution of the Conference of RSDLP Organisations Abroad
Note on M. N. Pokrovsky's Article “The Professional Intelligentsia and the Social-Democrats”
Reply from the Proletary Editorial Board to Questions Put by Comrade “Worker”
“Oneness of the Tsar and the People, and of the People and the Tsar”
The Black Hundreds and the Organisation of an Uprising
Editorial Epilogue to the Article “The Third Congress on Trial Before the Caucasian Mensheviks”
Are the Zemstvo “Liberals” Already Turning Back?
The Working Class and Revolution
Preface to the Third Edition of the Pamphlet The Tasks of the Russian Social-Democrats
Note on P. Nikolayev's Pamphlet The Revolution in Russia
In the Wake of the Monarchist Bourgeoisie, or In the Van of the Revolutionary Proletariat and Peasantry?
A Most Lucid Exposition of a Most Confused Plan
Keeping International Social-Democracy Informed of our Party Affairs
Note to the Article “Russia's Finances and the Revolution”
Social-Democracy's Attitude Towards the Peasant Movement
What Our Liberal Bourgeois Want, and What They Fear
The Theory of Spontaneous Generation
Letter to the International Socialist Bureau
Friends Meet
Argue About Tactics, But Give Clear Slogans!
  • What Is the Advice the Social-Democrats Are Giving the Proletariat with Reference to the State Duma?
Playing at Parliamentarianism
The Liberal Unions and Social-Democracy
From the Defensive to the Offensive
On the Current Moment
From the Editorial Board of the Central Organ of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party
The Jena Congress of the German Social-Democratic Workers' Party
No Falsehood! Our Strength Lies in Stating the Truth! Letter to the Editorial Board
On the So-Called Armenian Social-Democratic Workers' Organisation
The Zemstvo Congress
Socialism and the Peasantry
A Replete Bourgeoisie and a Craving Bourgeoisie
The Landlords on the Boycott of the Duma
On the Question of Party Unity
An Irate Reply
A New Menshevik Conference
Representation of the RSDLP in the International Socialist Bureau
Talks With Our Readers
Days of Bloodshed in Moscow
The Bourgeoisie Awakened from its Slumber
  • Subject for an Article
  • To the Combat Committee of the St. Petersburg Committee
    The Political Strike and the Street Fighting in Moscow
    The Latest in Iskra Tactics, or Mock Elections as a New Incentive to an Uprising
    Note to M. Borisov's Article “On the Trade Union Movement and the Tasks of Social-Democracy”
    On the Death of Trubetskoi
    The Lessons of the Moscow Events
    “The Struggle of the Proletariat”
    The Youth Abroad and the Russian Revolution
    A Letter to the International Socialist Bureau
    The All-Russia Political Strike
    The First Results of the Political Alignment
    The Hysterics of the Defeated
    Revolutionary Riga's Ultimatum
    The Plans of a Buffoon-Minister
    The Aggravation of the Situation in Russia
    Notes on “The British Labour Movement and the Trade Union Congress”
    An Equilibrium of Forces
    A Social-Democratic Sweetheart
    On P. B. Axelrod's Pamphlet The People's Duma and a Workers' Congress. Analysis of the Pamphlet
    Tasks of Revolutionary Army Contingents
    What the Liberals Expect of the Duma
    The First Victory of the Revolution
    The Latest News
    Nikolai Ernestovich Bauman
    Petty-Bourgeois and Proletarian Socialism
    The Denouement is At Hand
    Inserts to V. Kalinin's Article “The Peasant Congress”
    Between Two Battles