Russian Revolution

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A Class ShiftLeninJul 1917
A Concert for HerriotLeon TrotskyMar 1934
A Contradictory StandLeninJun 1917
A Contribution To The History Of The Question Of The DictatorshipLeninOct 1920
A Disorderly RevolutionLeninJul 1917
A Great Beginning Heroism Of The Workers In The RearLeninJun 1919
A Militant Agreement for the UprisingLeninFeb 1905
A Militant Agreement for the Uprising and the Formation of a Combat CommitteeLeninFeb 1905
A Most Lucid Exposition of a Most Confused PlanLeninAug 1905
A New UpswingLeninMay 1906
A Painful But Necessary LessonLeninFeb 1918
A Partnership of LiesLeninApr 1917
A Question of PrincipleLeninMay 1917
A Revolution of the 1789 or the 1848 Type?LeninMar 1905
A RiddleLeninJun 1917
A Serious Lesson And A Serious ResponsibilityLeninMar 1918
A Shameless Lie of the CapitalistsLeninApr 1917
A Strangled Revolution and Its StranglersLeon TrotskyJun 1931
A Strong Revolutionary GovernmentLeninMay 1917
A Tactical Platform for the Unity Congress of the RSDLPLeninMar 1906
A Third Step BackLeninJun 1905
A Venerable SmerdyakovLeon TrotskyNov 1935
A “Voluntary Agreement” Between Landowners and Peasants?LeninApr 1917
Afterword to the Theses on the question of the immediate conclusion of a separate and annexationist peaceLeninJan 1918
All Power to the Soviets!LeninJul 1917
Alliance Between the Workers and Exploited PeasantsLeninDec 1917
Already the “New” Government is Lagging Behind Even the Peasant Mass, Leave Alone the Revolutionary WorkersLeninMay 1917
An Alliance to Stop the RevolutionLeninJun 1917
An AnswerLeninAug 1917
An Equilibrium of ForcesLeninOct 1905
An Unfortunate DocumentLeninMay 1917
Another CommissionLeninJul 1917
Are the Zemstvo “Liberals” Already Turning Back?LeninAug 1905
Argue About Tactics, But Give Clear Slogans!LeninSep 1905
At the Uttermost LimitLeninNov 1915
Between Red and WhiteLeon TrotskyFeb 1922
Between Two Battles (1905)LeninNov 1905
BlancismLeninApr 1917
Breaking Up the Constituent AssemblyLeon TrotskyJan 1925
Can the Bolsheviks Retain State Power?LeninOct 1917
Can “Jacobinism” Frighten the Working Class?LeninJul 1917
Capitalist Mockery of the PeopleLeninMay 1917
China and the Russian RevolutionLeon TrotskyJul 1940
Churchill as Biographer and HistorianLeon TrotskyMar 1929
Close to the TruthLeninJul 1917
Combating Economic Chaos By a Spate of CommissionsLeninMay 1917
Concerning the Decree on Revolutionary TribunalsLeninMar 1918
Constitutional IllusionsLeninAug 1917
Contribution Toward a Discussion on the Basic Theoretical Conceptions of the International Communist LeagueLeon TrotskyDec 1933
Counter-Revolution Takes the OffensiveLeninMay 1917
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