Letter to Georgi Plekhanov, April 10, 1903

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Author(s) Lenin
Written 10 April 1903

First published in 1925 in Lenin Miscellany IV. Sent from London to Geneva. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1977, Moscow, Volume 43, page 112b.

10/IV. 03

Dear G. V.,

I have been unwell again these days and that is why I did not answer you. The Breshkovskaya item received, but too late to go in the current issue. It will go in the next.

Are you writing about collective liability? (I have asked that S.-Peterburgskiye Vedomosti[1] be sent to you.) It would be a good thing to have an article on the subject for the next issue. The visitor has left. I do not know whether it will be possible to settle the affair. At any rate I got him to agree to mediation by the O. C.

Best regards,


P.S. You don’t say anything about my pamphlet.[2] Please send it to the printers as soon as possible: it is most important not to hold it up. It can be read later in the proofs, if anyone else is interested, not in the manuscript.

  1. S.-Peterburgskiye Vedomosti. (St. Petersburg Recorder)—a newspaper founded in St. Petersburg in 1728 as the successor to the first Russian newspaper Vedomosti founded in 1703. Ceased publication at the end of 1917.
  2. To the Rural Poor (see present edition, Vol. 6, pp. 361–432).—Ed.