Letter to Grigori Alexinsky, February 3, 1908
|Written||3 February 1908|
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1971, Moscow, Volume 36, page 159
February 3, 1908
Well, that’s what I call a “good” turn! Giving the address and connections to the Menshevik Mandelberg. That was really naïve. On no account let Mandelberg come anywhere near us; but now that you have committed this piece of stupidity, get the address back from him and cheat him.
We wrote to you yesterday about Proletary. There is a tremendous and inevitable sharpening of the factional struggle everywhere. Details when we meet.