Outline of Tactical Differences Between Bolsheviks and Mensheviks Over the Attitude to the Bulygin Duma

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Author(s) Lenin
Written 11 August 1905

Written between August 11 and 23 (August 24 and September 5), 1905
Published: First published in 1926 in Lenin Miscellany V. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1977, Moscow, Volume 41, pages 172.2-173.1.

[BOX ENDS:] [[ Intensified agitation over the law on the Duma. ]][1] {{ 2) Support for the Left wing of bourgeois democracy proposing to boycott the Duma. 3) Intensified agitation against the Duma over the elections and during them. 4) The central slogans of agitation: armed uprising revolutionary army provisional revolutionary government (6 points). [BOX ENDS:] [[ 1) Idem ]][2] {{ 2) None. 3) Intensified agitation not so much against the Duma as for the election of more resolute men. 4) Agitation slogans: constituent assembly people’s agitation committees illegal representation revolutionary self-government.

  1. The text in square brackets is crossed out in the MS.—Ed.
  2. [DUPLICATE "*"] The text in square brackets is crossed out in the MS.—Ed.