MARXIST INTERNET ARCHIVE |  V. I. Lenin

1905--

Good Demonstrations of Proletarians and Poor Arguments of Certain Intellectuals

Time to Call a Halt

The Fall of Port Arthur

Working-Class and Bourgeois Democracy

From Narodism to Marxism. Article One 

The St. Petersburg Strike

The Beginning of the Revolution in Russia

Revolutionary Days

A Brief Outline of the Split in the R.S.D.L.P.

A Militant Agreement for the Uprising

Plan of a Lecture on the Commune 

The Proletariat and the Peasantry

On the History of the Party Programme

On Our Agrarian Program

European Capital and the Autocracy

Social-Democracy and the Provisional Revolutionary Government

The Revolutionary-Democratic Dictatorship of the Proletariat and the Peasantry

The Agrarian Program of the Liberals

Marx on the American "General Redistribution"

The Constitutional Market-Place

The Third Congress of the R.S.D.L.P.

Political Sophisms

Report on the Third Congress of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party

How the Congress Was Constituted

The Third Congress

On the Provisional Revolutionary Government

Revolutionary Struggle and Liberal Brokerage

To the Jewish Workers

A New Revolutionary Workers' Association

The Democratic Tasks of the Revolutionary Proletariat

The First Steps of Bourgeois Betrayal

"Revolutionaries" in Kid Gloves

The Struggle of the Proletariat and the Servility of the Bourgeoisie

A Third Step Back

Three Constitutions or Three Systems Government

The Revolutionary Army and the Revolutionary Government

The Russian Tsar Seeks the Protection of the Turkish Sultan Against His People

The Bourgeoisie Bargains with the Autocracy, the Autocracy Bargains with the Bourgeoisie

Two Tactics of Social-Democracy in the Democratic Revolution (P)

The Boycott of the Bulygin Duma, and Insurrection

"Oneness of the Tsar and the People, and of the People and the Tsar"

The Black Hundreds and the Organisation of an Uprising 

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

Social-Democracy's Attitude Towards the Peasant Movement

What Our Liberal Bourgeois Want, and What They Fear

The Theory of Spontaneous Generation

Friends Meet

Argue About Tactics, But Give Clear Slogans!

Playing at Parliamentarianism

The Liberal Unions and Social-Democracy

The Zemstvo Congress

Socialism and the Peasantry

A Replete Bourgeoisie and a Craving Bourgeoisie

The Landlords on the Boycott of the Duma

Days of Bloodshed in Moscow

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 

The Lessons of the Moscow Events 

"The Struggle of the Proletariat"

The All-Russia Political Strike 

The First Results of the Political Alignment

The Hysterics of the Defeated

Petty-Bourgeois and Proletarian Socialism

Our Tasks and the Soviet of Workers' Deputies

The Reorganisation of the Party

The Proletariat and the Peasantry

Party Organisation and Party Literature

Socialism and Anarchism 

The Socialist Party and Non-Party Revolutionism

Socialism and Religion

1906--

The Workers' Party and Its Tasks in the Present Situation 

Should We Boycott the State Duma?

The State Duma and Social-Democratic Tactics

The Present Situation in Russia and the Tactics of the Workers' Party

The Russian Revolution and the Tasks of the Proletariat

A Tactical Platform for the Unity Congress of the R.S.D.L.P.

Revision of the Agrarian Program of the Workers' Party

The Victory of the Cadets and the Tasks of the Workers' Party 

The Unity Congress of the R.S.D.L.P.

Report on the Unity Congress of the R.S.D.L.P.

The Congress Summed Up

The Workers' Group in the State Duma

The Land Question in the Duma

Talk and Rumours About the Dissolution of the State Duma

Kautsky on the State Duma

Cadets, Trudoviks and the Workers' Party

How Comrade Plekhanov Argues About Social-Democratic Tactics 

The Dissolution of the Duma and the Tasks of the Proletariat 

The Boycott

The Political Crisis and the Bankruptcy of Opportunist Tactics 

Lessons of the Moscow Uprising 

Vacillating Tactics

Socialist-Revolutionary Mensheviks 

A New Coup d'État in Preparation 

Guerrilla Warfare

An Attempt at a Classification of the Political Parties of Russia

The Russian Radical Is Wise After the Event

Social-Democrats and Electoral Agreements 

Blocs with the Cadets 

Whom to Elect to the State Duma

The Crisis of Menshevism 

The Government's Falsification of the Duma and the Tasks of the Social-Democrats 

Preface to the Russian Translation of W. Liebknecht's Pamphlet: No Compromises, No Electoral Agreements 

Preface to the Russian Translation of K. Kautsky's Pamphlet: The Driving Forces and Prospects of the Russian Revolution 

The Attitude of the Bourgeois Parties and of the Workers' Party to the Duma Elections 

 

1907--

Plekhanov and Vasilyev 

The Workers' Party Election Campaign in St. Petersburg 

The Social-Democrats and the Duma Election 

"When You Hear the Judgement of a Fool. . . ." -- Notes of a Social-Democratic Publicist 

The St. Petersburg Elections and the Hypocrisy of the Thirty-One Mensheviks

How to Vote in the St. Petersburg Elections

The St. Petersburg Elections and the Crisis of Opportunism

The Elections in the Worker Curia in St. Petersburg 

The Struggle Between S.D.'s and S.R.'s in the Elections in the Worker Curia in St. Petersburg

Preface to the Russian Translation of Karl Marx's Letters to Dr. Kugelmann  

Tactics of the R.S.D.L.P. in the Election Campaign 

The Elections to the Duma and the Tactics of the Russian Social-Democrats 

Preface to the Russian Translation of Letters by Johannes Becker, Joseph Dietzen, Frederick Engels, Karl Marx, and Others to Friedrich Sorge and Others

Apropos of the Minutes of the November Military and Combat Conference of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party 

The Fifth Congress of the R.S.D.L.P.

The Attitude Towards Bourgeois Parties

Against Boycott. Notes of a Social-Democratic Publicist

In Memory of Count Heyden 

The International Socialist Congress in Stuttgart [a]  

The International Socialist Congress in Stuttgart [b]  

Preface to the Collection Twelve Years 

Preface to the Pamphlet by Voinov (A. V. Lunacharsky) on the Attitude of the Party Towards the Trade Unions  

But Who Are the Judges? 

The Agrarian Question and the "Critics of Marx" [cont. from 1901] (139k)

The Agrarian Programme of Social-Democracy in the First Russian Revolution, 1905-07 (605k)