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V. I. Lenin

GUERRILLA WARFARE

Proletary, No. 5
September 30, 1906

Published according to
the Proletary text

From V. I. Lenin, Collected Works, 4th English Edition,
Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1965

Second Impression

Vol. 11, pp. 213-23.

Translated from the Russian
Edited by Clemens Dutt


Prepared © for the Internet by David J. Romagnolo, djr@cruzio.com (November 1997)

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      [110] Bezzaglavtsi -- a semi-Cadet, semi-Menshevik group of the Russian bourgeois intelligentsia (S. N. Prokopovich, Y. D. Kuskova, V. Y. Bogucharsky, V. V. Portugalov, V. V. Khizhnyakov, and others), formed in the period of the incipient decline of the 1905-07 revolution. The group derived its name from the political weekly magazine Bez Zaglavia (Without a Title ) published in St. Petersburg in January-May 1906 under the editorship of Prokopovich; later the Bezzaglavtsi were grouped around the Left-Cadet newspaper Tovarishch (Comrade ). Under cover of their formal non-partisanship, the Bezzaglavtsi propagated the ideas of bourgeois liberalism and opportunism and supported the revisionists of Russian and international Social-Democracy.    [p.214]



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