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V. I. Lenin

VULGAR SOCIALISM AND NARODISM
AS RESURRECTED
BY THE SOCIALIST-REVOLUTIONARIES

 

Iskra, No. 27, November 1, 1902
 

Published according  
to the Iskra text  

From V. I. Lenin, Collected Works, 4th English Edition,
Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1964

Second Impression 1964

Vol. 6, pp. 263-70.

Translated from the Russian
Edited by Clemens Dutt and Julius Katzer


Prepared © for the Internet by David J. Romagnolo,
djr@marx2mao.org
 (February 2002)


NOTES

  [96] Rabochaya Mysl (Workers' Thought ) -- a newspaper, the most consistent organ of the "economists," which was published from October 1897, to December 1902. Sixteen numbers were issued. The first two numbers were mimeographed in St. Petersburg; Nos. 3-11 were issued abroad, in Berlin; printing of Nos. 12, 13, 14, and 15 was effected in Warsaw; the last, No. 16, was issued abroad. The newspaper was edited by K. M. Takhtarev and others.
    Lenin criticised the views of Rabochaya Mysl as a Russian variety of international opportunism in his article, "A Retrograde Trend in Russian Social-Democracy" (see present edition, Vol. 4, pp. 255-85), in articles published in Iskra, and in the book, What Is to Be Done?    [p. 269]

  [97] Lenin gives a detailed assessment of the Borba group in his article, "On the Borba Group" (see p. 160 of this volume).    [p. 269]