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V. I. Lenin

GOLOS (VOICE ) OF THE LIQUIDATORS
AGAINST THE PARTY

Written on March 11 (24), 1910.
Published between March 12-16
(25-29) as a separate print from
the newspaper Sotsial-Demokrat
No. 12

Published according to the
text in Sotsial-Demokrat,
checked with the text of the
separate reprint
 

From V. I. Lenin, Collected Works, 4th English Edition,
Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1967

First published 1963
Second printing 1967

Vol. 16, pp. 156-64.

Translated from the Russian
Edited by Clemens Dutt


Prepared © for the Internet by David J. Romagnolo, djr@marx2mao.org (November 2001)



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NOTES

  [77] The article "Golos (Voice ) of the Liquidators Against the Party " was written by Lenin as an editorial for No. 12 of the newspaper Sotsial-Demokrat. The article was issued as a separate print in the second half of March and afterwards published in the newspaper Sotsial-Demokrat.    [p. 156]

  [78] Diskussionny Listok (Discussion Bulletin ) -- a supplement to Sotsial-Demokrat, the Central Organ of the R.S.D.L.P. It was published in Paris by a decision of the January (1910) plenum of the Central Committee of the R.S.D.L.P. from March 6 (19), 1910 to April 29 (May 12), 1911; three numbers were issued.    [p. 156]

  [79] Grigory -- G. Y. Zinoviev.    [p. 158]

  [80] Innokenty -- I. F. Dubrovinsky.    [p. 158]

  [81] The Letter of the Central Committee Bureau Abroad of the R.S.D.L.P. "To All Comrades Abroad" was published as a separate leaflet on March 3 (16), 1910.
    The Central Committee Bureau Abroad (C.C.B.A.) was set up by the plenum of the Central Committee of the R.S.D.L.P. in August 1908 as the general representative body of the Party abroad, subordinate and accountable to the Russian Bureau of the Central Committee. Shortly after the January plenum, a liquidationist majority developed among the members of the C.C.B.A., and the C.C.B.A. became a centre for mobilising anti-Party forces. The liquidationist tactics of the C.C.B.A. compelled the Leninist Bolsheviks to recall their representative from it in May 1911. A little later the representatives of the Polish and Lettish Social-Democrats were recalled. In January 1912 the C.C.B.A. dissolved itself.    [p. 161]

  [82] The reference is to the "Open Letter" advocating liquidationist views, signed by the Mensheviks: Avgustovsky -- S. O. Tsederbaum-Yezhov; Anton -- M. S. Makadzyub; Vadim -- V. K. Ikov;

 
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V. Petrova -- L. N. Radchenko; Georgy -- B. S. Tseitlin-Batusky; Georg -- V. O. Tsederbaum-Levitsky; Yevg. Ha-az -- V. A. Gutovsky-Mayevsky; Kramolnikov -- G. I. Prigorny; D. Koltsov -- B. A. Ginsburg; Nat. Mikhailova -- R. S. Galbershtadt; Roman -- K. M. Yermolayev; Romul -- M. L. Kheisin; Solomonov -- S. I. Portugeis; Cherevanin -- F. A. Lipkin; Yuri -- P. A. Bronshtein; Y. P-y -- Y. A. Piletsky.    [p. 161]

  [83] Mikhail -- the Menshevik liquidator I. A. Isuv.    [p. 162]

  [84] "One of the C.C. members operating in Russia " -- V. P. Nogin.    [p. 162]