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V. I. Lenin

HOW VERA ZASULICH DEMOLISHES
LIQUIDATIONISM

Prosveshcheniye No. 9,
September 1913
Signed: V. Ilyin

Published according to
the Prosveshcheniye text
 

From V. I. Lenin, Collected Works, 4th English Edition,
Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1968

First printing 1963
Second printing 1968

Vol. 19, pp. 394-416.

Translated from the Russian by George Hanna
Edited by Robert Daglish


Prepared © for the Internet by David J. Romagnolo, djr@marx2mao.org (September 1998)

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    NOTES

      [115] This description of the evolution of tsarism in the period of the Stolypin reaction is quoted from a resolution of the Fifth (All-Russian) Conference of the R.S.D.L.P., held in 1908.    [p. 401]

      [116] The Brest (Tenth) Congress of the French Socialist Party -- was held in the town of Brest, March 23-25, 1913.    [p. 406]

      [117] This refers to the Fourth Congress of Commercial and Industrial Employees held in Moscow, June 29-July 3 (July 12, 1913. The Congress was attended by 378 delegates. The Bolsheviks, who were supported by almost half the delegates, also had the support of the Left Narodnik section of the Congress, which gave them the majority. The liquidators were represented by an insignificant group. Detailed reports of the Congress were published in Pravda. The Congress was closed by order of the Minister of the Interior.    [p. 410]

      [118] Lenin is here quoting, with some words changed, from Nekrasov's poem "A Man of the Forties":

    But at times avoids an issue,
       That is urgent, that alarms. . . .

       [p. 413]