THE STRUGGLE FOR THE CREATION OF A SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY IN
4. Lenin’s Struggle Against Narodism and “Legal Marxism.” Lenin’s Idea
of an Alliance of the Working Class and the Peasantry. First Congress of
the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party
FORMATION OF THE RUSSIAN SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY. APPEARANCE OF
THE BOLSHEVIK AND THE MENSHEVIK GROUPS WITHIN THE PARTY(1901 - 1904)
Activities of the Menshevik Leaders
and Sharpening of the Struggle
Within the Party After the Second Congress. Opportunism of the
Menshevik. Lenin’s Book, One Step Forward, Two Steps Back.
Organizational Principles of the Marxist Party
THE MENSHEVIKS AND THE BOLSHEVIKS IN THE PERIOD OF THE RUSSO-JAPANESE
WAR AND THE FIRST RUSSIAN REVOLUTION(1904 - 1907)
. Further Rise of the Revolutionary Movement in Russia. Strikes
in St. Petersburg. Workers’ Demonstration Before the Winter Palace on
January 9, 1905. Demonstration Fired Upon. Outbreak of the Revolution
Rise of the Revolution
. All-Russian Political Strike of October
1905. Retreat of Tsardom. The Tsar’s Manifesto. Rise of the Soviets of
Defeat of the Uprising. Retreat of the Revolution.
First State Duma. Fourth (Unity) Party Congress
of the First State Duma.
Convocation of the Second State Duma. Fifth
Party Congress. Dispersion of the Second State Duma. Causes of the
Defeat of the First Russian Revolution
THE MENSHEVIKS AND THE BOLSHEVIKS IN THE PERIOD OF THE STOLYPIN
REACTION. THE BOLSHEVIKS CONSTITUTE THEMSELVES AN INDEPENDENT MARXIST
PARTY(1908 - 1912)
Disintegration Among the Oppositional Intelligentsia.
Decadence. Desertion of a Section of the Party Intelligentsia to the
Enemies of Marxism and Attempts to Revise the Theory of Marxism. Lenin’s
Rebutal of the Revisionists in His Materialism and Empirio-Criticism and
His Defence of the Theoretical Foundations of the Marxist Party
5. Prague Party Conference, 1912. Bolsheviks Constitute Themselves an
Independent Marxist Party
THE BOLSHEVIK PARTY DURING THE NEW RISE OF THE WORKING-CLASS MOVEMENT
BEFORE THE FIRST IMPERIALIST WAR(1912 - 1914)
THE BOLSHEVIK PARTY IN THE PERIOD OF THE IMPERIALIST WAR. THE SECOND
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA(1914 - March 1917)
5. The February Revolution. Fall of Tsardom. Formation of Soviets of
Workers’ and Soldiers’ Deputies. Formation of the Provisional
Government. Dual Power
THE BOLSHEVIK PARTY IN THE PERIOD OF PREPARATION AND REALIZATION OF THE
OCTOBER SOCIALIST REVOLUTION(April 1917 - 1918)
Uprising in Petrograd
and Arrest of the Provisional Government.
Second Congress of Soviets and Formation of the Soviet Government.
Decrees of the Second Congress of Soviets on Peace and Land. Victory of
the Socialist Revolution. Reasons for the Victory of the Socialist
THE BOLSHEVIK PARTY IN THE PERIOD OF FOREIGN MILITARY INTERVENTION AND
CIVIL WAR(1918 - 1920)
Blockade of the Soviet Country. Kolchak’s Campaign
and Defeat. Denikin’s Campaign and Defeat. A Three-Months’ Respite.
Ninth Party Congress
THE BOLSHEVIK PARTY IN THE PERIOD OF TRANSITION TO THE PEACEFUL WORK OF
ECONOMIC RESTORATION(1921 - 1925)
THE BOLSHEVIK PARTY IN THE STRUGGLE FOR THE SOCIALIST INDUSTRIALIZATION
OF THE COUNTRY(1926 - 1929)
of Socialist Industrialization
. Agriculture Lags. Fifteenth Party
Congress. Policy of Collectivization in Agriculture. Rout of the Bloc of
Trotskyites and Zinovievites. Political Duplicity
Against the Kulaks
. The Bukharin-Rykov Anti-Party Group. Adoption of
the First Five-Year Plan. Socialist Emulation. Beginning of the Mass
THE BOLSHEVIK PARTY IN THE STRUGGLE FOR THE COLLECTIVIZATION OF
AGRICULTURE(1930 - 1934)
of Reconstructing All Branches of the National Economy.
of Technique. Further Spread of the Collective-Farm Movement. Political
Departments of the Machine and Tractor Stations. Results of the
Fulfilment of the Five-Year Plan in Four Years. Victory of Socialism
Along the Whole Front. Seventeenth Party Congress
THE BOLSHEVIK PARTY IN THE STRUGGLE TO COMPLETE THE BUILDING OF THE
SOCIALIST SOCIETY. INTRODUCTION OF THE NEW CONSTITUTION (1935 - 1937)
Situation in 1935-37.
Temporary Mitigation of the Economic Crisis.
Beginning of a New Economic Crisis. Seizure of Ethiopia by Italy. German
and Italian Intervention in Spain. Japanese Invasion of Central China.
Beginning of the Second Imperialist War
Progress of Industry and Agriculture in the U.S.S.R
Five-Year Plan Fulfilled Ahead of Time. Reconstruction of Agriculture
and Completion of Collectivization. Importance of Cadres. Stakhanov
Movement. Rising Standard of Welfare. Rising Cultural Standard. Strength
of the Soviet Revolution
4. Liquidation of the Remnants of the Bukharin-Trotsky Gang of Spies,
Wreckers and Traitors to the Country. Preparations for the Election of
the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R. Broad Inner-Party Democracy as the
Party’s Course. Election of the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R.