The Resource Lenin on politics and revolution; : selected writings., edited and introduced by James E. Connor

Lenin on politics and revolution; : selected writings., edited and introduced by James E. Connor

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Lenin on politics and revolution; : selected writings.
Title
Lenin on politics and revolution;
Title remainder
selected writings.
Statement of responsibility
edited and introduced by James E. Connor
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Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • rus
  • eng
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1870-1924
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Lenin, Vladimir Ilʹich
Index
no index present
LC call number
DK254.L3
LC item number
A254 1968a
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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Connor, James E.
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  • Revolution (Soviet Union : 1917-1921)
  • Soviet Union
  • Soviet Union
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Lenin on politics and revolution; : selected writings., edited and introduced by James E. Connor
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1 The years of waiting: 1902-1916 -- What is to be done? (1902): Burning questions of our movement: Dogmatism and freedom of criticsm ; The spontaneity of the social-democrats ; Trade-unionist politics and social-democratic politics ; The primitiveness of the economists and the organization of the revolutionaries -- Two tactics of social democracy in the democratic revolution (1905): An urgent political question ; What can we learn from the resolution of the third congress of the R.S.D.L.P. on a provisional revolutionary government? ; Whence Is the proletariat threatened with the danger of finding itself with its hands tied in the struggle against the inconsistent bourgeoisie? ; Revolutionary communes and the revolutionary -- democratic dictatorship of the proletariat and the peasantry -- Will the sweep of the democratic revolution be diminished of the bourgeoisie recoils from it? Conclusion. Dare we win?
  • Imperialism, the highest stage of capitalism (1916): A popular outline: Preface to the French and German editions ; Concentration of production and monopolies ; Banks and their new role ; Finance capital and the financial oligarchy ; Export of capital ; Division of the world among capitalist associations ; Divisions of the world among the great powers ; Imperialism, as a special stage of capitalism ; Parasitism and decay of capitalism ; The place of imperialism in history
  • 2. The year of revolution: 1917 -- Letters from Afar (March 1917): First letter: The first stage of the first revolution -- The tasks of the proletariat in the present revolution (April 1917): The April thesis -- The impending catastrophe and how to combat it (October 1917): Famine is approaching ; Complete government inactivity ; Control measures are known to all and easy to take ; Nationalization of the banks ; Nationalization of the syndicates ; Abolition of commercial secrecy ; Compulsory association ; Regulation of consumption ; Financial collapse and measures to combat it ; Can we go forwards if we fear to advance toward socialism? ; The struggle against economic chaos -- and the war ; The revolutionary democrats and the revolutionary proletariat -- State and revolution (August-September 1917): The Marxist theory of the state and the task of the proletariat in the revolution: Class society and the state ; State and revolution. The experience of 1841-1851 ; State and revolution. Experience of the Paris commune of 1871. Marx's analysis ; The economic basis of that withering away of the state ; The experience of the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917 -- Letter to the central committee members (October 24 [November 6], 1917) -- 3. Civil war and consolidation of power: 1918-1920
  • Speech to the extraordinary seventh congress of the Russian communist party (Bolsheviks), March 7, 1918: Political report of the central committee, March 7 -- The immediate tasks of the soviet government (April 1918): The international position of the Russian soviet Republic and the fundamental against the bourgeoisie ; The significance of the struggle fro country-wide accounting and control ; Raising the productivity of labor ; The organization of competition ; Harmonious organization and dictatorship ; The development -- Economics and politics in the era of dictatorship of the proletariat (October 1919) -- Left-wing communism, an infantile disorder (April-May 1920): In what sense can we speak of the international significance of the Russian revolution? ; On the fundamental conditions for the Bolsheviks' success ; In the struggle against what enemies within the working-class movement did Bolshevism grow up and become strong and steeled?
  • Left-wing communism in Germany. Leaders-party-class-masses -- Should revolutionaries work in reactionary trade unions? ; Should we participate in bourgeois parliaments ; No compromises? -- Preliminary draft of theses on the national and colonial questions: For the second congress of the communist international -- 4. The last years: 1921-1923 -- The tax in kind (June 1921): The significance of the new policy and its conditions: In lieu an introduction ; The contemporary economy of Russia. Excerpt from the 1918 pamphlet ; The tax in kind, free trade and concessions ; Political summary and deductions -- The importance of gold now and after the complete victory of socialism (November 1921) -- On cooperation (January 1923) -- Our revolution (January 1923): Apropos of N. Sukhanov's notes -- Better fewer, but better (March 1923)
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
375 pages
Lccn
68021041
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00053091
  • (OCoLC)ocm00053091
Label
Lenin on politics and revolution; : selected writings., edited and introduced by James E. Connor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1 The years of waiting: 1902-1916 -- What is to be done? (1902): Burning questions of our movement: Dogmatism and freedom of criticsm ; The spontaneity of the social-democrats ; Trade-unionist politics and social-democratic politics ; The primitiveness of the economists and the organization of the revolutionaries -- Two tactics of social democracy in the democratic revolution (1905): An urgent political question ; What can we learn from the resolution of the third congress of the R.S.D.L.P. on a provisional revolutionary government? ; Whence Is the proletariat threatened with the danger of finding itself with its hands tied in the struggle against the inconsistent bourgeoisie? ; Revolutionary communes and the revolutionary -- democratic dictatorship of the proletariat and the peasantry -- Will the sweep of the democratic revolution be diminished of the bourgeoisie recoils from it? Conclusion. Dare we win?
  • Imperialism, the highest stage of capitalism (1916): A popular outline: Preface to the French and German editions ; Concentration of production and monopolies ; Banks and their new role ; Finance capital and the financial oligarchy ; Export of capital ; Division of the world among capitalist associations ; Divisions of the world among the great powers ; Imperialism, as a special stage of capitalism ; Parasitism and decay of capitalism ; The place of imperialism in history
  • 2. The year of revolution: 1917 -- Letters from Afar (March 1917): First letter: The first stage of the first revolution -- The tasks of the proletariat in the present revolution (April 1917): The April thesis -- The impending catastrophe and how to combat it (October 1917): Famine is approaching ; Complete government inactivity ; Control measures are known to all and easy to take ; Nationalization of the banks ; Nationalization of the syndicates ; Abolition of commercial secrecy ; Compulsory association ; Regulation of consumption ; Financial collapse and measures to combat it ; Can we go forwards if we fear to advance toward socialism? ; The struggle against economic chaos -- and the war ; The revolutionary democrats and the revolutionary proletariat -- State and revolution (August-September 1917): The Marxist theory of the state and the task of the proletariat in the revolution: Class society and the state ; State and revolution. The experience of 1841-1851 ; State and revolution. Experience of the Paris commune of 1871. Marx's analysis ; The economic basis of that withering away of the state ; The experience of the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917 -- Letter to the central committee members (October 24 [November 6], 1917) -- 3. Civil war and consolidation of power: 1918-1920
  • Speech to the extraordinary seventh congress of the Russian communist party (Bolsheviks), March 7, 1918: Political report of the central committee, March 7 -- The immediate tasks of the soviet government (April 1918): The international position of the Russian soviet Republic and the fundamental against the bourgeoisie ; The significance of the struggle fro country-wide accounting and control ; Raising the productivity of labor ; The organization of competition ; Harmonious organization and dictatorship ; The development -- Economics and politics in the era of dictatorship of the proletariat (October 1919) -- Left-wing communism, an infantile disorder (April-May 1920): In what sense can we speak of the international significance of the Russian revolution? ; On the fundamental conditions for the Bolsheviks' success ; In the struggle against what enemies within the working-class movement did Bolshevism grow up and become strong and steeled?
  • Left-wing communism in Germany. Leaders-party-class-masses -- Should revolutionaries work in reactionary trade unions? ; Should we participate in bourgeois parliaments ; No compromises? -- Preliminary draft of theses on the national and colonial questions: For the second congress of the communist international -- 4. The last years: 1921-1923 -- The tax in kind (June 1921): The significance of the new policy and its conditions: In lieu an introduction ; The contemporary economy of Russia. Excerpt from the 1918 pamphlet ; The tax in kind, free trade and concessions ; Political summary and deductions -- The importance of gold now and after the complete victory of socialism (November 1921) -- On cooperation (January 1923) -- Our revolution (January 1923): Apropos of N. Sukhanov's notes -- Better fewer, but better (March 1923)
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
375 pages
Lccn
68021041
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00053091
  • (OCoLC)ocm00053091

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