Lenin, Vladimir Ilʹich, 1870-1924.
International publishers c1940
Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin
|语言注释：||Translated from the Russian.|
|描述：||95 pages ; 20 cm.|
|内容：||In what sense can we speak of the international significance of the Russian revolution? --
One of the fundamental conditions for the success of the Bolsheviks --
The principal stages in the history of bolshevism --
In the struggle against what enemies within the working class movement did bolshevism grow, gain strength and become steeled? --
"Left-wing" communism in Germany : leaders --
Should revolutionaries work in reactionary trade unions? --
Should we participate in bourgeois parliaments? --
No compromises? --
"Left-wing" communism in Great Britain --
|丛书名：||Little Lenin library, v. 20.|
|其他题名：||Marxian strategy and tactics.
Detskai︠a︡ bolezn ́"levizny" v kommunizme.
|责任：||by V.I. Lenin.|
"Left-Wing" Communism: An Infantile Disorder is a work by Vladimir Lenin attacking assorted critics of the Bolsheviks who claimed positions to their left. Most of these critics were proponents of ideologies later described as left communism. The book was written in 1920 and published in Russian, German, English and French later in the year. […] Lenin points out that the Russian Revolution has considerable international significance, and criticises the leaders of the Second International, including Karl Kautsky, for failing to appreciate this. […] Lenin asserts that in a war against the bourgeoisie, "iron discipline" is an "essential condition". He then describes the circumstances which led the Bolsheviks to this conclusion in their success at taking state power in Russia. -- Fron Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%22Left-Wing%22_Communism:_An_Infantile_Disorder (Feb. 25, 2016).