Lenin, Vladimir Ilʹich, 1870-1924.
Two tactics of social-democracy in the democratic revolution.
New York, International Publishers [©1935]
Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin
|描述：||127 pages 22 cm.|
|内容：||"An urgent political question --
What does the resolution of theThird Congress of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party of the provisional revolutionary government teach us? --
What is a "decisive victory of the revolution over tsarism"? --
The liquidation of the monarchist system and the republic --
How should "the revolution be pushed forward"? --
Whence the danger of the proletariat having its hands tied in the struggle against the inconsistent bourgeoisie --
The tactics of "eliminating the conservatives from the government" --
The tendencies of the Osvobozhdeniye and the new Iskra --
What does being a party of extreme opposition in time of revolution mean? --
The "revolutionary communes" and the revolutionary-democratic dictatorship of the proletariat and the peasantry --
A cursory comparison between certain resolutions passed by the Third Congress of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party and those passed by the "conference" --
Will the sweep of the democratic revolution be diminished if the bourgeoisie deserts? --
Conclusion. Dare we win? --
Postscript: Once more about the Osvobozhdeniye and the new Iskra trends --
Why do the bourgeois-liberal realists praise the social-democratic "realists"? --
Comrade Martynov once more "deepens" the question --
The vulgar bourgeois representation of dictatorship and Marx's views on dictatorship.
|丛书名：||Marxist library, v. 10.|
|其他题名：||Dve taktiki sot︠s︡ial-demokratii v demokraticheskoĭ revoli︠u︡t︠i︡i|
|责任：||by V.I. Lenin.|
"Written in June and July, 1905, Lenin here set forth his basic views on the bourgeois revolution in Russia, on which serious differences had developed with the Mensheviks. The revolution was then in progress, and Lenin felt the need for a clear understanding of the character and driving forces of that revolution, the role of the working class in it, the revolutionary prospects, and the tactics arising from the analysis. Here is developed in full the concept of the revolutionary-democratic government of the proletariat and the peasantry and the path of transition from the bourgeois-democratic to the socialist revolution. The views elucidated in this work were followed by the Bolsheviks in the Russian Revolution of 1905-1907, which Lenin later called the "dress rehearsal" for the Revolution of 1917. To help the reader understand Lenin's numerous references to the events and personages of the time and his historical comparisons, explanatory notes have been supplied by the editors"--Back cover.