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Two Tactics of Social-Democracy in the Democratic Revolution

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870-1924)

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1. 00: Preface
2. 01: An Urgent Political Question
3. 02: Provisional Revolutionary Government
4. 03: What Is A Decisive Victory of the Revolution Over Tsarism?
5. 04: The Abolition of the Monarchist System and the Republic
6. 05: How Should the Revolution Be Pushed Forward?
7. 06: From What Direction is the Proletariat Threatened With the Danger of Having Its Hands Ties In the Struggle Against the Inconsistent Bourgeoisie?
8. 07: The Tactics of Eliminating the Conservatives From the Government
9. 08: Osvobozhdeniye-ism and New Iskra-ism
10. 09: What Does Being a Party of Extreme Opposition in Time of Revolution Mean?
11. 10: Revolutionary Communes and the Revolutionary-Democratic Dictatorship of the Proletariat and the Peasantry
12. 11: A Cursory Comparison Between Several of the Resolutions of the Third Congress of the RSDLP and Those of the Conference
13. 12: Will the Sweep of the Democratic Revolution Be Diminished If the Bourgeoisie Recoils From It?
14. 13: Conclusion: Dare We Win?
15. 14: What Do the Bourgeois Liberal Realists Praise the Social-Democratic Realists For?
16. 15: Comrade Martynov Again Renders the Question More Profound
17. 16: The Vulgar Bourgeois Representation of the Dictatorship and Marx’s View of It

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Summary

In the heat of the failed 1905 revolution in Russia, Lenin here contrasts the precision of the Bolshevik political program and tactics with various inconsistent and servile factions within the Russian Social-Democratic Labor Party.