First published in 1926 in the collection The Emancipation of Labour Group No. 4.
Sent from Munich to Geneva.
Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, , Moscow, Volume 43, page 68.
Translated: Martin Parker and Bernard Isaacs
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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Dear G. V.,
I have just made the inserts you wanted in your article against Bernstein, and also broken it up into sections. I am very much afraid that the division is not too successful (and the same applies to the insertion of the note about Kautsky). But you can easily correct this in the proofs.
I also wish to draw your attention to my insertions on p. 77 of the manuscript (reverse side) and (on p. 78) in place of the deletion. Perhaps all this should be smoothed out in general.
Your article against Bernstein is already being set up. We shall send you the manuscript together with the proofs so that you can see the insertions I made.
I am enclosing a letter for Rachinsky.
Nothing has been heard from you for quite some time. Are you well? Are you planning to visit Pavel Borisovich, and when?
I am working rather hard on my “agrarian” article, which is growing terribly long.
All the best,
 See “The Agrarian Question and the ‘Critics of Marx’” (present edition, Vol. 5, pp. 103–222).—Ed.