Written: Written in the Swiss mountains, sent to Geneva
Published: First published in 1930. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1974, Moscow, Volume 34, page 253.
Translated: Clemens Dutt
Transcription\Markup: D. Moros
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September 2, 1904
Please let me know whether you intend to reply to my protest in connection with the decision allegedly adopted by a majority of the Central Committee.
At what “preceding regular meeting of the C.C.” did Comrade Osipov announce his resignation?
When exactly and by whom were the C.C. members who were absent when Osipov made this statement informed about this?
Did Comrade Valentin report to the Central Committee about his (Valentin’s) dispute with Comrade Vasiliev in connection with the supposed resignation of Comrade Osipov?
When and to whom did Comrade Travinsky formally announce his resignation? Please let me have a copy of this announcement and all the details. Perhaps someone has already written to me about this, but the letter has gone astray?
Until the lawfulness (of the composition of the C.C. and its decision of. . . July) has been “verified” by all members of the C.C., I do not regard either Comrade Glebov or myself entitled to represent the C.C. in the Party Council.