V. I.   Lenin

Martov’s and Cherevanin’s Pronouncements in the Bourgeois Press[1]

Telling How Certain Social-Democrats Resort to Bourgeois, Cadet Newspapers, Like Tovarishch, and, Through Tovarishch, to the Novy Put,[2] in Order to Spread False Reports About Revolutionary Social-Democracy. Refutation. Estimation. Conclusions.

Written: Written October 1906
Published: Published in pamphlet form in October 1906 by Proletarskoye Dyelo Publishers. Published according to the pamphlet text.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1965, Moscow, Volume 11, pages 257-263.
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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Lies Spread by L. Martov Through the Columns of the Bourgeois Press  257
Martov and Cherevanin  260
Social-Democrats and Bourgeois Newspapers  262



[1] The pamphlet Martov’s and Cherevanin’s Pronouncements in the Bourgeois Press was published in St. Petersburg in October 1906. In 1912, the Press Committee banned the pamphlet and the St. Petersburg Court of Justice decreed that it should be destroyed; by that time the pamphlet was already out of print.

[2] Novy Put (New Path)—a daily newspaper of a Left-Cadet trend published in Moscow from August to November 1906.

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