V. I.   Lenin

The Social-Democrats and the Duma Elections[1]

Written: Written January 13-14 (26-27), 1907
Published: Published in pamphlet form in January 1907, by Nova Duma Publishers. Published according to the pamphlet text.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1965, Moscow, Volume 11, pages 431-455.
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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The Social-Democrats and the Elections in St. Petersburg  433
I. The Conditions Under Which the Social-Democratic Conference was Convened, and Its Composition  433
II. The Question of Dividing the Conference  441
III. What is the Significance of the Menshevik Walk-Out at the Conference?  444
IV. The Political Parties and the Forthcoming Elections in St. Petersburg  450
Postscript  453



[1] The pamphlet The Social-Democrats and the Duma Elections was printed in January 1907 by the Novaya Duma Publishers in St. Petersburg at the print-shop of the Dyelo association, which simultaneously printed Lenin’s pamphlet “When You Hear the Judgement of a Fool....” (From the Notes of a Social-Democratic Publicist). In 1912 both pamphlets were prohibited by the government.

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