V. I. Lenin

Reply to F. Str\"om, a Spokesman of the Left-Wing Swedish Social-Democrats March 31 (April 13), 1917

Published: Politiken No. 86, April 15, 1957. Printed from the Politiken text. Translated from the Swedish.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1977, Moscow, Volume 41, page 396.2.
Translated: Yuri Sdobnikov
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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It is a downright invention to say that Frederik Str\"om, allegedly contrary to the wishes of the Russians, had prevented a representative of Socialdemokraten{1} from attending the conference. To Str\"om’s question, Lenin replied:

We have absolutely no trust in Mr. Branting. If you have trust in him, you are free to invite his representative.


{1} Socialdemokraten (Social-Democrat)—-organ of the Right, social-chauvinist wing of the Swedish Social-Democratic Party, led by K. H. Branting. p. 396

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