Vladimir Lenin

The Proletarian Revolution

and the

Renegade Kautsky

Written: October—November, 1918.
First Published 1918 in pamphlet form by Kommunist Publishers, Moscow. Published according to the pamphlet checked with the manuscript.
Source: Lenin’s Collected Works, Progress Publishers, Moscow, Volume 28, 1974, pages 227-325
Translated (and edited): Jim Riordan
Transcription/HTML Markup: David Walters & Robert Cymbala
Online Version: V. I. Lenin Internet Archive, 2002
Second proofreading: Steve Iverson, 2014

Table of Contents

      Preface. Preface
      How Kautsky Turned Marx Into a Common Liberal
      Bourgeois and Proletarian Democracy
      Can There Be Equality Between the Exploited and the Exploiter?
      The Soviets Dare Not Become State Organisations
      The Constituent Assembly and the Soviet Republic
      The Soviet Constitution
      What is Internationalism?
      Subservience to the Bourgeoisie in the Guise of "Economic Analysis"
      Appendix I. Theses on the Constituent Assembly[41]
      Appendix II. Vandervelde's New Book on the State



[41] For “Theses on the Constituent Assembly” see Lenin’s Collected Works, Vol. 26, pp. 379-83.