Written: Written on June 12, 1921
Published: First published in 1932 in Lenin Miscellany XX. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1976, Moscow, Volume 45, page 186b.
Translated: Yuri Sdobnikov
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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This business of a draft C.P.C. decision on collective supply (of food to enterprises) in connection with the closure of inessential establishments and concentration of production at the major enterprises has been pickled.
Larin and Holtzmann (All-Russia Central T.U.C.) tabled the draft in the Politbureau. On 10/V, the Politbureau resolved: redraft and introduce in the C.P.C.
There was also a resolution by the trade union congress.
Yet, it’s been pickled!
Phone Larin and,the All-Russia Central T.U.C., take the text of the Politbureau resolution of 10/V, and speed up the business to the utmost. I fear that it has been hushed up because of the change of the All-Russia Central T.U.C.
It must be moved forward at a faster rate.
Be sure to phone me the results of your efforts and reconnoiterings tomorrow, Monday, 13/VI.
 See Note 158.
 A reference to the resolution of the Fourth All-Russia Congress of Trade Unions entitled “Rating Policy” (see Rezolutsii IV Vserossiiskogo syezda profsoyuzov (18–25 maya 1921 goda) (Resolutions of the Fourth All-Russia Congress of Trade Unions (May 18–25, 1921), Moscow, 1921, pp. 20–21).