The Proletarian Revolution
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
|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|
|Appendix II.||Vandervelde's New Book on the State|
 For “Theses on the Constituent Assembly” see Lenin’s Collected Works, Vol. 26, pp. 379-83.