Written: Written on December 15, 1922
Published: Printed from the original and the text in Lydia Fotieva’s hand.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1976, Moscow, Volume 45, page 604a.
Translated: Yuri Sdobnikov
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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I consider that we have quite reached agreement. I ask you to declare our solidarity at the plenum. I hope that our decision will be passed, because some of those who had voted against it in October have now partially or altogether switched to our side.
If for some reason our decision should not be passed, we shall apply to the group of the Congress of Soviets, and declare that we are referring the question to the Party congress.
In that case, inform me and I shall send in my statement.
P.S. If this question should be removed from the present plenum (which I do not expect, and against which you should, of course, protest as strongly as you can on our common behalf), I think that we should apply to the group of the Congress of Soviets anyway, and demand that the question be referred to the Party congress, because any further hesitation is absolutely intolerable.
You can keep all the material I have sent you until after the plenum.
 The words “to our side” are in Lydia Fotieva’s hand.—Ed.
 P.S. is written in Fotieva’s hand.—Ed.