What Is To Be Done? is one of Lenin’s outstanding revolutionary writings. It has long been a classic in its field. The first generation of Russian Bolsheviks, which includes many of the present Soviet leaders, have been brought up on this brilliant exposition of the policies and tactics of the revolutionary Socialist movement. Its uniqueness in Russian Marxist literature is due to the way it treats the role of the Party in the revolutionary struggle-a subject to which slight attention was paid up to that time. The subtitle, “Burning Questions of Our Movement,” which Lenin gave to this brochure, indicates how deeply he felt the need of calling attention to the problem of organization.
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