J Stalin Works (1907-1913, Volume 2) by Stalin

By Stalin

Quantity 2 includes writings commonly of the interval from the latter half 1907 to 1913 ahead of Comrade Stalins exile to the Turukhansk area the place he remained until eventually February 1917. those works conceal almost always classes of comrade stalins innovative actions the Baku interval and the St Petersburg interval

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Dro (Time), No. 10, March 22, 1907 Signed: Ko. . Translated from the Georgian The last two pamphlets could not be printed as the manuscripts were seized by the police during a raid. THE ADVANCED PROLETARIAT AND THE FIFTH PARTY CONGRESS The preparations for the congress are drawing to a close. 26 The relative strength of the different groups is gradually becoming revealed. It is becoming apparent that the industrial districts largely support the Bolsheviks. St. Petersburg, Moscow, the Central Industrial region, Poland, the Baltic region and the Urals—these are the regions where the Bolsheviks’ tactics are trusted.

There he set up a printing plant, improved the work of the district organisations, was an active member of the leading body and wrote articles for Proletariatis Brdzola 24—such was the work Comrade Telia performed. During the well-known police raid he, too, was arrested, but here too he “slipped away” and again hastened to Tiflis. After working in the leading organisation of Tiflis for a short time he attended the All-Russian Conference of Bolsheviks in Tammerfors in 1905. His impressions of that conference are interesting.

What’s it all about? We wrote that the Duma’s swing to the right does not surprise us. Why? Because the Duma is dominated by the liberal bourgeoisie, and this bourgeoisie is entering into an alliance with the government and breaking with the workers and peasants. Hence the weakness of the Duma. And the fact that the workers and revolutionary peasants are not dragging at the tail of the anti-revolutionary Duma; the fact that they are indeed breaking with the Duma majority—shows that the people of our country are more politically conscious than the French people were in the eighteenth century.

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