V. I. Lenin on Youth

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  • Copyright: 2001-05-01
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Table of Contents

Publishers' Notep. 9
The Condition of Children and Young People Under Capitalism
What are Our Ministers Thinking About?p. 15
from Marxism and Revisionismp. 19
The Question of Ministry of Education Policy (Supplement to the Discussion on Public Education)p. 20
The Working Class and Neo-Malthusianismp. 31
Child Labour in Peasant Farmingp. 34
Fifth International Congress Against Prostitutionp. 38
What can be Done for Public Educationp. 40
The Nationalisation of Jewish Schoolsp. 43
The Nationality of Pupils in Russian Schoolsp. 45
About our Schoolsp. 49
Insertion for N. K. Krupskaya's Article "on the Question of the Policy of the Ministry of Public Education"p. 51
from Karl Marx (A Brief Biographical Sketch with an Exposition of Marxism)p. 52
from the "Disarmament" Sloganp. 54
from the Pamphlet Materials Relating to the Revision of the Party Programmep. 56
The Revolutionary Movement Among the Student Youth in Tsarist Russia
The Drafting of 183 Students into the Armyp. 65
Demonstrations have Begunp. 71
Signs of Bankruptcyp. 75
To Secondary School Studentsp. 82
from on the Subject of Reports by Committees and Groups of the R.S.D.L.P. to the General Party Congressp. 83
Draft Resolution on the Attitude Towards the Student Youth for the Second Congress of the R.S.D.L.P.p. 85
Speech at the Second Congress of the R.S.D.L.P. on the Attitude Towards the Student Youth, August 10 (23), 1903p. 86
The Tasks of the Revolutionary Youth. First Letterp. 87
Revolutionary Riga's Ultimatump. 101
The Aggravation of the Situation in Russiap. 103
The Student Movement and the Present Political Situationp. 106
The Question of Party Affiliation among Democratic-Minded Studentsp. 113
Participation of Young Workers and Peasants in the Revolutionary Struggle and Revolutionary Training of Youth
from an Urgent Questionp. 117
A Letter to A. A. Bogdanov and S. I. Gusevp. 119
To S. I. Gusevp. 124
from New Tasks and New Forcesp. 126
To the Combat Committee of the St. Petersburg Committeep. 131
The Lessons of the Moscow Eventsp. 134
The Youth Abroad and the Russian Revolutionp. 144
from Preface to the Russian Translation of K. Kautsky's Pamphlet the Driving Forces and Prospects of the Russian Revolutionp. 145
from the Crisis of Menshevismp. 147
Anti-Militarist Propaganda and Young Socialist Workers' Leaguesp. 153
from the Beginning of Demonstrationsp. 157
Ivan Vasilyevich Babushkin (An Obituary)p. 160
To Inessa Armandp. 165
To Inessa Armandp. 167
The Youth International (A Review)p. 171
Lecture on the 1905 Revolutionp. 176
from Letters from Afar. Third Letter. Concerning a Proletarian Militiap. 195
Advice of an Onlookerp. 208
Participation of Youth in Socialist Construction. Education of the New Man
Speeches at a Meeting of the Moscow Party Committee on Organising Groups of Sympathisers, August 16, 1918. Minutesp. 213
from Speech at the First All-Russia Congress on Education, August 28, 1918p. 215
from Draft Programme of the R.C.P.(B.). 9 Section of the Programme Dealing with Public Educationp. 217
Draft Supplement to the Section of the Programme on Public Educationp. 219
Speech at the First All-Russia Congress of Communist Students, April 17, 1919p. 220
Speech Delivered in Red Square, May 1, 1919. Newspaper Reportp. 221
from All Out for the Fight Against Denikin! (Letter of the C.C., R.C.P. [Bolsheviks] to Party Organisations). Curtailment of Work Not for the Warp. 222
from Two Years of Soviet Rule. Speech at a Joint Session of the All-Russia Central Executive Committee, the Moscow Soviet of Workers' and Red Army Deputies, the All-Russia Central Council of Trade Unions and Factory Committees, on the Occasion of the Second Anniversary of the October Revolution, November 7, 1919p. 224
To the Younger Generationp. 226
Trial of Juvenile Delinquentsp. 227
Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Moscow Soviet of Workers' and Red Army Deputies, March 6, 1920p. 228
The Tasks of the Youth Leagues (Speech Delivered at the Third All-Russia Congress of the Russian Young Communist League, October 2, 1920)p. 235
On Polytechnical Education. Notes on Theses by Nadezhda Konstantinovnap. 253
Instructions of the Central Committee to Communists Working in the People's Commissariat for Educationp. 256
from the Work of the People's Commissariat for Educationp. 259
To N. A. Semashkop. 261
Instructions by the Ninth All-Russia Congress of Soviets on Questions of Economic Activities, December 28, 1921p. 263
Preface to I. I. Stepanov's Book the Electrification of the R.S.F.S.R. and the Transitional Phase of World Economyp. 267
To the Fifth Congress of the Young Communist League of Russiap. 269
Letter to V. N. Maximovskyp. 270
To the Educational Workers' Congressp. 271
To the Third Congress of the Young Communist International, Moscowp. 272
Concerning the Decision of the Political Bureau of the C.C, R C.P.(B.) on the Report of the Commission of State Suppliesp. 273
Pages from a Diaryp. 274
Notesp. 280
Name Indexp. 299
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