Lars T. Lih. Lenin Rediscovered: What Is to Be Done? in Context.
Leiden: Brill, 2005.
Chicago: Haymarket, 2008.
1 – ‘The Merger of Socialism and the Worker Movement’
2 – A Russian Erfurtian
3 – The Iskra Period
Lenin’s Significant Others
4 – Russian Foes of Erfurtianism
5 – A Feud Within Russian Erfurtianism
6 – The Purposive Worker and the Spread of Awareness
The World of What Is to Be Done?
7 – Lenin’s Erfurtian Drama
8 – The Organisational Question: Lenin and the Underground
9 – After the Second Congress
Annotations Part One: Section Analysis
Annotations Part Two: Scandalous Passages
Note on the Translation
Lenin’s What Is to Be Done?
Chapter I: Dogmatism and ‘Freedom of Criticism’
Chapter II: The Stikhiinost of the Masses and the Purposiveness of Social Democracy
Chapter III: Tred-iunionist Politics and Social-Democratic Politics
Chapter IV: The Artisanal Limitations of the Economists and the Organisation of Revolutionaries
Chapter V: The ‘Plan’ for an All-Russian Political Newspaper