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1 - Lenin CW-Vol. 2 (5 MB)
LENIN COLLECTED WORKS VOL.02
V. I. LENIN 지음
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FREDERICK ENGELS * A CHARACTERISATION OF ECONOMIC ROMANTICISM * THE TASKS OF THE RUSSIAN SOCIAL-DEMOCRATS * THE HERITAGE WE RENOUNCE

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Preface.......................................... 13

1895

FREDERICK ENGELS..............................................15

EXPLANATION OF THE LAW ON FINES IMPOSED ON FACTORY
WORKERS..................................................29
I What Are Fines?..........................................33
II How Were Fines Imposed Formerly and What Gave Rise to
the New Legislation on Fines?............................35
III On What Grounds May the Factory Owner Impose Fines? ... 40
IV How Big May Fines Be?................................47
V What Is the Procedure for Imposing Fines? ............50
VI What, According to the Law, Should the Fines Be Spent On? 55
VII Do the Fine Laws Apply to All Workers?..............66
VIII Conclusion................................................69

GYMNASIUM FARMS AND CORRECTIVE GYMNASIA
(Russkoye Bogatstvo)............................................73

TO THE WORKING MEN AND WOMEN OF THE THORNTON FACTORY... 81

WHAT ARE OUR MINISTERS THINKING ABOUT?....................87

DRAFT AND EXPLANATION OF A PROGRAMME FOR THE SOCIAL-
DEMOCRATIC PARTY..............................................93
Draft Programme..........................................95
Explanation of the Programme............................98



1896

TO THE TSARIST GOVERNMENT.................122


1897

A CHARACTERISATION OF ECONOMIC ROMANTICISM
(Sismondi and Our Native Sismondists).............129

Chapter I The Economic Theories of Romanticism.....134
I Does the Home Market Shrink Because of the Ruination
of the Small Producers?...............135
II Sismondi’s Views on National Revenue and Capital . . 140
III Sismondi’s Conclusions from the Fallacious Theory of Two Parts of the Annual Product in Capitalist Soci-
ety...........................146
IV Wherein Lies the Errors of Adam Smith’s and Sismondi’s Theories of National Revenue?..........150
V Accumulation in Capitalist Society..........154
VI The Foreign Market as the “Way out of the Difficul-
ty of Realizing Surplus-Value............161
VII Crisis.........................166
VIII Capitalist Rent and Capitalist Overpopulation. . . . 174
IX Machines in Capitalist Society............184
X Protection.......................192
XI Sismondi’s Place in the History of Political Economy 199
Postscript.......................207

Chapter II The Character of the Romanticists’ Criticism of
Capitalism.......................208
I The Sentimental Criticism of Capitalism......209
II The Petty-Bourgeois Character of Romanticism . . . 220
III The Problem of the Growth of the Industrial Population
at the Expense of the Agricultural Population . . . 225
IV Practical Proposals of Romanticism.........232
V The Reactionary Character of Romanticism.....239
VI Corn Tariffs in England as Appraised by Romanticism and by Scientific Theory............252

THE NEW FACTORY LAW.....................267
I Why Was the New Factory Law Passed?............271
II What Should Be Considered Working Time? .... 274
III To What Extent Does the New Law Reduce Working Hours?........................276
IV What Does the Law Consider “Night-Time” for the Workers?.......................278
V How Does the Ministry of Finance Try to Prove That to Restrict Overtime Would be “Unfair” to the Work-
er?..........................281
VI What Power Does the New Law Grant the Ministers? 286
VII How Our “Christian” Government Curtails the Workers’ Holidays.....................290
VIII How Is the Observance of the New Law Guaranteed? 295
IX Will the New Law Improve the Workers’ Condition? 298
X What Is the Significance of the New Law?.....302

Appendix...........................304
I ............................304
II ............................305
III ............................307
IV ............................307
V ............................310
VI ............................311
VII ............................314

ABOUT A CERTAIN NEWSPAPER ARTICLE.............316

THE TASKS OF THE RUSSIAN SOCIAL-DEMOCRATS........323
To the Workers and Socialists of St. Petersburg from the League of Struggle..................348

THE HANDICRAFT CENSUS OF 1894-95 IN PERM GUBERNIA AND GENERAL PROBLEMSOF“HANDICRAFT”INDUSTRY.......355

Article One..........................357
I GeneralData.....................358
II The “Handicraftsmen” and Wage-Labour......369
III “Communal-Labour Continuity”............381
Article Two .........................387
IV The Agriculture of “Handicraftsmen”........387
V Large and Small Establishments.—The Incomes of
the Handicraftsmen .................403
Article Three.........................422
VI What Is a Buyer-Up? ................422
VII “Gratifying Features” of Handicraft Industry .... 439
VIII The Narodnik Programme of Industrial Policy . . . 445

GEMS OF NARODNIK PROJECT-MONGERING (S. N. Yuzhakov, Edu-cational Problems. Journalistic Essays.—Secondary-School Reform.
—Systems and Aims of Higher Education.—Gymnasium Text-books.—The Problem of Universal Education.—Women and Education. St. Petersburg, 1897, pp. VIII # 283. Price 1 ruble 50 kopeks.)........459

I ............................461
II ............................462
III ............................469
IV ............................472
V ............................476
VI ............................480
VII ............................486

THE HERITAGE WE RENOUNCE..................491
I One Representative of the “Heritage”.........494
II Narodism’s Addition to the “Heritage”........506
III Has the “Heritage” Gained from Association with Narodism?.......................513
IV The “Enlighteners,” the Narodniks, and the “Disci-ples”.........................525
V Mr. Mikhailovsky on the “Disciples’” Renunciation
of the Heritage....................527

Notes..............................535

The Life and Work of V. I. Lenin. Outstanding Dates .......567

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