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LENIN COLLECTED WORKS VOL.39
V. I. LENIN 지음
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Preface................................................19
NOTEBOOKS ON IMPERIALISM
NOTEBOOK “a” (“ALPHA”)................................29
Contents..........................................29
Outline for an Article on the Struggle Against the
“Marsh” (Notes on Kautskyism)..................30
Source References..................................31
Ravesteijn on the Balkan Problem....................32
Werner on Concentration in the Ruhr Mining Industry 33
Meyer (Capital Investment) and Source References ... 35
Liefmann on the Frankfurt Metal Trade................36
Bourgeois Scientists on the Struggle Against Imperialism 38
Moride, “Multiple Stores”............................39
Source References..................................40
Schilder, Volume 5 of Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv ... 41
Notes from Nashe Slovo............................42
Source References..................................42
Total Capital in Joint-Stock Companies................44
Kestner, Compulsory Organisation....................44
Vienna Arbeiter-Zeitung on Viennese Banks............48
Annals of the American Academy....................48
Source References..................................50
Stillich, Money and Banking........................52
Liefmann, Cartels and Trusts........................55
From Principles of Social Economics..................56
NOTEBOOK “P” (“BETA”)................................74
Contents..........................................74
Dietzel, Schumpeter, Vogelstein......................75
Source References..................................76
CONTENTS
Extracts from Die Bank............................77
Source References..................................94
Security Statistics..................................94
Grunzel, The Balance of Trade, Payments, and of the
Economy........................................96
Schilder, First Volume of Development Trends in the
World Economy..................................96
Hildebrand, The Shattering, etc...........110
P. Tafel, The North American Trusts, etc.......113
Note on K. Kautsky Versus Imperialism.......116
E. Agahd, Big Banks and the World Market.....117
Ballod, Statistics.................137
Otto, German Overseas Banks............138
Diouritch, The Expansion of German Banks Abroad . . 139
Kaufmann, French Banks.............142
Hegemann, French Banks..............144
Hulftegger, The Bank of England..........145
Jaffe, British Banks................145
Mehrens, French Banks..............146
Wallich, Concentration of German Banks.......146
Zollinger (International Balance-Sheet) and Neymarck 147
Taylor, Shop Management.............152
Seubert, The Taylor System in Practice.......156
Gilbreth, Motion Study..............158
Jeidels, Relation of the German Big Banks to Industry 160
Stillich and World Economy. A Note........174
Extracts from Die Bank..............175
Remarks ((on Finance Capital in General))......195
Tschierschky, Cartel and Trust...........197
Heymann, Combined Enterprises...........198
On the Question of Imperialism...........201
NOTEBOOK “y” (“GAMMA”)................203
Contents.....................203
Hoeniger, Economic Significance of the German Armed
Services....................203
Thery, Economic Europe..............204
Notes on Books by Montesquiou and Esteve and on an Article by Revere................205
Lescure, Savings in France............206
Hishida, The International Position of Japan as a
Great Power..................207
CONTENTS
v
References from English Sources and Conrad's Jahrbucher .....................208
Patouillet, American Imperialism..........209
Source References on American Imperialism in Patouil-
let......................212
Moos, “French Credit Institutions and French and
English Capital Investments Abroad”.......214
Kouznietsow, The Struggle of Civilisations and Languages in Central Asia..............215
Recent Literature Cited in Conrad’s Jahrbucher . . . 215
Louis Bruneau, Germany in France.........218
Bibliographical References from Conrad’ s Jahrbucher 219
Lysis, Against the Financial Oligarchy in France . . . 220 Notes on Books by Macrosty, Baumgarten and Meszleny,
and Berglund..................222
Hubert, The German Effort............223
Berard, Britain and Imperialism..........223
Lair, German Imperialism.............225
Briefs, The Alcohol Cartel.............226
Goldschmidt, Concentration in the German Coal Industry 226
Russier, The Partition of Oceania..........227
Vogelstein, Capitalist Forms of Organisation in Modern
Big Industry..................228
Plan of the Book Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism...................230
Additions tothePlanofthe Book.........240
Plans of Separate Chapters of the Book.......240
General Plan and Variations of Chapter Headings . . . 242
Tonnelat, GermanExpansionOutsideEurope.....244
Driault, Political and Social Problems........244
Colson, The Economic Organism and Social Disorder . . 246
Redslob, Dependent Countries............246
Notes for Articles “The ‘Disarmament’ Slogan” and “The Military Programme of the Proletarian Revolution” .....................247
On Zak’s Book Germans and German Capital in Russian Industry....................249
Paul Louis, Outline of Imperialism.........250
Hill, History of Diplomacy in the International Development of Europe................251
Morris, The History of Colonisation.........251
CONTENTS
NOTEBOOK “8 ” (“DELTA”)................257
Contents.....................257
Steffen, World War and Imperialism.........257
Oppenheimer, British Imperialism..........262
Henger, French Capital Investments.........263
Kautsky, 1914 and 1915 (on Imperialism, War, and
Social-Democracy)................264
Ischchanian, Foreign Elements in the Russian National Economy..................269
Pannekoek, “State Expenditure and Imperialism” .... 270
NOTEBOOK “e” (EPSILON”)................272
Contents.....................272
Capital Invested Abroad..............272
Foreign Capital Investments: Arndt.........273
Source References.................273
The Economist on the War.............274
Arguments of the Social Patriots..........274
The Daily Telegraph, November 17, 1914.......275
Population and Area of the Belligerent and Non-Belligerent Countries..................276
The Economist and The Daily Telegraph on the War . . 277
Bibliographical Notes and Source References.....281
Coal and Iron..................282
Trade Union Leaders...............283
NOTEBOOK “Z ” (“ZETA”).................286
Contents.....................286
Harms, World Economy..............286
Supan, Territorial Development of European Colonies
and Hubner’s Geographical-Statistical Tables .... 294
Mutual Accusations................307
“Engineering War”................308
Junius, The Crisis of Social-Democracy........309
“The Socialists and Peace”.............315
Items in Le Temps................316
Brauer on German “Defeatists”...........316
Articles and Notes in Le Temps...........318
“American Arms Suppliers”.............318
The Daily Telegraph, April 22 and 23, 1915.....319
Articles by Hugo Bottger in Der Tag.........320
CONTENTS vii
“The Objects of the War”, Article in The Economist . . 321
Journal de Geneve, April 7, 1915..........322
Lloyd George on £4,000,000,000 ....................322
NOTEBOOK “n” (“ETA”).................324
Contents.....................324
K. Kautsky, The National State, etc.........324
Lensch, German Social-Democracy and the World War 325
Article by O. B. “European Alliance of States?” .... 329
Finance Capital in Russia.............330
Barron’s Book on the War.............331
Lenz on Modern War...............332
NOTEBOOK “■&” (“THETA”)................333
Contents.....................333
Hilferding, Finance Capital.............333
The Electric Trust................338
Statistics of Issues................341
Riesser, German Big Banks and Their Concentration . . 343
NOTEBOOK “i” (“IOTA”).................373
Contents.....................373
Liefmann, Holding and Financing Companies .... 373 Die Neue Zeit, 1911 (on War N.B.) and 1912 (Inter Alia,
on a United States of Europe)..........382
Finanz-Archiv: 1915................386
Statistics of Issues. Eggenschwyler. Crohn (on Argentina).....................386
Walter Zollinger, Balance- Sheet of International Transfers of Securities................387
Calmes, “Recent Literature on Capital Investment” . . 388 Article by Paish in the Journal of the Royal Statistical
Society, January 1911..............389
Mulhaupt, The Milk Cartel.............391
Capitalist Associations on the War.........395
Crammond, Great Britain and Germany.......398
Sale, Japan Versus Great Britain..........401
Article: “Financial Arrangements and the War Debts of Europe”....................403
NOTEBOOK “k ” (“KAPPA”)................405
J. A. Hobson, Imperialism.............405
CONTENTS
NOTEBOOK “X ” (“LAMBDA”)...............437
Contents.....................437
Sembat, Either Peace or a King..........437
List of Quotations from Schulze-Gaevernitz’s British
Imperialism..................445
Schulze-Gaevernitz, British Imperialism.......445
NOTEBOOK “p.” (“MU”).................461
Contents.....................461
Schwarz, Financial Systems of the Great Powers . . . 461
Vorwarts No. 103, April 13, 1916..................462
Calwer, An Introduction to the World Economy . . . 464
Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute. . . 467
Bartholomew, Atlas of the World’s Commerce . . . 468
Grain in World Trade...............474
Railways.....................484
Die Bank....................491
Railway Statistics.................492
NOTEBOOK “v ” (“NU”).................496
Contents.....................496
La Revue politique internationale..........496
Plehn, World Politics...............497
Wegener, India Today...............497
Engels, “Can Europe Disarm?”...........499
Marx, Revelations about the Cologne Communist Trial,
with an Introduction by Engels..........503
Engels, International Articles from the “Volksstaat” . 503
Preface, 1894 ......................................503
“The Bakuninists at Work”.............504
“A Polish Proclamation”..............504
“On Social Relations in Russia”...........505
Laufenberg, Organisation, War and Criticism .... 506
Wirth, History of the Modern World........510
Table of Colonial Seizures and Wars.........511
Young Egypt Congress...............523
Tardieu, France and the Alliances.........524
Mevil, From the Frankfurt Peace to the Algeciras Conference....................525
Political Handbook................526
CONTENTS ix
Germany and the World War............526
Franke, “The Great Powers in Eastern Asia” .... 528
Oncken, “Pre-History of the War”.........529
Adler, Imperialist Social Policy...........529
Siegfried, New Zealand..............531
Hoetzsch, Russian Turkestan............534
Socialism in China................537
Nahas, The Economic and Social Position of the Egyptian Fellah...................537
Die Neue Zeit, XXX, 1..............538
Kautsky, “Mass Action”.............538
Link, “Are Savings Banks Charitable Institutions?” . 538
Population Estimates...............538
NOTEBOOK “| ” (“XI”)..................541
Contents.....................541
Press Excerpts..................541
Bernhardi, Germany and the Next War.......545
Ruedorffer, Basic Features of Contemporary World Politics......................550
Mackay, China, the Middle Republic. Its Problems and
Prospects....................555
Lucas, Greater Rome and Greater Britain......561
Belger, Social-Democracy After the War.......563
Rohrbach, Why This Is a German War.......565
Waltershausen, The National Economic System of
Capital Investments Abroad...........565
Hennig, World Communication Routes........570
Helfferich, National Welfare in Germany.......570
Cromer, Ancient and Modern Imperialism......572
NOTEBOOK “o ” (“OMICRON”)...............573
Contents.....................573
Schmoller s Jahrbuch, 1915, No. 1.........575
Marx, Article of 1878 on the International and Remarks
on the Self-Determination of Nations.......576
The Basle Manifesto and the Chemnitz Resolution. . . 576
Die Gleichheit, August 5, 1914...........577
“War Against War”...............577
“Proletarian Women, Be Prepared!”........578
“Political Survey”................579
Delbruck, Government and the People’s Will.....579
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CONTENTS
Volksstimme (Chemnitz)..............582
“Against Both Juniuses”.............582
“Quite Correct!’.................583
Bremer Burger-Zeitung...............584
“The I.S.D. and the Internationale Group.....584
Henke, “Not Identical, But the Same”.......585
“Yet Another Periodical in Bremen”........586
Literature on the Militia..............586
Lensch on the Militia (1912)............588
Engels on the Working Class in England.......588
Burkli, “Democratisation of Our Army System” .... 589
Kautsky 1910 and 1912...............589
Kautsky, “The Copenhagen Congress”.......589
Kautsky, “Once More on Disarmament”......590
Kautsky on Religion................590
Socialists and Negroes in America..........590
Source References.................591
Belfort-Bax on Imperialism (1900)....................591
Debs......................592
Italian and Polish Workers in Switzerland......593
The Labour Movement in Canada..........593
Lissagaray, History of the 1871 Commune......594
Monopoly and Technique..............594
Lensch, Social-Democracy, Its End and Its Successes . . 595 Perrin de Boussac, On the Colonial Army and Labour
Bibliography..................598
Chemnitz Volksstimme...............598
“Betrayal of the Party Is Betrayal of the Nation” 598
Leipziger Volkszeitung...............601
Party Affairs..................601
Marx on France’s War for Freedom (January 1871), on
Ireland, and on the Coming War (1874)..............602
Ulbricht, Nationality and Imperialism.........604
“Epochs” of Modern History.............611
Der Kampf Magazine................612
Adler and Renner................612
Hilferding (Kautskyite Views)...........613
Engels and Marx on the English Workers.......615
Kautsky, “Patriotism, War, and Social-Democracy”. . . 617
Bauer, The National Question and Social-Democracy . . 618
Grumbach, The Mistake of Zimmerwald-Kienthal . . . 620
Engels, Letters to Sorge..............621
CONTENTS xi
Die Glocke Magazine...............623
Ernst Heilmann, “The Heart of the Dispute” .... 623
Liebknecht and Marx (Letter to Liebknecht, 1878) . . . 625 The Japanese and the Chauvinism of the American
Workers....................627
Greulich and the Grutlianer............628
Greulich, “Open Letter to the Hottinger Grutli-
Verein”...................628
“Stones Instead of Bread”............629
“Fundamental Divergence in Appraisal”......629
“No Essential Differences Divide Us!”.......630
“The ‘Nationalist Chaff’ Is Separating from the
Internationalist Socialist Wheat’”........630
“Notes for a Lecture”..............630
“Naturalisation of Foreigners”..........630
“Party or Grutli- Verein?”............630
“Trade Unions and the Military Question”.....630
Schweizerische Metallarbeiter-Zeitung........632
E. Th. “Survey”................632
“Survey (Another Point of View)”........632
Neue Rheinische Zeitung.............633
A Saying of Saint-Simon’s.............637
NOTEBOOK “BRAILSFORD”................638
Contents.....................638
Brailsford, The War of Steel and Gold........638
NOTEBOOK “ON MARXISM AND IMPERIALISM”........653
Contents.....................653
Mehring, “New Contributions to the Biography of Marx
and Engels”..................653
“Foreign Wage-Reducers and the Attitude of the International”....................657
Seeley, The Expansion of England.........659
P. Dehn, German Colonial and World Policy .... 662
NOTEBOOK “IMPERIALISM”................669
Contents.....................669
Reventlow, German Foreign Policy, 1888-1913 ..........669
Kautsky, Socialism and Colonial Policy.......670
Engels, Letter of September 12, 1882 ..................671
Quadflieg, The Russian Policy of Expansion, 1774-1914 673
CONTENTS
NOTEBOOK “EGELHAAF”..................................680
Egelhaaf, History of Recent Times.........680
Chief Crises in the International Policy of the Great
Powers After 1870-71 ............................686
Essayed Summary of World History Data After 1870
((Egelhaaf and Other Sources))..........688
Outline of Plan for “Essayed Summary of World History Data After 1870”................706
FROM THE NOTEBOOK “AUSTRIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS”, ETC....................707
Distribution Colonies Among the Imperialist States 707
NOTEBOOK “DATA ON PERSIA”..............719
Contents.....................719
Demorgny, The Persian Question and the War .... 719
Jaeger, Persia and the Persian Question......722
MISCELLANIOUS NOTES, 1912-16..............729
Plan of an Article on Syndicates..........731
Oil Output and Prices in America..........732
Bebel on a War of Germany Against Russia.....732
Die Neue Zeit, 1912-13..............733
Notes on Defeat of One’s Own Country in the Imperialist War....................734
Notes for Lecture on “Imperialism and the Right of
Nations to Self-Determination”..........735
On the National Question........735
Outline of Lecture............736
Theses.................737
Imperialism and the Right of Nations to SelfDetermination (Outline)........738
Introduction.................738
I. The Economic Standpoint.........739
II. The Historical Standpoint.........739
III. The Political Standpoint.........739
IV. The Standpoint of State Frontiers.....740
V. The Standpoint of the Proletariat’s International Class Struggle..........740
VI. “Practical Feasibility”..........740
CONTENTS xiii
VII. The Military Standpoint.........740
VIII. The Struggle Against Social-Chauvinism 741
IX. Comparison with Divorce.........741
X. The Case of Weill............741
XI. Attitude of the Liberal Bourgeoisie .... 741
XII. Experience of the R.S.D.L.P........742
XIII. The Example of Marx and Engels.....742
XIV. The Zimmerwald Left “Formula”.....742
E. Corradini, Italian Nationalism............742
Nitti, Foreign Capital in Italy..............743
R. Liefmann, “Does the War Bring Socialism Nearer?” .... 743
Conrad’s Jahrbucher, 1915, No. 2, August.........745
Papers of the Society for Social Policy.........745
“Social-Imperialism and Left Radicalism”.........746
E. Rappard, Towards National Agreement.........747
A Good Summary of Comparative Figures.........748
A. B. Hart, The Monroe Doctrine.............752
Eug. Philippovich, “Monopolies”.............752
Journal de Geneve, April 18, 1916............753
Potassium Consumption in Various Countries........753
Archiv fur Sozialwissenschaft und Sozialpolitik.......753
Imperialism and the Split in Socialism..........754
Plan of Article..................754
Concerning the Definition of Imperialism.......755
Plan Variant...................755
Leuthner, “Russian National Imperialism”.........756
Gazeta Robotnicza’s Theses on Imperialism and National
Oppression ( Summary)................757
Imperialism and the Attitude Towards It..........758
Plan of an Article on Kautskyism.............759
Fragment of an Article.................761
Literature Lists....................761
Lenin’s Request Cards at the Zurich Cantonal Library .... 765
Notes........................771
Index of Sources....................792
Name Index......................828

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