J. V. Stalin

THE FOURTEENTH CONGRESS
OF THE C.P.S.U.(B.)

December 18-31, 1925


Pravda, Nos. 291, 292 and, 296
December 20, 22 and 29, 1925


From J. V. Stalin, Works,
Foreign Languages Publishing House,
Moscow, 1954

Vol. 7, pp. 265-403.


THE FOURTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE C.P.S.U.(B.),[50]
  December 18-31, 1925


265

 Political Report of the Central Committee, December 18

267

I.

The International Situation

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7.

The Stabilisation of Capitalism
Imperialism, the Colonies and Semi-Colonies
Victors and Vanquished
The Contradictions between the Victor Countries
The Capitalist World and the Soviet Union
The External Position of the U.S.S.R.
The Party's Tasks

269
275
277
284
288
295
302

II.

The Internal Situation in the Soviet Union

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7.

The National Economy as a Whole
Industry and Agriculture
Questions Concerning Trade
Classes, Their Activity, Their Correlation
Lenin's Three Slogans on the Peasant Question
Two Dangers and Two Deviations in Regard to the Peasant Question
The Party's Tasks

305
321
325
327
332
342
347

  III.

The Party

351

 Reply to the Discussion on the Political Report of the Central
  Committee, December 23


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Sokolnikov and the Dawesation of Our Country
Kamenev and Our Concessions
Whose Miscalculations?
How Sokolnikov Protects the Poor Peasants
Ideological Struggle or Slander?
Concerning NEP
Concerning State Capitalism
Zinoviev and the Peasantry
Concerning the History of the Disagreements
The Opposition's Platform
Their "Desire for Peace"
The Party Will Acheive Unity

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401

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