J. V. Stalin

REPLY TO THE DISCUSSION ON THE REPORT ON
"THE SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC DEVIATION
IN OUR PARTY"

November 3, 1926

Pravda, No. 262,
November 12, 1926


From J. V. Stalin, On the Opposition,
Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1974

pp. 442-98.

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

Vol. 8, pp. 311-372.





REPLY TO THE DISCUSSION ON THE REPORT ON "THE SOCIAL-
  DEMOCRATIC DEVIATION IN OUR PARTY," November 3, 1926


442

I.

Some General Questions

442


1.
2.
3.

Marxism Is Not a Dogma, but a Guide to Action
Some Remarks of Lenin on the Dictatorship of the Proletariat
The Unevenness of Development of the Capitalist Countries

442
451
456

II.

Kamenev Clears the Way for Trotsky

460

III.
 

An Incredible Muddle, or Zinoviev on Revolutionary Spirit
and Internationalism


468

IV.

Trotsky Falsifies Leninism

476


1.
2.
3.

Trotsky's Conjuring Tricks, or the Question of "Permanent Revolution"
Juggling with Quotations, or Trotsky Falsifies Leninism
"Trifles" and Curiosities

476
484
490

V.
 

The Practical Platform of the Opposition. The Demands of
the Party


493

VI.

Conclusion

496

NOTES