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WHAT IS TO BE DONE?
PREFACE I. DOGMATISM AND "FREEDOM OF CRITICISM"
What Is "Freedom of Criticism"?
The New Advocates of "Freedom of Criticism"
Criticism in Russia
Engels on the Importance of the Theoretical Struggle
II. THE SPONTANEITY OF THE MASSES AND THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE SOCIAL-DEMOCRATS
The Beginning of the Spontaneous Upsurge
Bowing to Spontaneity. The Rabochaya Mysl
The Self-Emancipation Group and the Rabocheye Dyelo
III. TRADE-UNIONIST POLITICS AND SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC POLITICS
Political Agitation and Its Restriction by the Economists
A Tale of How Martynov Rendered Plekhanov More Profound
Political Exposures and "Training in Revolutionary Activity"
What Is There in Common Between Economism and Terrorism?
The Working Class as Vanguard Fighter for Democracy
Again "Slanderers," Again "Mystifiers"
[Chapters 4 and 5, etc.]
IV. THE AMATEURISHNESS OF THE ECONOMISTS AND AN
ORGANIZATION OF REVOLUTIONARIES
What Is Amateurishness?
Amateurishness and Economism
Organization of Workers and Organization of Revolutionaries
The Scope of Organizational Work
"Conspiratorial" Organization and "Democracy"
Local and All-Russian Work
V. THE "PLAN" FOR AN ALL-RUSSIAN POLITICAL NEWSPAPER
Who Was Offended by the Article "Where To Begin?"
Can a Newspaper Be a Collective Organizer?
What Type of Organization Do We Require?
CONCLUSION Appendix: THE ATTEMPT TO UNITE THE "ISKRA " WITH THE "RABOCHEYE DYELO " CORRECTION TO "WHAT IS TO BE DONE?"