Vopros o vzaimootnoshenii partii i professionalʹnykh soiuzov na shtuttgartskom Mezhdunarodnom Kongresse, [1907?].

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Lunacharsky, Anatoly Vasilievich, 1875-1933. Vopros o vzaimootnoshenii partii i professionalʹnykh soiuzov na shtuttgartskom Mezhdunarodnom Kongresse, [1907?].

Vopros o vzaimootnoshenii partii i professionalʹnykh soiuzov na shtuttgartskom Mezhdunarodnom Kongresse, [1907?].

Typescript of Lunacharsky's report as a delegate of the Russian Social-Democratic Workers Party to the Stuttgart International Congress concerning mutual relations between the party and the trade unions. With handwritten corrections in the hand of Lunacharsky, Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin, A. Bogdanov, and margin notes by Grigoriĭ Aleksinsiĭ.

1 v. (97 l.) ; 31 cm.

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