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Appendix 3. Marx and the Prospects of Russian Society

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Indeed, in the polemics of the 1890s, Narodnik theorists like Mikhailovsky, Danielson, Vorontsov and others frequently used Marx's letter to counterpose his positions to those of the Russian Marxists. In particular, the invocation of the document by Mikhailovsky and the reply by the young Lenin in his 1894 book What the 'Friends of the People' Are and How They Fight the Social-Democrats. In terms of their Spanish-language publication, this letter as well as the sum total of Marx and Engels's texts on Russia's original path have been compiled in the Escritos sobre Rusia that the Cuadernos de Pasado y Presente has begun to publish. However, we can still count among the best expositions of this debate Fernando Claudín's introduction to his edition of Lenin's economic writings.

Keywords: Marx; Russian Society



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