An example of Communist theory put into the practice of
defensive propaganda against the government of an invading
Lenin, N. "Political Parties in Russia." Brooklyn: Socialist
Publication Society, 1918.
An analysis of the social forces and parties in Russia just prior
to the November revolution, presenting in full the program of
Lenin, N. "The Soviets at Work." New York: Rand School
of Social Science, 1919 (5th ed.), paper, pp. 48.
A statement of the constructive tasks before the triumphant
revolutionary forces in 1918 as seen by Lenin.
Lenin, N. "The State and Revolution." London: George Allen
& Unwin, Ltd., 1919, cloth, pp. 122.
The translation of a Russian pamphlet giving an historical
background for the author's theory of revolution. It was unfinished because of the demands made upon the author by the events
of the November revolution.
Lenin, N., and Trotzky, L. Fraina, L. C. (ed.) "The Proletarian Revolution in Russia," New York: The Communist
Press, 1918, paper, pp. 453.
A collection of articles by Lenin and Trotzky, edited and supplemented by L. C. Fraina, covering the theory of the Communists,
the struggle for power and the problems of the Soviet republic.
Litvinov, Maxim. "The Bolshevik Revolution." British Socialist Party, 1918.
An historical account of the Russian revolution and the rise of
the Bolshevik power, by the Assistant Commissar for Foreign
Magnes, Judah L. "Russia and Germany at Brest-Litovsk."
New York: The Rand School of Social Science, 1919, cloth,
A scholarly, impartial, documentary account of the Brest-
Litovsk negotiations and their general background in Russia, Germany and other countries.
Malone, Col. Cecil l'Estrange. "The Russian Republic."
York: Harcourt, Brace & Howe, 1920, pp. 153.