Marxist-Leninist Theory


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Marx & Engels Collected Works online at HIAW

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Lenin On Religion
Lenin On Art and Literature

On the emancipation of women by Lenin
The Woman question by Marx, Engels, Lenin & Stalin
Lenin on the Women’s Question by Clara Zetkin


stalin Lenin GOOD

Stalin Collected Works Volume 1.
Stalin Collected Works Volume 2.
Stalin Collected Works Volume 3.
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The History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks) – Short Course [text] [Audiobook part 1 & part 2]

“The structure of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks)” (1951) by Pravda Publishing [Text] [Audiobook]

Conversations with Stalin on Questions of Political Economy

Stalin correspondence

Stalin Miscellany

Suomeksi (in Finnish):
Lenin ja Leninismi



Quotations from Chairman Mao

Mao Selected Works vol. 1
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Mao Collected Works volume7
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On the Use of Trotskyists as Japanese Spies in China



Hoxha Selected Works vol. 1
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Yugoslav “Self-Administration” – Capitalist Theory and Practice (Audiobook)
On the International Situation and the Tasks of the Party (Audiobook)


The Development of the Monist View of History (1895)
On the Role of the Individual in History (1898) [text] [audiobook]

“Georgy Valentinovich Plekhanov (1856-1918) was one of the first Russian Marxists. There are three stages in his activity: from 1875 to 1883 Plekhanov was a populist; from 1883 to 1903 he was a Marxist; since 1903 Plekhanov turned to the right: he became a Menshevik, a leader of Bolshevism, he betrayed revolutionary Marxism. In emigration (went abroad in 1880) he broke with populism and in 1883 organized the first Russian Marxist group, Emancipation of Labor, abroad. The group members translated into Russian a number of works by Marx and Engels, printed them abroad and secretly distributed them in Russia. For the perception of scientific socialism, Plekhanov was prepared by the revolutionary ideas of Herzen, Belinsky, Chernyshevsky and Dobrolyubov. His theoretical work related to this period was of immense benefit to the Russian labor movement. Plekhanov devoted his talents, his exceptional literary abilities to the justification and defense of Marxism, its spread in Russia.

His works such as Socialism and the Political Struggle, Our Differences, On the Development of a Monistic View of History, cleared the way for the victory of Marxism in Russia. Plekhanov was the first Russian Marxist to oppose the Narodnik theory. With his labors, he dealt a serious blow to populism. On the basis of an analysis of the economic relations of post-reform Russia, he showed all the harmfulness and groundlessness of the Narodnik theories about Russia’s transition to socialism through the peasant community, about the non-capitalist path of Russia’s development. But Plekhanov and the Emancipation of Labor group as a whole, had serious mistakes. The group’s program also contained remnants of populist views. So, for example, they accepted the tactics of individual terror.

The final ideological defeat of Narodism was completed in the 1890s by Lenin. Plekhanov did not understand that only in alliance with the peasantry would the proletariat triumph over Tsarism. In some of his works, he did not take into account the peasantry at all. “Apart from the bourgeoisie and the proletariat,” he said, “we see no other social forces” on which one could rely in the revolution. Plekhanov saw the liberal bourgeoisie as a force capable of supporting the revolution. These mistakes were the embryo of his future Menshevik views, the starting point of his denial of the hegemony of the proletariat in the bourgeois-democratic Russian revolution.

When the draft of the party program was being worked out inside Iskra, Plekhanov tried to replace the slogan of the dictatorship of the proletariat put forward by Lenin with the vague slogan “dictatorship of the working people and the exploited.” After the Second Congress of the RSDLP, Plekhanov adopted a position of conciliation towards the opportunists, and then he himself slipped into opportunism and joined the Mensheviks. In 1905, he took liberal positions on the question of revolution and fought against the Leninist tactics of the Bolsheviks. During the years of the Stolypin reaction, he was in a bloc with the Bolsheviks against the anti-party August bloc. Later, Plekhanov finally went over to the camp of opportunism. During the world imperialist war (1914-1918) he defended the Menshevik defencism tactics. He was hostile to the Great October Revolution.

His political evolution was reflected in his theoretical works. All the best that Plekhanov wrote on the philosophy of Marxism belongs to the period 1883-1903, before his turn to Menshevism. “His personal merits are also enormous in the past. Over the course of 20 years, 1883-1903, he produced a mass of excellent writings, especially against the opportunists, Machists, and Narodniks.” His great merit is his struggle for philosophical materialism, against idealism, against numerous attempts to combine Marxism with. Kantianism. Plekhanov sharply criticized Bernstein’s revisionism. His works contain a serious Marxist elaboration of certain questions of the materialist understanding of history, such as the question and the role of the individual in history. Lenin also pointed out major shortcomings and errors in his philosophical works.

Plekhanov, for example, made a grave mistake in supporting the idealistic theory of cognition, opposed to the Marxist theory of knowledge, separated the theory of knowledge from dialectics, not seeing their unity, not understanding that dialectics is the theory of knowledge of Marxism; vaguely distinguished between materialistic and idealistic understanding of experience, leaving a loophole for idealism; reduced the laws of dialectics to the sum of examples; overestimated the role of the geographic environment in the socio-historical process; often portrayed the great Russian thinkers of the 19th century, the revolutionary democrats, as simple imitators of Western European philosophers.

His criticism of the Machians was abstract. He did not see the connection between Machism and the crisis in natural science. The theoretical roots of his mistakes lay in his underestimation of the qualitatively new that was introduced into philosophy by the founders of Marxism. The social roots of his mistakes are the influence of bourgeois liberalism and Western European opportunism on him. Plekhanov did not take the position of creative Marxism, he approached Marxist theory dogmatically, did not see the movement of the center of the revolutionary movement to Russia, did not take into account the peculiarities of the country’s development in the new concrete historical conditions of the era of imperialism and proletarian revolutions.

Plekhanov was a talented literary critic and did much to expose the idealistic, anti-scientific understanding of literature and art. The views of Belinsky and Chernyshevsky had a great influence on the development of his aesthetic views. Plekhanov worked out a number of questions of Marxist aesthetics. He fought against the idealistic understanding of art, against the decadent slogan “art for art” and in his literary-critical articles defended the requirement of ideology in artistic creation. His most important works: Socialism and Political Struggle (1883), Our Differences (1885), On the Development of a Monistic View of History (1895), Essays on the History of Materialism (1896), On the Materialist Understanding history (1897), On the question of the role of the individual in history (1898).” (Pavel Yudin and Mark Rosenthal, Short Philosophical Dictionary, 5th ed., 1954)



On Revolutionary Medicine (1960)
Notes for the Study of the Ideology of the Cuban Revolution (1960)
Guerrilla_Warfare (1961)
Economics Cannot be Separated from Politics (1961)
Cuba: Historical exception or vanguard in the anticolonial struggle? (1961)
Mobilising the Masses for the Invasion (1961)
The Cadres: Backbone of the Revolution (1962)
Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War (1963)
Guerrilla warfare: A method (1963)
On Development (1964)
At the United Nations (1964)
At the Afro-Asian Conference in Algeria (1965)
Socialism and man in Cuba (1965)
Farewell letter from Che to Fidel Castro (1965)
Message to the Tricontinental (1967)
Socialism and Man in Cuba & Other Works (1968)


Italian Communist leader and major theoretician. Gramsci was imprisoned when the Fascists came to power in Italy but continued his work in prison and wrote a vast amount of political writings during this time.


Gramsci Selections from Prison Notebooks
Gramsci Prison Notebooks volume 1
Gramsci Prison Notebooks volume 3

Other writings

“Gramsci and Stalin” by Aldo Bernardini
“Gramsci Rejected the Ideas of Trotsky” by Jose Antonio Egido


Important Finnish & Soviet Communist leader & theoretician. Kuusinen was one of the leaders of the Finnish Revolution of 1918. After the failure of the revolution he fled to the USSR where he was among the founders of the Finnish Communist Party the same year.

In the 1920s Kuusinen became a Comintern Leader and a collaborator with Lenin. In 1939 he led the Soviet backed Finnish People’s Government in the Winter War. After the war he was the Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Karelo-Finnish SSR until Khrushchev’s coming to power in 1956. Unfortunately during the time of de-stalinization Kuusinen accepted erroneous revisionist theoretical positions, mainly the “state of the whole people”.


The Finnish Revolution: A Self-Criticism [text version] [audiobook]
Under the Leadership of Russia (1924)
A Misleading Description of the “German October” (1925)
The Revolutionary Movement in the Colonies (1928) 
Concluding Speech of Comrade Kuusinen on the Colonial Question (1928)
A Warmongers’ International (1951)
Fundamentals of Marxism-Leninism (1960) (PDF)  (Online Text)

Kuusinen on Tito’s Opportunism
“Otto Ville Kuusinen – The iron helmsman of the Finnish Communist Party” by Elli Parkkari (1945) [text version] [audiobook]

Kuusisen kirjoituksia Suomeksi (Kuusinen works in Finnish)

Sosialismi ja yksilön vapaus (1. osa) (1906)
Sosialismi ja yksilön vapaus (2. osa) (1906)
Eduskuntakomitean ehdotus valtiopäiväjärjestykseksi (1906)
Senaatin laatima painovapauslakiehdotus (1906)
Eduskuntauudistuksen viimeiset vaiheet (1906)
Venäjän vallankumousliike ja Suomen sosialidemokratia (1906)
Oulun puoluekokouksen periaatteellinen merkitys (1906)
Laki hallituksen jäsenten oikeudellisesta vastuunalaisuudesta (1906)
Anarkia ja vallankumous (1906)
Avoin kirje toveri Leninille (1918)
Suomen vallankumouksesta: itsekritiikkiä
SKP:n taistelukyvyttömyyden syistä taistelussa fasismia vastaan
Suomen työtätekevälle kansalle
Työtätekevän kansan vihan ja aktiivisen vastarinnan kasvu (1943)
Lokakuun suuri sosialistinen vallankumous (1949)
Missä on Stalin, Siellä on Voitto (1949)



Työväen Venäjältä (1920) (teksti) (PDF)

Muita teoksia



The_Communist_Party_of_the_Soviet_Union (1929)
The_Success_of_the_5_Year_Plan (1931)
The October Revolution and the Triumph of Socialism (1932)
Soviet_Prosperity (1935)
Two_Speeches (1935)
The_International_Situation_and_the_Soviet_Union (1935)
On the New Soviet Constitution
(Nov 1937)
Speech at the Session of the Supreme Council of the U.S.S.R (1938)
The_Soviet_Union_in 1942: The Third Five-Year Plan (1939)
The Foreign Policy of the Soviet Union (Mar 1940) (PDF) (Text)
On the Nazi Invasion of the Soviet Union (Jun 22 1941)
On German Atrocities (1942)
Note of the People’s Commissar of Foreign Affairs of the USSR (1942)
28th_Anniversary of October_Revolution (Nov 6 1945)
Electoral Speech in Moscow (Feb 1946)

Useful commentary on Molotov’s memoirs by Alliance ML



On Communist Education (speeches and articles)
World_Peace_Or_War (1938)
Stalin: Sixty_Years_(1939)
Why_We_Win (1945)



Purging_the_party (1933)
Report on the organizational problems of party and soviet construction (1934)
Construction of the subway and the plan of the city of Moscow (1934)



Soviet Literature: the Richest in Ideas, the Most Advanced Literature (1934)
Amendments to the Rules of the C.P.S.U.(B.) (1939)
About one anti-patriotic group of theatre critics (Jan 28 1949)
The Duty of a Soviet Writer (Aug 21, 1946)
The International Situation (1947)
On Literature, Music and Philosophy (1950) [Audio version]



Completion of the Reconstruction of the Entire National Economy (1934)


The Law Of The Soviet State by A. Vyshinsky (1938)


Hegel and the theory of materialist dialectics (1932) [machine translation]
Dialectical materialism (1934) [machine translation]
Dialectical Materialism – Worldview of the Marxist-Leninist Party (1941) [machine translation]
On the reactionary socio-political views of Hegel (1944) [in Russian, but auto-translate works pretty well]
The Contribution of J.V. Stalin to Marxism-Leninism (with M.D. Kammari and G.F. Aleksandrov) (1950)
Zionist Agency of U.S. Imperialism (1953)
Serious Mistakes and Shortcomings in the Activities of the Communist Party of Great Britain (1954)
Historical role of G. V. Plekhanov (1957) [machine translation]

Struggle on Two Fronts in Philosophy: Against Mechanism and Menshevik Idealism (with M. B. Mitin) (1932)
The Essence of German Fascism (1941)
Who are the National Socialists? (1942)
Hitler’s Plans are Crumbling (1943)
Centenary of the “Communist Manifesto” (1948)
The Draft Programme of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (1948)
Classic Creation of Scientific Communism (1948)
October Socialist Revolution and the Building of Communism in the U.S.S.R. (1948)
Enemies of Marxism (1949)
A Dictionary of Philosophy (1967) (with M. M. Rosenthal)



Let Us Unite Around the Central Committee of the Party (1927)
Reminiscences of Lenin (1933)
Why Is the Second International Defending Trotsky?
Soviet_Woman:_A_Citizen_With_Equal_Rights (1937)

Other writings


Rosa Luxemburg’s Attitude towards the Russian Revolution after the November Revolution in Germany (1922)
Resolution on Fascism Communist International Executive Committee, 1923 [text] [Audio version]
Movements for the Emancipation of Women: Three Essays (1924-1925)
Reminiscences of Lenin (1925)
Trotsky’s ‘Exile’ and Social Democracy (17 Feb, 1928)

Other writings


Reform or Revolution (1900)
Rosa Luxemburg’s Attitude towards the Russian Revolution after the November Revolution in Germany
by Clara Zetkin (1922)


Selected Articles and Speeches

The Social Basis of the Woman Question (1909)
Love and the New Morality (1911)
The Third International (1915)
Lenin, letter to Alexandra Kollontai (Not earlier than August 4, 1915)
Working Woman and Mother (1916)
Do Internationalists Want a Split? (1916)
Lenin letter to Alexandra Kollontai (February 17, 1917)
The First Steps Towards the Protection of Motherhood (1918)
Decree: Child Welfare (1918)
“New Woman” (from The New Morality and the Working Class) (1918)
The Socialist Movement of Women Workers in Different Countries (1919)
Forms of Organisation of Women Workers in the West (1919)
Communism and the Family (1920)
An Interesting Letter from Russia (1920) [letter from Kollontai to B. M. Montefiore]
Success to our work (Letter to Comrade Dora B. M. Montefiore) (1921)
The Activity of the International Secretariat of Communist Women (1921)
Theses on Communist Morality in the Sphere of Marital Relations (1921)
Third Congress of the Communist International, Report on Communist Women’s Movement (1921)
Sexual Relations and the Class Struggle (1921)
V. I. Lenin and the First Congress of Women Workers
Prostitution and ways of fighting it (1921)
The Labour of Women in the Evolution of the Economy (1921)
Soon (In 48 Years’ Time) (1922)
Make way for Winged Eros: A Letter to Working Youth (1923)
The Autobiography of a Sexually Emancipated Communist Woman (1926)
M. Kollontai to I. V. Stalin, February 26, 1931
Stalin’s Conversation with A. M. Kollontai (Nov. 1939)

“Die Jugendjahre” (1939) [In German but auto-translate works pretty well. This text autobiographical text about Kollontai’s youth has also been published in English as “And dreams came true”, as well as in Swedish and Finnish. An expanded version of this text has been published in Finnish as “Hetkiä elämästäni” and in Russian as “Летопись моей жизни”]

Fiction works:

See this critique of Kollontai’s fiction “Briefly about Aleksandra Kollontai’s fiction

A Great Love [includes “A Great Love”, “Sisters”, “The loves of three generations”]

A Great Love [includes “A great love”, “Thirty-two pages”, “Conversation piece”. This is translated by anti-communist writer Cathy Porter and includes a slanderous introduction by her]

Red Love



Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1920)
Lenin Eulogy (1924)
Soviet Literature (1934) (text) (audio)
Pushkin: An Appraisal (1937)
The People Must Know Their History! (1939) (text) (audio)
A letter to Stalin

Culture and the people [this book can be accessed by making a free account]

Literary Portraits [remarks on authors]

Other writings


Communist Morality (text) (audio)



(Unofficial English translations courtesy of A Red In Ohio)

Thälmann Works Volume I 1919-1928
Thälmann Volume II 1928-1930
Thälmann Works Volume III 1930-1932
Thälmann Volume IV 1932-1933

Deutsch (In German)

Thälmann Werke Band I 1919-1928
Thälmann Werke Band II 1928-1930
Thälmann Werke Band III 1930-1932
Thälmann Werke Band IV 1932-1933


Gottwald Writings (In Russian)


Walter Ulbrich

“How is the unity for the fall of Hitler?” (Aug 27 1939)
First Coincidence near Stalingrad – Talk with Catholic priest Josef Kayser (Feb 2 1944)
“Questions of the United Front in Germany“ (Aug 26 1939)

We shall continue on our good road of peace and socialism : New Year’s message by Walter Ulbricht

The German Democratic Republic acts in the interests of the German nation

Twenty five years after the unification of the working class : speech of Comrade Walter Ulbricht … 25th anniversary of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany, held on 17 December 1970

With confidence, optimism and fresh energy we enter the year of the 20th anniversary of the German Democratic Republic

In German/Im Deutschen:
Ein Leben für Deutschland



Strengthening the People’s Democratic Order
People’s Democratic Transformation in Hungary
Victory of the People’s Democracy in Hungary
Report to the Second Congress of the Hungarian Working People’s Party [text version] [audio version]
Speech at the Introduction of the Budget for 1953 in the National Assembly [text version] [audio version]
Speech at the Election Rally of the Hungarian People’s Independence Front on May 10, 1953 [text version] [audio version]
Some Problems of People’s Democracy
Problems of ideological and theoretical work in the Communist Party of Hungary
The Party—The Vanguard [text version] [audio version]
Rakosi speech at the Unity Congress of the Workers’ Party of Hungary

The upright Hungarian communist Mátyás Rákosi (a short biography)


On the Character of Our People’s Democracy
The activities of the C.C. of the Hungarian Communist Party (text) (audiobook)
Lukacs and Socialist Realism: A Hungarian Literary Controversy (text) (audiobook


About the Stakhanovite Movement in the People’s Democracies



People’s Poland (1948) (audiobook version)
The Six Year Plan (1950)


People’s Democracy in Eastern Europe

Consolidating the People’s Democracy in Rumania


Sverdlov: short_biographical_sketch (1932)
Yakov Sverdlov (1940) (A biographical film)


Kirov speeches and writings (1937) [In Russian]
The Great Citizen [part 1part 2] (1939) (A film about Kirov’s life)


The Fascist Offensive and the Tasks of the Communist International (Audiobook)
The Struggle for Peace (Audiobook)

The Fatherland Front and People’s Democracy

Work’s of Georgi Dimitrov [1951 edition. Later editions are censored and distorted by khrushchevite revisionists]

Selected Works in Three Volumes – Volume 1
Selected Works in Three Volumes – Volume 2
Selected Works in Three Volumes – Volume 3

These texts defend Bulgarian and Soviet revisionism but have some good information on Dimitrov:
Georgi Dimitrov: Fighter Against Fascism by Jack Dywien

Georgi Dimitrov: 90th Birth Anniversary by V. Avramova


Georgi Dimitrov And The Fight Against Titoism In Bulgaria
All Out to Fulfill the 1950 Economic Plan



On the Kurdish National Question (1972)

Ibrahim Kaypakkaya, Selected Works

Short biography of Kaypakkaya:
Life and Struggle of Kaypakkaya (2002)

HARRY HAYWOOD: (credit to The Marxist-Leninist for collecting a lot of this material on their site)


Comintern Resolutions on the African American National Question (1928 and 1930)
Lynching, A Weapon of of National Oppression (1932)
The Struggle for the Leninist Position on the Negro Question in the United States (1933)
The South Comes North in Detroit’s Own Scottsboro Case (1934)
Negro Liberation (1948)
For a Revolutionary Position on the Negro Question (1958)
Letter from Harry Haywood to the Provisional Organizing Committee (1958)
The Crisis and Growth of Negro Reformism and the Growth of Nationalism (1965)
The Two Epochs of Nation-Development: Is Black Nationalism a Form of Classical Nationalism? (1965)
Is the Black Bourgeoisie the Leader of the Black Liberation Movement? (1966)
The Nation of Islam: An Estimate (1967)
Unite to Build the New Party (1976)
Speech at CPML Congress: “We Have Taken the First Step on a Long March” (1977)

Searching for Answers
(from Black Bolshevik: Autobiography of an Afro-American Communist –1978)
Trotsky’s Day in Court (from Black Bolshevik: Autobiography of an Afro-American Communist –1978)
The Degeneration of the CPUSA in the 1950s (from Black Bolshevik: Autobiography of an Afro-American Communist –1978)

China and its Supporters Were Wrong About the USSR (1984)

Black Bolshevik: Autobiography of an Afro-American Communist (1978)

Other writings


ho chi mihn stalin lenin

Lenin And The Colonial Peoples (Jan 27, 1924)
Three letters from Ho Chi Minh (1939)
The Path Which Led Me To Leninism (1960)

Other writings


Seize the Time: The Story of the Black Panther Party and Huey P. Newton
by Bobby Seale (pdf) (audio)

On the Ideology of the Black Panther Party by Eldridge Cleaver
Soul On Ice by Eldridge Cleaver (pdf) (audio)

A history of the Black Panther Party (text) (audio)



The Wretched of the Earth (1965) (text) (audio)



Collected Works of Communist Party of Peru (text) (pdf)


Struggle of Colonial Peoples Against Imperialism (1948)
Right-Wing Social Democracy in the Service of Imperialism (1948)
The Atlantic Pact – An Instrument of American Imperialism in the Struggle for World Domination (1949)
Gloomy Prospect of the Capitalist World for 1950 (1950)
Growing Crisis of Colonial System of Imperialism (1952)

Other writings


Who are the enemies of the people? (March 26, 1983)
Political Orientation Speech (Oct 2, 1983)
Struggle for a bright future (Aug 4, 1983)
Power must be conquered by a conscious people (Aug 21, 1983)
The People’s revolutionary courts (Jan 3, 1984)
There is only one colour – that of African unity (Aug 1984)
On receiving the Josê Martî order (Sep 25, 1984)
Revolution is a perpetual teacher (Aug 4, 1987)
Last Written Speech
Thomas Sankara speaks: the Burkina Faso revolution 1983-87

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