“Bukharin is not only a most valuable and major theorist of the Party; he is also rightly considered the favourite of the whole Party, but his theoretical views can be classified as fully Marxist only with great reserve, for there is something scholastic about him (he has never made a study of the dialectics, and, I think, never fully understood it).” V.I. Lenin 1922.


1915: Toward a Theory of the Imperialist State

1917: Imperialism and World Economy
1917: The Russian Revolution and Its Significance

1918: Anarchy and Scientific Communism
1918: Programme of the World Revolution

1919: Church and School in the Soviet Republic
1919: The Red Army and the Counter Revolution
1919: Soviets or Parliament

1920: The ABC of Communism with Evgenii Preobrazhensky
1920: On Parliamentarism
1920: The Secret of the League (part I)
1920: The Secret of the League (part II)
1920: The Organisation of the Army and the Structure of Society
1920: Common Work for the Common Pot

1921: The Era of Great Works
1921: The New Economic Policy Of Soviet Russia
1921: Historical Materialism—a system of Sociology

1922: Economic Organization in Soviet Russia

1923: A Great Marxian Party
1923: The Twelfth Congress of the Russian Communist Party

1924: Imperialism and the Accumulation of Capital
1924: The Theory of Permanent Revolution

1926: The Tasks of the Russian Communist Party

1927: Economic Theory of the Leisure Class
1927: The World Revolution and the U.S.S.R.

1928: New Forms of the World Crisis

1930: Finance Capital in Papal Robes. A Challenge!

1931: Theory and Practice from the Standpoint of Dialectical Materialism

1933: Marx’s Teaching and its Historical Importance

1934: Poetry, Poetics and the Problems of Poetry in the U.S.S.R.

1938: The Case of Bukharin, from the Moscow Trials