National Question

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The National Question is a term used for a variety of issues related to nationalism. It is seen especially often in socialist thought and doctrine.

In socialism[edit]

  • "Theses on the National Question", writings by Vladimir Lenin in 1913, first published in 1925[1]
  • "The Problem of Nationalities", Chapter 39 of Trotsky's History of the Russia Revolution, Vol 3: The Triumph of the Soviets[2]
  • Marxism and the National Question, a 1913 pamphlet by Joseph Stalin on the definition and roles of nations within Marxism
  • Zur nationalen Frage in Österreich, a 1937 articles by Alfred Klahr on Austria

Other 'national questions'[edit]

See also[edit]