Well, that reference would have failed too, because it is generally rendered in English as What is to be done?.
To reverse the situation, if it was me who wrote your post, I could use "What to do?" title, referring to the novel by XIX century Russian writer N. Chernyshevsky. Would you think about googling for this title? Well, perhaps you heard about Lenin's article with the same name so you would think about googling for it, dunno.
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