This set includes some of Russian Marxist historian Vadim Rogovin's most important writings: 1937: Stalin's Year of Terror; 1937-1938: Political Genocide in the USSR; and Two Lectures: Stalin's Great Terror and Leon Trotsky and the Fate of Marxism in the USSR. In addition, it includes a tribute by David North to the author of these works. Rogovin died in 1998 after completing six volumes of a seven volume series on political conflicts within the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Communist International between 1922 and 1940. Key to his analysis is his insistence that there existed a viable political alternative to Stalinism in the policies advanced by Leon Trotsky and the Left Opposition.
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