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  1. Défense de Léon Trotsky

    Défense de Léon Trotsky

    Léon Trotsky (1879-1940) compte parmi les figures les plus grandes et les plus controversées de l’histoire politique du vingtième siècle. De son vivant, il fut la cible d’une odieuse campagne de mensonges et d’accusations de la part du régime stalinien en URSS, qui culmina par l’assassinat du chef révolutionnaire exilé. Soixante-dix ans après le meurtre de Trotsky, les distortions et falsifications historiques staliniennes, depuis longtemps discréditées, se retrouvent dans le courant dominant de la pensée universitaire. Learn More
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  2. The Truth About the Killing of Daniel Yock

    The Truth About the Killing of Daniel Yock

    This book contains the results of the Workers Inquiry into the death of Daniel Yock, an 18-year-old Queensland, Australia Aboriginal youth who died in police custody November 7, 1993. Learn More
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  3. Was There an Alternative to Stalinism in the USSR?

    Was There an Alternative to Stalinism in the USSR?

    In these two essays Russian Marxist Historian Vadim Rogovin refutes the claim that the rise of Stalinism in the USSR was the inexorable product of the October Revolution. He demonstrates that there existed a strong movement led by Leon Trotsky which offered a realistic alternative to Stalinism and that a struggle against this movement was the primary function of the Stalinist terror.

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  4. Trotskyism vs. Stalinism

    Trotskyism vs. Stalinism

    This pamphlet contains a speech given by David North in 1987 on the occasion of the 47th anniversary of the assassination of Leon Trotsky. It reviews the history of Trotsky's struggle against the Stalinist bureaucracy in the Soviet Union. Learn More
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  5. Trotsky's Writings on Britain, Volume 2

    Trotsky's Writings on Britain, Volume 2

    The first part of this volume contains the essay Where is Britain Going? published in 1925. The second section contains Trotsky's replies to critics. Learn More
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  6. Trotsky's Writings on Britain, Volume 3

    Trotsky's Writings on Britain, Volume 3

    This volume covers the period of 1929 to 1940 and is arranged around three topics: the decline of British imperialism, the struggle against centrism and the movement for colonial liberation. Learn More
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  7. The Workers League and the Founding of the Socialist Equality Party

    The Workers League and the Founding of the Socialist Equality Party

    This pamphlet contains a report delivered by Workers League National Secretary David North to a meeting of the Workers League membership on June, 25 1995. It elaborates the political and theoretical foundations upon which the Workers League based its decision to found a new party. Learn More
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  8. Trotsky's Writings on Britain, Volume 1

    Trotsky's Writings on Britain, Volume 1

    This volume contains articles by Trotsky on British history and culture, in many cases extracted from larger works. This is the first volume of a three-volume set containing all of Trotsky's writings on Britain. Learn More
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  9. The USSR and Socialism: The Trotskyist Perspective

    The USSR and Socialism: The Trotskyist Perspective

    In November 1989 Workers League National Secretary David North traveled to the Soviet Union on behalf of the International Committee of the Fourth International. This pamphlet contains the text of a lecture presented at the Historical Archival Institute in Moscow as well as the text of discussions held with Soviet students and journalists. Learn More
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  10. Two Lectures: Stalin's Great Terror and Leon Trotsky and the Fate of Marxism in the USSR

    Two Lectures: Stalin's Great Terror and Leon Trotsky and the Fate of Marxism in the USSR

    In 1996, Russian Marxist historian Vadim Rogovin traveled to Australia to deliver these lectures. Rogovin's central thesis is that there was and remains a Marxist alternative to Stalinism. He demonstrates that Stalin's Great Terror was not the irrational response of a paranoid tyrant, but was precipitated by the need of the Stalinist bureaucracy to eradicate the growing socialist opposition to its rule, led by Trotsky and the Left Opposition. Learn More
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