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Left Opposition and Struggle Against Stalinism

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  1. Art as the Cognition of Life: Aleksandr Konstantinovich Voronsky

    Art as the Cognition of Life: Aleksandr Konstantinovich Voronsky

    Voronsky was an outstanding figure of post-revolutionary Soviet intellectual life, editor of the most important literary journal of the 1920s in the USSR and a supporter of Trotsky and the Left Opposition in the struggle against Stalinism. He was executed by Stalin in 1937. A defender of the "fellow traveler" writers and an opponent of the Proletarian Culture movement, Voronsky was one of the authentic representatives of classical Marxism in the field of literary criticism in the twentieth century. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution

    The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution

    This work is vital reading for those wishing to gain a deeper understanding of the failed Chinese revolution of 1925-27, one of the most significant events of the twentieth century. Contains Trotsky's original introduction. Learn More
  4. The Third International After Lenin

    The Third International After Lenin

    This book contains four articles by Trotsky devoted to fundamental problems of the revolutionary movement. Learn More
  5. Leon Trotsky on France

    Leon Trotsky on France

    This volume contains a series of articles written by Trotsky in the period 1934-1939, between the installation of the right wing Doumergue government in 1934 and the election of the Popular Front government of Leon Blum in 1936 and the ensuing massive general strike. Learn More
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. The Revolution Betrayed

    The Revolution Betrayed

    In the annals of political literature, few works have withstood the test of time so well as Leon Trotsky's The Revolution Betrayed. More than 70 years after its initial publication, its analysis of the structure and dynamics of Soviet society and of the Soviet Union remains unsurpassed. Learn More
  9. The Red Book

    The Red Book

    Written in 1936 by Trotsky's eldest son and closest political collaborator, this book was a meticulous exposure of the first Moscow Trial ("Trial of the Sixteen") organized by Stalin to justify the liquidation of the surviving leaders of the October Revolution. Learn More
  10. Problems of the British Revolution

    Problems of the British Revolution

    Written in 1925-26 on the eve of the general strike and first published under the title "Where is Britain Going?", this collection of four essays examines the role of Fabianism in the British labor movement. Learn More

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