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Russia and Soviet Union

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  1. Solidarity in Poland 1980-81 and the Perspective of Political Revolution

    Solidarity in Poland 1980-81 and the Perspective of Political Revolution

    This book traces the historical and social origins, the international context and the unfolding of the struggle of the Polish working class in 1980-81. Learn More
    $11.95
  2. Social Democracy and the Wars of Intervention 1918-1921

    Social Democracy and the Wars of Intervention 1918-1921

    This book was originally published under the title Between Red and White. It contains an account by Trotsky of the Civil War in the Caucasus, with a focus on events in Georgia. Learn More
    $12.95
  3. The Second Congress of the Communist International, Vol. 2

    The Second Congress of the Communist International, Vol. 2

    The second of two volumes containing the complete minutes of the Second Congress of the Communist International (Comintern) held in 1920. Learn More
    $14.95
  4. 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
    $3.00
  5. What Is Happening in the USSR: Gorbachev and the Crisis of Stalinism

    What Is Happening in the USSR: Gorbachev and the Crisis of Stalinism

    This pamphlet contains a statement by the world Trotskyist movement analyzing the policies of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev's glasnost reform program. Learn More
    $2.00
  6. Why Study the Russian Revolution

    Why Study the Russian Revolution

    David North answers the question with ten reasons, followed by a summary of the main events from the February revolution to the October seizure of power by the Bolshevik Party.

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    $3.50
  7. History of the Russian Revolution

    History of the Russian Revolution

    In this work, Trotsky, writing from the unique vantage point of a leading participant in both the 1905 and the October 1917 revolutions, explains the historical events, socio-economic processes, and political struggles that led to the creation of the world’s first workers’ state. Learn More
    $32.00
  8. 1905 By Leon Trotsky

    1905 By Leon Trotsky

    1905 is an account by Trotsky of the events surrounding the great revolutionary uprising in Russia that year. Long out of print, this book is crucial reading for those seeking an understanding of these great events which served as a "dress rehearsal" for the 1917 Russian Revolution. In his introduction Trotsky notes that the experiences of the 1905 revolution laid his basis for the theory of Permanent Revolution, which formed the theoretical framework for the seizure of power by the Bolsheviks in 1917. The essays by Trotsky are written from the unique vantage point of a participant of the tumultuous events themselves. Learn More
    $22.00
  9. In Defense of Leon Trotsky (second edition)

    In Defense of Leon Trotsky (second edition)

    David North defends Trotsky’s legacy against the campaign of historical falsification begun by Stalin and continuing to this day. While Stalin assassinated Trotsky in 1940, he was unable to silence the Fourth International, founded to embody the revolutionary heritage of 1917. This work contains a devastating refutation of biographies of Trotsky published in recent years by three British historians: Ian Thatcher, Geoffrey Swain and Robert Service. The significantly expanded edition contains a new foreword, four new chapters and two appendices. Learn More

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  10. The Russian Revolution and the Unfinished Twentieth Century

    The Russian Revolution and the Unfinished Twentieth Century

    One hundred years after the outbreak of World War I and the Russian Revolution, none of the problems of the twentieth century—devastating wars, economic crises, social inequality, and the threat of dictatorship—have been solved. In fact, they are posed even more sharply today. David North argues against contemporary historians who maintain that the dissolution of the USSR signaled the “end of history” (Fukuyama), or the “short twentieth century”(Hobsbawm). Learn More

    Starting at: $9.99

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