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Leon Sedov, the son of Leon Trotsky and Natalia Sedova, was the victim of a medical murder organized by the Stalinist GPU in February 1938. This pamphlet contains three articles: The first is Trotsky's moving tribute to his son, friend and fellow fighter written just days after hearing the terrible news of Sedov's death. The second is an appreciation of Trotsky and Sedov written by Natalia, which includes an account of the GPU's attempt on Trotsky's life on May 24, 1940. The final part is a letter written by Trotsky in 1938 to the French legal authorities demanding an inquiry into Sedov's death. Learn More
This volume contains a collection of Trotsky's writings on the Chinese revolution of 1925-27 and its aftermath. Learn More
This pamphlet contains three articles by Leon Trotsky. Trotsky wrote the first two essays on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the death of Friedrich Engels, the lifelong collaborator of Karl Marx.
This pamphlet is the stenographic record of a discussion between Trotsky and leaders of the Socialist Workers Party in the United States in the spring and summer of 1938. Learn More
Contains a selection of Trotsky's speeches. Covers three periods of Trotsky's life, 1906-1917; 1917-1929 and 1929-1940. Learn More
First published in 1924, these essays by Trotsky illuminate the problem of literary creation in the first workers state.
"Trotsky was perhaps the greatest representative in history of the Marxist school of literary criticism, which itself incorporated what was most farsighted in the aesthetic criticism produced by the bourgeois-democratic revolutions of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries."
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Five articles by Trotsky, founder of the Red Army, written between 1921 and 1924. Learn More
Contains articles written by Trotsky on the relation of the Marxist party to the trade unions. Learn More
Speech by Trotsky at the commemorative plenum of the Moscow Soviet, April 24, 1924 Learn More
At a time when old Stalinist lies about Trotsky are again being revived, My Life is essential reading.
This is an extraordinary work. Trotsky published this autobiography in 1930 while residing in Turkey, where Stalin had sent him into exile.
Trotsky's life is inseparably bound up with the great events of the first half of the 20th Century. Trotsky not only authored the theory of permanent revolution, which correctly anticipated the 1917 Russian Revolution, but played a key practical role. He was elected head of the Petrograd Soviet in 1905 and organized the October 1917 insurrection that brought the Bolsheviks to power. He later organized and led the Red Army in the Civil War to defend the revolution against internal and external counterrevolutionary forces.