Trotsky subjects Stalin's accusations at the Moscow Trials to withering attack. The text of this speech was prepared for a 1937 mass rally at the Hippodrome in New York City which Trotsky planned to address by telephone hookup. At the last minute the phone connection was disrupted, so the text was read aloud to the audience of 6,600. Learn More
This is the text of a speech Trotsky gave before an audience of Social Democratic students in Copenhagen in 1932. It was to be the last time Trotsky was able to speak before a mass public audience. Learn More
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, two by Trotsky and one by Sedov's mother, Natalia Sedova. 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.
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