Born in Budapest, Hungary during the 1919 Revolution, Bill Brust, at the age of eighteen and in the midst of the Great Depression, made a decision to fight for the working class and socialist principles. For over 53 years that choice gave meaning to his life. He died on September 15, 1991, after a short illness, still devoted to the struggle for international socialism.
This book contains a selection of Bill Brust’s articles and essays, drawn from his decades as a fighter for Trotskyism. They reflect a wide range of interests, from the struggle of the labor movement in Minnesota, where Bill made his home, to questions of history and the problems of the international working class. Edited and with an introduction by his wife and comrade, Jean Brust.