The two Trotskyisms during World War 2: Workers' Liberty 3/48

Submitted by AWL on 10 December, 2014 - 8:15

Tracing the development of "two Trotskyisms" through from the 1940 split to the 1944 polemic between Harry Braverman and Max Shachtman.

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The pagination in the pdf is correct, but, by a mishap, the pages of the printed version of Workers' Liberty 3/48, as a pull-out in Solidarity 347, are in the wrong order. Our apologies to readers.

Check the printed version with the pdf, or follow this guide:

Page 2 has been mistakenly swapped with page 6, and page 7 with page 11.

The printed pull-out can be navigated as follows:

1: the first page, with the masthead and the main headline; then

2: the page numbered 6, with the crossheads "More Unbridled" and "Not Stable"; then

3: the page numbered 3, with a picture of James Cannon and Max Shachtman in the top right corner; then

4: the page numbered 4, with the headline "Defending the Soviet Union"; then

5: the page numbered 5, with the cartoon of a man with a "Fourth International" flag in the top right corner; then

6: the page numbered 2, with a box with a headline "Calling for a new start, 1940"; then

7: the page numbered 11, with the crossheads "The Question of 'Parentage'" and "Trade Unions"; then

8: the page numbered 8, with a box with a headline "From Shamefacedness to Solid Brass"; then

9: the page numbered 9, with the crossheads "Unions" and "Political Power and Property"; then

10: the page numbered 10, with the cartoon about the Stalinist constitution in the top right corner; then

11: the page numbered 7, with the headline near the bottom of the page "What is Trotskyism?"; then

12: the page numbered 12, with a headline "What is Leninism?".

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