Marxism and Stalinism

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.

Click here to download as pdf or read online.

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:

Workers' Liberty 3/11: 1917 - revolution for freedom and equality

Submitted by AWL on 7 April, 2007 - 10:57

The Russian Revolution, the Stalinist counter-revolution, and the working class (Analyses from Labor Action and The New International, 1942 to 1957)
Download pdfs (without pictures): pages 1 to 8; pages 9 to 16, or read it on this website by clicking here.

Stalinism and its zig zags

Submitted by cathy n on 12 December, 2018 - 2:03 Author: Sean Matgamna

To understand Casablanca’s subtexts, we need to look at what the Stalinists were doing in the 1930s and in 1942.

The Communist parties wore political masks, dressed for different parts, and changed their guise as and when Moscow thought they needed to. At the heart was keeping in alignment with Russian interests, needs and directives.

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