Stalinism on the Clyde: Workers' Liberty 3/43

Stalinism on the Clyde

Submitted by cathy n on 27 January, 2014 - 11:14

Shortly after Harry McShane’s death in 1988 the Marxist historian Ray Challinor wrote:

““Your readers will remember the famous picture of Lenin addressing an open-air meeting in Moscow. On the steps of the rostrum stood Trotsky. But subsequently, when the picture was republished, Trotsky’s figure had been removed.”

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