Workers' Liberty 3/31: Trotsky and the Russian Stalinist state
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- 1. Russia's invasion of Poland and Finland: What happened in 1939-40
- 2. The response of the Trotskyists to Russia's invasions
- 3. Not Trotsky’s positions on the invasions
- 4. The real, as distinct from the mythical, disputes in the Fourth International
- 5. Did Trotsky break new ground on the class nature of Russia in 1939?
- 6. New, bureaucratic, revolutions?
- 7. The Fourth International and the Russian invasion of Finland
- 8. “Socialism in one country” and Trotsky’s rejection of “bureaucratic collectivism”
- 9. The Nightfall of Capitalism?
- 10. Russia: a “conjunctural” new class society?
- 11. Leon Trotsky and Bruno Rizzi
- 12. Lenin's "Democratic Dictatorship of Proletariat" in 1917 and Trotsky's Russian "Degenerated Workers' State" in 1940
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