Third Camp Marxism

US Imperialism and the Political War for Korea: Clash Tests U. S. Position in Far East

Submitted by dalcassian on 6 August, 2013 - 8:03

After only four or five
days of war, it has become painfully
apparen~ that Stalinism has won the
political war for Korea. Whatever one
thinks or speculates about the Russian
timetable in military terms, they certainly
never limited their objectives
to military conquest. The Russians
must have calculated on the minds and
wills of the twenty millions of South
Korean people. This is now assured
them by the sheer emptiness of the alternative.
The Koreans will not fight
or wish success to a foreign army

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Trotsky's widow broadcasts to the Russian workers, 1956: "New Regime of Lies—But Stalin's Old Methods"

Submitted by dalcassian on 8 August, 2014 - 11:51 Author: Natalia Ivanovna Sedova (widow of Leon Trotsky)

This is Natalia Ivanovna Sedova, widow of Leon Davidovich Trotsky, speaking from Mexico City. I am addressing myself to the workers and peasants and, in the first place, to the young people in Soviet Russia. The present rulers, Khrushchev, Bulganin, Mikoyan and others, having inherited the Stalinist dictatorship, are conducting an intensive propaganda campaign so as to distract from themselves the powerful wave of dissatisfaction and hatred for the thieves of the victories of 'the proletarian revolution, a wave "which grew in your hearts.

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Stalinist Terror: The First Sixteen Years, to the Murder of Trotsky

Submitted by dalcassian on 6 December, 2013 - 1:01

The Struggle Begins

THE murder of Leon Trotsky culminated an epoch. It marked the end of the epoch of Old Bolsheviks, for Leon Trotsky was the lone survivor of that grand school of revolutionary Marxists. His murder at the same time was the final personal victory of Cain Stalin, and, if any more evidence was required, of the irrevocable counter-revolutionary degeneration of his bureaucracy in the Soviet Union and therewith the Communist International.

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Is The Time Ripe For The Slogan ‘The United States Of Europe’ ? (June 1923)

Submitted by dalcassian on 9 July, 2016 - 3:09 Author: Leon Trotsky

The motor force driving to war was this, that the capitalist forces of production had outgrown the framework of European national states. Germany had set herself the task of “organizing” Europe, i.e., of uniting economically the European continent under her own control, in order then seriously to set about contending with Britain for world power. France’s aim was to dismember Germany.

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An open letter to Ignazio Silone

Submitted by cathy n on 25 October, 2006 - 2:03

Dear Comrade Silone

We were glad to publish your political statement in Labor Action (see left), for we know that what you have to say will be of justifiably great interest to all who admire your novels as well as all who respect your past contributions to the struggle for socialism and human rights.

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