Joseph Stalin Collectived Works Volume 6: JV Stalin (1924) Trotskyism or Leninism? – Speech Delivered at the Plenum of the Communist Group in the A.U.C.C.T.U., November
Society for Co-operation in Russian and Soviet Studies (SCRSS) We braved the sub-zero temperatures today, to travel by Tube to Brixton and visit the headquarters
Society for Co-operation in Russian and Soviet Studies (SCRSS) Communist Party International Bolshevik (UK) Sutton Communists – ML (SouthWest) London We had been looking forward
‘FORWARD’ (Вперед) Online Newspaper of the Communist Party of Donetsk ARTICLES IN ENGLISH (Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) “Forward” (Вперед) is the oline newspaper of
Although he claims to be non-factional, Trotsky is known to everybody who is in the least familiar with the working-class movement in Russia as the representative of “Trotsky’s faction”. Here we have group-division, for we see two essential symptoms of it: (1) nominal recognition of unity and (2) group segregation in fact. Here there are remnants of group-division, for there is no evidence whatever of any real connection with the mass working-class movement in Russia.
Trotskyite followers tend to perpetuate the ‘myth’ that somehow Leon Trotsky was Lenin’s successor in-waiting, and that the nasty Joseph Stalin ‘stole’ that role. However,