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Leon Trotsky. Writings. 1937-1938

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Leon Trotsky. Writings. 1937-1938
New York: Pathfinder Press, 1976. — 513 p. — ISBN 0-87348-468-1; ISBN 0-87348-469-x
The life and work of Leon Trotsky may be conveniently divided into three parts: from his birth in 1879 to the Russian Revolution in 1917, when he became a leader of the new Soviet government; from 1917 to 1929, when he was exiled to Turkey; his third and last period of exile, from 1929 to his assassination in Mexico in 1940. It is generally agreed that his writings in this exile period were the most mature expression of his ideas and philosophy. With the publication of the twelve-volume Writings of Leon Trotsky (1929-40) it can be said that everything written by Trotsky in this period and published in any language during his lifetime or since is now available to the English-reading public. The Writings series has brought together many pamphlets, articles, and letters previously translated into English but difficult to locate because they appeared in periodicals unknown to the general reader or in internal bulletins restricted to the membership of various small political organizations; in addition, it includes many articles that had never been translated into English before, and many others that had not been published in any language anywhere. Counting the twelve volumes in this series, the total of Trotsky's published work from the eleven and a half years of his last exile runs between 9,500 and 10,000 printed pages-the equivalent of around twenty-eight average-sized volumes.
Contents
Preface
Chronology
Ninety Years of the Communist Manifesto (October 30, 1937)
It Is High Time to Launch a World Offensive Against Stalinism (November 2, 1937)
Once Again: The USSR and Its Defense (November 4, 1937)
An "Attempt" on Stalin's Life (November 4, 1937)
America's Sixty Families (November 8, 1937)
Letter on American Problems (November 14, 1937)
Letter to Comrade Wasserman (November 14, 1937)
Coming Trials to Reveal Secret Plans of GPU (November 16, 1937)
How to Struggle Against War (November 17, 1937)
Bertram Wolfe on the Moscow Trials (November 25, 1937)
Not a Workers' and Not a Bourgeois State? (November 25, 1937)
For a Revolutionary Publishing House (November 29, 1937)
Moscow-Amsterdam "Unity" (November 29, 1937)
An FBI Agent's Story (December 1, 1937)
A Few Words on Lutte Ouvriere (December 2, 1937)
The Future of the Dutch Section (December 2, 1937)
A Letter to the New York Times (December 3, 1937)
Defeatism vs. Defensism (December 6, 1937)
A Suggestion on Burnham (December 6, 1937)
On Democratic Centralism (December 8, 1937)
Two Defections in One Week (December 9, 1937)
Telegram to the Dewey Commission (December 9, 1937)
Statement to Journalists on the Dewey Verdict (December 13, 1937)
Permission to Use Articles (December 14, 1937)
How to Conduct a Political Discussion (December 15, 1937)
Letter to the New International (December 15, 1937)
Greetings to Norway (December 19, 1937)
Answers to Questions of Marianne (December 20, 1937)
Intellectuals and the Party Milieu (December 21, 1937)
Letter to Australians (December 23, 1937)
The Spanish Lesson for the Fourth International (December 24, 1937)
For a Permanent Defense Committee (December 30, 1937)
On Modern Monthly (December 31, 1937)
Letter on Defeatism (January 2, 1938)
Does the Soviet Government Still Follow the Principles Adopted Twenty Years Ago? (January 13, 1938)
Hue and Cry Over Kronstadt (January 15, 1938)
Sneevliet's Role (January 21, 1938)
Open Letter to De Nieuwe Fakkel (January 21, 1938)
Conclusion of a Long Experience (January 21, 1938)
An Excellent Article on Defeatism (January 26, 1938)
Factory Papers and a Theoretical Journal (January 27, 1938)
The Ludlow Amendment (February 1, 1938)
Letter to an American Youth (February 4, 1938)
Optimistic over the Future (February 4, 1938)
A New GPU Attempt (February 15, 1938)
The Possibility of Foul Play (February 18, 1938)
Leon Sedov—Son, Friend, Fighter (February 20, 1938)
After Sedov's Death (February 22, 1938)
A Fresh Attack on Asylum (February 24, 1938)
The Trial of the Twenty-One (February 28, 1938)
Eight Ministers (March 1, 1938)
Trial Seen as Reply to Dewey Commission (March 2, 1938)
To the Attention of Thinking People (March 3, 1938)
Behind the Moscow Trials (March 3, 1938)
Four Doctors Knew Too Much (March 3, 1938)
The Secret Alliance with Germany (March 3, 1938)
Corrections and Observations on the Testimony of the Accused (March 4, 1938)
The "Million Dollars" (March 5, 1938)
Army Opposed to Stalin (March 6, 1938)
Why So Many Centers? Why Do They All Submit to Trotsky? (March 6, 1938)
The Role of Yagoda (March 7, 1938)
Strange New Developments (March 7, 1938)
Anachronisms (March 8, 1938)
Moscow's Diplomatic Plans and the Trials (March 8, 1938)
Stalin's Article on World Revolution (March 9, 1938)
Message to New York Protest Meeting (March 9, 1938)
A Key to the Russian Trials (March 10, 1938)
The Case of Professor Pletnev (March 10, 1938)
Letter to Jeanne Martin (March 10, 1938)
The Defendants Zelensky and Ivanov (March 11, 1938)
Again on the Reiss Case (March 12, 1938)
Hitler's Austria Coup Aided by Moscow Trial (March 12, 1938)
On Hearst (March 13, 1938)
An Explanation for Freda Kirchwey (March 13, 1938)
Notes in the Margin of Pravda's Accounts (March 1938)
Cain-Dzhugashvili Goes the Whole Way (March 17, 1938)
A Reply to Ambassador Bilmanis (March 17, 1938)
New Defectors (March 17, 1938)
The Priests of Half-Truth (March 19, 1938)
Discussions with Trotsky: I—The International Conference (March 20, 1938)
Discussions with Trotsky: II—Defense Organization and Attitude Toward Intellectuals (March 24, 1938)
Discussions with Trotsky: III—The Russian Question (March 25, 1938)
Roosevelt's Statement on Trotskyists in Russia (March 29, 1938)
Letter to the League of Nations (March 31, 1938)
For the Reorganization of the Mexican Section (April 15, 1938)
Toward a Genuine British Section (April 15, 1938)
Letter to James P. Cannon (April 15, 1938)
Thoughts on the French Section (April 19, 1938)
More on European Problems (April 20, 1938)
The Mexican Oil Expropriations (April 23, 1938)
Europe or San Francisco? (May 12, 1938)
For an Immediate Trip to Europe (May 16, 1938)
On C.LR. James (May 17, 1938)
Learn to Think (May 22, 1938)
Once More on Comrades Sneevliet and Vereecken (May 24, 1938)
No Obstacle to Common Vote (May 25, 1938)
"For" the Fourth International? No! the Fourth International! (May 31, 1938)
Revolutionary Art and the Fourth International (June I, 1938)
Remarks on Czechoslovakia (June 2, 1938)
Mexico and British Imperialism (June 5, 1938)
On the Edge of a Precipice (June 12, 1938)
No, It Is Not the Same (June 18, 1938)
To the Congress of the Revolutionary Socialist Party of Belgium (June 22, 1938)
For an Open Polemic with the Liberals (June 29, 1938)
Stalin and Accomplices Condemned (July 5, 1938)
More on the Suppression of Kronstadt (July 7, 1938)
For Freedom in Education (July 10, 1938)
On the Anniversary of Reiss's Death (July 17, 1938)
To the Conference of the Young People's Socialist League (July 18, 1938)
The Disappearance of Rudolf Klement (July 18, 1938)
Was Leon Sedov Murdered? (July 19, 1938)
My Conspiracy (July 19, 1938)
Financing the Revolutionary Movement (July 23, 1938)
The Forthcoming Trial of the Diplomats (July 25, 1938)
A "Letter" from Rudolf Klement (August 1, 1938)
On the Fate of Rudolf Klement (August 3, 1938)
The SinoJapanese Struggle (August 11, 1938)
The USSR and Japan (August 11, 1938)
Answers to the Questions of Lloyd Tupling (August 12, 1938)
Freedom of the Press and the Working Class (August 21, 1938)
Further Evidence of GPU Guilt in Sedov Death (August 24, 1938)
Trade Union Congress Staged by CP (August 27, 1938)
The Congress Against War and Fascism (August 1938)
Fascism and the Colonial World (August 1938)
A Great Achievement (August 30, 1938)
Another Stalinist Ploy (September 4, 1938)
The Totalitarian Defeatist in the Kremlin (September 12, 1938)
Letter to Rose Karsner (September 13, 1938)
Yes or No? (September 14, 1938)
"Toward a Decision" (September 17, 1938)
Other Writings of 1937-38
Books and Pamphlets by Leon Trotsky
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