Who is Trotsky?

  • (noun): Russian revolutionary and Communist theorist who helped Lenin and built up the army; he was ousted from the Communist Party by Stalin and eventually assassinated in Mexico (1879-1940).
    Synonyms: Leon Trotsky, Lev Davidovich Bronstein

Some articles on trotsky:

Left Review
... Review had refused to carry an advertisement for John Dewey's book The Case of Leon Trotsky, which published the report of the Dewey Commission which had defended ... Goebbels and from Leon Trotsky." ...
Marxistic - Variants - Trotskyism
... Trotskyism is the usual term for followers of the ideas of Russian Marxist Leon Trotsky, the second most prominent leader of the Russian Revolution ... Trotsky was a contemporary of Lenin from the early years of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, where he led a small trend in competition with ... for their negative appraisal of the post-Lenin Soviet Union that is to say, after Trotsky was expelled by a majority vote from the CPSU and subsequently from the Soviet Union ...
The Assassination Of Trotsky
... The Assassination of Trotsky is a 1972 British film directed by Joseph Losey with a screenplay by Nicholas Mosley ... It starred Richard Burton as Leon Trotsky, as well as Romy Schneider and Alain Delon ...
Literature And Revolution
... criticism from the Marxist standpoint written by Leon Trotsky in 1924 ... trends that were around in Russia between the revolutions of 1905 and 1917 Trotsky analysed the concrete forces in society, both progressive as well as ... In the book Trotsky also explained that since the dawn of civilisation art had always borne the stamp of the ruling class and was primarily a vehicle that expressed its tastes and its ...
The Assassination Of Trotsky - Plot
... Trotsky had been forced to leave the Soviet Union in 1929 ... The killer decides to infiltrate Trotsky's house by befriending one of the young communists in Trotsky's circle ...

Famous quotes containing the word trotsky:

    The historic ascent of humanity, taken as a whole, may be summarized as a succession of victories of consciousness over blind forces—in nature, in society, in man himself.
    —Leon Trotsky (1879–1940)

    In inner-party politics, these methods lead, as we shall yet see, to this: the party organization substitutes itself for the party, the central committee substitutes itself for the organization, and, finally, a “dictator” substitutes himself for the central committee.
    —Leon Trotsky (1879–1940)

    It was the supreme expression of the mediocrity of the apparatus that Stalin himself rose to his position.
    —Leon Trotsky (1879–1940)