Anniversary of Leon Trotsky’s Assassination

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On 21 August 1940 Leon Trotsky, the Marxist thinker and fighter, and co-leader of the Russian Revolution, along with Lenin, was murdered by one of Stalin’s agents.

’Trotsky’s Assassination’ originally appeared in the quarterly theoretical magazine of the Militant (now the Socialist Party – England and Wales section of the CWI), in 1980.

Lynn Walsh honours there the life and struggles of this great socialist revolutionary.

Read the article on our theoretical website, marxist.net

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