Leon Trotsky – A Revolutionary Whose Ideas Couldn’t Be Killed

This year marks the 81st anniversary of the assassination of the outstanding socialist revolutionary, Leon Trotsky, by an agent of Stalin, on 21 August 1940. Last year, the CWI published a new book on his life and ideas  – Leon Trotsky – a revolutionary whose ideas couldn’t be killed. The book includes essays on Trotsky on the role of the revolutionary party and October 1917, Stalinism, the permanent revolution, the Transitional Programme, fascism, and the national question. This is a must-read for workers and youth who want to find out about Trotskyism and ideas to change the world.

Copies of this popular book are still available. Orders can be made via http://leftbooks.co.uk/Leon-Trotsky-A-Revolutionary-Whose-Ideas-Couldnt-Be-Killed-pre-order


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