Trotskyism against World Peace

BROWDER, Earl

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New York: Workers Library Publishers, (1937). 12mo. Wraps. 15 p. Seidman B511. [17355]

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"The text of a speech by the general secretary of the Party, pointing to the Moscow trials as proof that Trotsky and his asociates had plotted with fascism for world war. Since they could come to power only through foreign armed power, Trotsky's group agreed with Germany and Japan to partition Soviet territory and grant economic privileges to those imperialist states" - Seidman.



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