of the U.S.S.R. 1928: Reply to Stalin Or, more specifically, the writings of the Italian left communist Amadeo Bordiga. 1933: To the Austrian S.D. 1924: First Five Years of the Communist International Volume II Significant work! act of performing a speech to a live audience in a structured manner A few days ago when the question of the uprising was raised, we were told that we were isolating ourselves, that we were drifting on the rocks … 1933: Foreword to Leninism versus Stalinism (article) 1937: Stalinism and Bolshevism (essay) 1917: The July Uprising (article) 1901: On Optimism and Pessimism; on the 20th Century and on Many Other Issues On the German Revolution: A Speech to the Moscow Metal Workers, Lenin – The Philistine and the Revolutionary, Class and Art – Culture Under the Dictatorship, First Five Years of the Communist International, Against Bureaucracy, Progressive and Unprogressive, The Letter of Comrade Trotsky to the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Russian Communist Party, Towards Capitalism or Towards Socialism? 1937: Trotsky’s Telegram to the Commission, 1938: Listen to Trotsky in English on his radio broadcast on the founding of the Fourth International 1930: Letter to Revolutionary Age 1936: Once Again – The ILP 1935: Edouard Herriot – Politician of the Golden Mean 1922: To Comrade Ker 1919: To the Spartacus League of Germany and the Communist Party of German Austria 1920: Trotsky’ Military Writings, Volume 3 (collection of articles, essays & lectures)For a PDF version, click here. 1929: Bessedovsky’s “Revelations” 1930: The Slogan of the National Assembly in China In 1929, he was expelled from the Communist Party by the Stalinist faction of the Party and then deported from the USSR. 1936: Stalin Plans Wholesale Persecution Who Defends Hitler? 1939: Marxism in Our Time [book] Significant work! Soviet Commissar of Foreign Affairs 1917–1918 and Commissar of Military and Naval Affairs 1918–1924. 1928: Some Remarks on the Sixth Congress 1930: Notes of a Journalist 1931: Stalin and the Chinese Revolution – Facts and Documents 1922: Bourgeois Public Opinion, Social Democracy and Communism (extract from Between Red and White – alternative translation) Leon Trotsky. 1927: The Appeal to Party Members 1931: The Question of Trade Union Unity 1922: Prospects of Revolution 1934: Notes of a Journalist 1931: [1st] Letter to the Communist League (alternative translation) 1937: The Crimes of Stalin (preface) 1926: Brailsford and Marxism Cablegram from Leon Trotsky Hits Hearst and, On the Soviet Section of the Fourth International, Tell Workers the Truth About Stalin’s Hounding of Revolutionists in the Soviet Union, The Treachery of the Spanish “Labor Party of Marxist Unity”, 20,000 Oppositionists Expelled from the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Recent “Cleansing”, Tasks of The Fourth International In Spain, Statement by Leon Trotsky in Reply to the Charges Made Against Him by the Tass Bureau, An Interview with Leon Trotsky on the Recent Moscow Trial, London Buro Aids Stalin Frame-Ups by Refusal to Join Probe Commission, Drive to Aid C.N.T. Trotsky became involved in revolutionary activities in 1896 after moving to the harbor town of Nikolayev (now Mykolaiv) on the Ukrainian coast of the Black Sea. 1939: Ignace Reiss – The Second Anniversary of His Death 1935: On the South African Thesis 1933: Letter to South African Revolutionaries (letter) 1932: Mill as a Stalinist Agent 1936: The Lesson of Spain (essay) 1927: First Speech on the Chinese Question 1917: Pacifism as the Servant of Imperialism (essay) 1918: Work, Discipline, and Order to Save the Socialist Soviet Republic Cunow’s article, ‘Der Bankrott des Bolschewismus’ [The bankruptcy of Bolshevism], was published in Die Neue Zeit, 22 and 29 April 1921 (2, 4, pp. 1940: The Second World War First Published: 1924 as Book Two of Volume II of Kak Vooruzhala Revolyutsiya, by the Supreme Council for Military Publications, Moscow. 1931: The Catalonian Federation’s Platform 1935: Committees of Action – Not Peoples Front A reference to the debate in the Russian Communist Party over the Red Army’s use of thousands of officers and military specialists from the old tsarist army. 1909: Why Marxists Oppose Individual Terrorism (article) During the early days of the Soviet Union, he served first as People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs and later as the founder and commander of the Red Army and People's Commissar of War. 1939: Trotsky Greets Tresca on 40th Year as Fighter 1933: Stalin Reassures Hitler on Trotsky’s ‘Return’ Political Revolution Feeling. 1924: First Five Years of the Communist International Volume I Significant work! 1938: On My Conspiracy 1939: Letter to Modern Quarterly Ventsov. 1933: About the United Front with Grzezinsky Share on Facebook Tweet Add My Story. 1921: On l’Humanité, the Central Organ Of the French Party 1923: The Anarcho-Syndicalist Prejudices Again! 1937: The Stalin School of Falsification (book)[Click Here for PDF version] Significant work! 1917: The Lessons of the Great Year 1922: The Contradictions of the Soviet Policy 1931: The Trial of the Russian Mensheviks 1938: The Transitional Program for Socialist Revolution (Pamphlet – in 3 parts)  [Click Here for PDF version] Significant work! 1937: Swiss Police Arrest Assassins of Murdered G.P.U. 1922: French Communism and the Position of Comrade Rappoport Notes by Leon Trotsky are indicated thusly: “– L.T.”) 1934: Bonapartism and Fascism 1920: On the Policy of the KADP (Communist Workers Party of Germany) 1927: What We Gave and What We Got 1932: I See War with Germany 1935: “Labels” and “Numbers” 1937: Pacifism and China (interview) 1926: Theses on Revolution and Counter-Revolution 1931: Maurin and the Anarcho-Syndicalists 1930: The Fundamental Principle Errors of Syndicalism 1909: The Young Turks Leon Trotsky was a Soviet politician, theorist and a Marxist revolutionary, who was the founding leader of the Red Army. 1932: A Letter to the Workers of Zurich 1936: Alfred Rosmer’s Book 1935: Chen Tu-hsiu and the General Council 1937: Pages From Trotsky’s Journal Vladimir Lenin helped put Marxism into action and conjoined his interpretation of it with Marx's ideals. 1921: Flood-tide 1940: Misfortune of an Intellectual Trotsky is holding a copy of his book 'Behind The Moscow Trial'. We hope to offer, eventually, ALL these writings in as many languages as possible. 1904: The Proletariat and the Revolution He was the architect of the Soviet State, led the Bolshevik Revolution, and founded the 1931: At the Fresh Grave of Kote Zinzadze 1929: The Austrian Crisis and Communism A PDF of a 1959 SWP produced bibliography of Trotsky’s writings is available here, The Trotsky Internet Archive Subject Indexes/Collected Writings Series 1936: Notes of a Journalist 1922: The Lessons of May Day (alternative translation) 1919: Rallying the Army During the Civil War (speech) 1939: Trotsky Statement to Press on Soviet-German Alliance Order by the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic to the Troops of the Western and South-Western Fronts, That Which is Soviet and That Which is of the Polish Gentry, Order by the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic and People’s Commissar for Transport, Order by the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic to the Forces of the Western and South-Western Fronts, To The Workers, Peasants And All Honourable Citizens of Soviet Russia and the Soviet Ukraine, Theses – On the Military-Political Campaign, Order – By the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic to the Red Forces Fighting Against White-Guard Poland, Order – By the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic to the Forces of the Western Front, Order – By the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic to the Western Front and the Zone Adjoining the Front, Order – By the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic to the Red Army and the Red Navy. 1933: C.I. 1924: Lenin Before October 1931: Trotsky’s Letter to the Pravda 1923: Civility and Politeness as a Necessary Lubricant in Daily Relations 1929: Two Letters on the Origin of the Fourth International 1940: How to Really Defend Democracy 1919: Great Days 1935: Increasing Oppression the Path of Bureaucracy Can a Counter-Revolution or a Revolution Be Made on Schedule? Not Hollow Preaching – But Clear Cut Slogans! 1939: Trotsky Raps Press Lies on Dies Query 1927: The Opposition and the Wrangel Officer Leon Trotsky is famous for his theory of permanent revolution. 1938: Trotsky Explains to Kirchwey 1933: Stalin’s Denial 85, Ruzayevka station, (To Revolutionary War Councils of Armies and Fronts), (In connection with the forthcoming Cossack congress), (Letter to the Committee for Aid to the Sick and Wounded Red Army Men), Our Work at Building the Army and Our Fronts, The Transition to Universal Labour Service in Connection with the Militia System, To The Revolutionary War Council Of The Third Army, On Mobilising the Industrial Proletariat, on Labour Service, on Militarising the Economy, and on the Utilisation of Army Units for Economic Needs. 1921: Letter to Comrades Cachin and Frossard We encourage others to duplicate this effort by mirroring this site, copying selected writings from the TIA and otherwise disseminating Trotsky’s writings. 1939: Moralists and Sycophants Against Marxism 1933: The Party in the Field of Art and Philosophy He escaped and took with him the name of one of his prison guards, Trotsky. 1930: My Life (autobiography) [Click Here for PDF version – 3.5 megbytes big!] Ten Commandments of the Spanish Communist, The Spanish Revolution and the Dangers Threatening It, Nine-Tenths of Our Activities for the Revolution in Spain, Tactics Flowing from the Election Results, The Question of Workers’ Control of Production, Against National Communism! To be more specific still, Bordiga’s early writings — from 1919 to 1926 — … 1917: After the July Days: WHAT NEXT? 1939: Lenin on Imperialism 1933: Lessons of May Day in Austria Trotsky's Military Writings and Speeches, Volume 3 (1920) 1920– year of the war with Poland. 1930: The 5 Year Plan and World Unemployment 1917: Two Faces 1925: Jacob Sverdlov [memorial essay] Trotsky was a key figure throughout the first four congresses of the Communist International. The Spanish Revolution: A complete (... but under construction) collection of Trotsky’s writings on Civil War in Spain covering the years 1931 through 1939 1935: An Open Letter to the French Workers 1932: [2nd] Letter to the Communist League (alternative version from The Militant) Original Source: Vtoroi vserossiiskii s”ezd Sovetov rabochikh i soldatskikh deputatov: sbornik dokumentov (Moscow, 1957), pp. 1938: Trade Unions and the Social Crisis 1931: The Case Of Comrade Ryazanov 1931: A New Slander Against D.B. 1930: The Results Of The Sino-Soviet Conflict On Black Nationalism: A collection of discussions with Trotsky 1922: The New Economic Policy of Soviet Russia and the Perspectives of the World Revolution 1939: The ABC of Materialist Dialectics [Click Here for PDF version] 1918: Peace Negotiations and the Revolution 1932: International Pre-Conference of the Left Opposition Presents Thesis 1922: On World Politics (responses to press questions) Is the Slogan of ’The United States of Europe’ a Timely One? The Trotsky Internet Archive Index Sorted by Individual Sets of Years: 1901–1910 | 1911–1917 | 1918–1919 | 1920 | 1921 | 1922 | 1923 | 1924 | 1925–1926 | 1927 | 1928–1929 | 1930 | 1931 | 1932 | 1933 | 1934 | 1935 | 1936 | 1937 | 1938 | 1939 | 1940, A complete listing of the writings of Leon Trotsky in e-book format is here. 1930: Introduction to The Russian Bolshevik-Leninists on the Present Situation The International Will the Allies Throw Away the Last Chance? 1923: To Comrade McKay (March 13, 1923) (as published in Socialist Appeal) Impotence Veils Itself with Parliamentary Cretinism 1931: What Is a Revolutionary Situation? 1932: Prinkipo Letter, 1932 (letter) (as published in The Militant) 1931: The Spanish Revolution and the Dangers Threatening It 1931: The Successes of Socialism and the Dangers of Adventurism Leon Trotsky. 1933: Trotsky Greets Red Flag, British Organ of L.O. 1931: For a Workers’ United Front Against Fascism (extract published in The Militant) Trotsky Greets Tresca on 40th Year as Fighter, Three Conceptions of the Russian Revolution, “Progressive Paralysis” – The Second International on the Eve of the New War, Independence of the Ukraine and Sectarian Muddleheads, Democratic Feudalists and the Independence of the Ukraine, Ignace Reiss – The Second Anniversary of His Death, Stalin – The Temporary Holder of the Ukraine, Trotsky Statement to Press on Soviet-German Alliance, Trotsky Writes on the War and the Soviet-Nazi Pact. Trotsky and Lenin played leading roles in the first four congresses of the Communist International from 1919 to 1922. His mentor had sent to him Copenhagen to cover a speech being given there by the exiled Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky. 1934: Two Articles on Centrism 1940: On The Future of Hitler’s Armies, 1942: In Defense of Marxism (collection of articles, letters) [Click here for PDF version] Significant work! 1934: What is the Meaning of Rakovsky’s Surrender? 1937: The Lessons of Spain – The Last Warning 1940: Trotsky Nails Talk of Almazan “Plot” Literature and Art: A listing of Trotsky’s views on Marxism and the Arts 1939: Lenin [Submission to The Encyclopædia Britannica on the Encyclopædia’s entry for “Lenin”] 1940: Manifesto of the Fourth International 1938: Soviet-Japanese War Inevitable 1939: Open Letter to the Workers of India 1931: A Slander! 1938: On Lovestone – No, It Is Not The Same! 1931: Fragments of Truth from Under the Garbage of Slander 1938: To the Publishers of De Nieuwe Fakkel and De Internationale 1933: My Daughter’s Suicide 1940: Nipping A New GPU Lie (essay) 1915: First Year of the War 1929: A Reply to the Chinese Oppositionists 1922: The Fifth Anniversary of the October Revolution and the Fourth World Congress of the Communist International (Alternative translation in International Press Correspondence) 1939: Once Again on the Crisis of Marxism 1928: Crisis in the Right-Center Bloc 1922: Trotsky’ Military Writings, Volume 5 (collection of articles, essays & lectures) For a PDF version, click here. 1939: Stalin – The Temporary Holder of the Ukraine 1934: A Greeting to New International 1916: On the Events in Dublin 1929: Open Letter to the Workers of the USSR (alternative version published in The Militant) 1918: The International Will the Allies Throw Away the Last Chance? 1937: Once Again: The USSR and Its Defense Leon Trotsky was born Lev Davidovich Bronstein in Yanovka, Ukraine — in the Russian Empire — on November 7, 1879. 1931: The Impending Danger of Fascism in Germany, 1932: Extract from Letter to the National Sections 1933: How Long Can Hitler Stay? Trotsky Urges Backing for Pioneer Publishers, Answers to Questions of Journalists on Verdict of Dewey Commission, Trotsky Sees Possibility of Foul Play in Death of His Son, Hitler’s Austria Coup Aided by Moscow Trial, Stalin’s Trial as a Terrorist Demanded of League by Trotsky, Trotsky Reviews Elements of New Trial; Cites Efforts to Gag Him, “It Is Necessary to Drive the Bureaucracy and the New Aristocracy Out of the Soviets”, Trotsky Fears Fate of Klement, G.P.U. Leon Trotsky was born Lev DavidovichBronstein on November 7, 1879, in Yanovka, YelisavetgradskyUyezd, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire, to David LeontyevichBronstein and Anna Bronstein. Ver más ideas sobre revolucion rusa, revolucion, partido obrero. 1919: Trotsky’ Military Writings, Volume 2 (collection of articles, essays & lectures) For a PDF version, click here. 1930: Lessons Of The Capitulations (Obituary Reflections) Opposition Serves the Bolshevik Revolution, The Fundamental Principle Errors of Syndicalism, Open Letter to the All Members of the Leninbund, Lessons Of The Capitulations (Obituary Reflections), The New Course in the Economy of the Soviet Union, An Open Letter to the Italian Left Communists, The Slogan of the National Assembly in China, A Squeak in the Apparatus (A Popular Explanation of Rights and Lefts), The Revolution in India – Its TASKS and its DANGERS, The Turn in the Communist International and the Situation in Germany, World Unemployment and the First Five Year Plan, The Mistakes of Rightist Elements of the Communist League on the Trade Union Question, Factory Councils in Germany and Workers’ Control of Production, Fragments of Truth from Under the Garbage of Slander, The Permanent Revolution and the Canton Insurrection, Stalin and the Chinese Revolution – Facts and Documents, The Successes of Socialism and the Dangers of Adventurism. 1930: Open Letter to the Communist Party 1923: On the German Revolution: A Speech to the Moscow Metal Workers Vital Questions for the German Proletariat (as published in The Militant) Significant work! 1931: Russian-German Trade Relations 1918: May Day and the International 1931: What Is Fascism? 1935: Open Letter for the Fourth International. 1928: Who Is Leading The Comintern Today? 1923: On the Slogan of the “United States of Europe” (contribution to a discussion) I do not want them to undress me. Bread for the Hungary! 1940: Trotsky’ Last Three Letters, Some Notes Written by Leon Trotsky in August 1940: 1931: The Character of the Revolution 1931: The Catalonian Separatists, Soviets and the Communists Online Version: Leon Trotsky Internet Archive, 2002. 1921: The Main Lesson of the Third Congress 1924: Perspectives of World Development [94k] 1923: Can a Counter-Revolution or a Revolution Be Made on Schedule? 1930: The New Course in the Economy of the Soviet Union Leon Trotsky was a Bolshevik revolutionary and Marxist theorist. 1930: A Squeak in the Apparatus (A Popular Explanation of Rights and Lefts) Translated (and edited) and Annotated: Brian Pearce. 1933: Problems of the Soviet Regime 1940: The Jewish Problem 1938: Their Morals and Ours (essay) Significant work! 1933: The Platform of the Brandler Group 1940: Some Questions on American Problems (draft article) Some Notes Written by Leon Trotsky in August 1940: Administrator of the Trotsky Internet Archive, Selected Quotations and Passages from Leon Trotsky, Our Revolution: Essays in Working Class and International Revolution, 1904–1917, On Optimism and Pessimism; on the 20th Century and on Many Other Issues, The Big Lie: The Defence of Small Nations, History of the Russian Revolution to Brest-Litovsk. (May 8, 1923) 1931: Communism and Syndicalism [pamphlet] 1933: What Is National Socialism? He stands in front of a brick wall. 1919: Order Of The Day Number 83 To The Red Army And Navy 1919: French Socialism on the Eve Of Revolution 1936: Cablegram from Leon Trotsky Hits Hearst and Daily Worker Lies 1937: On the Sino-Japanese War (letter) 1937: The Case of Leon Trotsky Significant work! 1932: German Paper Interviews Trotsky 1939: The USSR and the War Inspiring the Red Army April 1919 Leon Trotsky. 1931: The Catalonian Federation’s Platform 1932: Problems of the Chinese Revolution (collection of articles) Significant work! Blackguards and Assistants 1932: The Only Road (as published in The Militant) Significant work! Lenin, of the Russian Revolution. 1940: Stalin Seeks My Death 1938: Social-Patriotic Sophistry – The Question of the Defense of Czechoslovakia’s “National Independence” Lev Davidovich Bronstein. Born: 1879 Died: 1940 Lev Davidovich Bronstein. 1932: Trotsky Discusses World Situation (interview) 1922: Report on the Fourth World Congress 1938: Trotsky on Hearst 1921: Letter to Comrade Monatte 1938: Trotsky Reviews Elements of New Trial; Cites Efforts to Gag Him 1933: German Perspectives 1938: Trotsky Nails Fresh Attack on His Asylum To be part of this effort write the Administrator of the Trotsky Internet Archive. and the Opposition’s Tasks Leon Trotsky on Britain: A complete collection of Trotsky’s writings on Britain covering the years 1920 through 1940 with an emphasis on the mid-20s What Is Proletarian Culture, and Is It Possible? Part I | Part II 1939: Trotsky Tells British Paper He Will Not Write For It in Sharply Worded Statement Revolutions are always verbose. 1919: Order Out of Chaos (as published in Socialist Appeal) His father was a prosperous Jewish farmer. Leader, with V.I. 1926: On the Tempo and Timescale of the Revolution Leader, with V.I. 1938: New War Flows from Versailles Banditry 1930: Internationalism and the Theory of “Exceptionalism” 1922: A Note on Plekhanov 1939: The Kremlin in World Politics (September 23, 1923) 1932: Peasant War in China and the Proletariat (as published in The Militant) 1932: Open Letter to the C.E.C. 1938: The Mexican Oil Expropriations Using the name "Lvov", he wrote and printed leaflets … 97 – 102).. 2. Many of Trotsky’s writings remains to be translated from the original Russian. 1938: Art and Politics in Our Epoch Leon Trotsky (1879-1940), was the co-leader of the 1917 Russian Revolution, socialist opponent of Joseph Stalin, founder of the Fourth International, and strategist of world socialist revolution. The articles, resolutions and speeches by Leon Trotsky made available in this book demonstrate how false the picture the Stalinists have attempted to depict was. 1927: Epilogue: The Speech of Comrade Chen Duxiu on the Tasks of the Chinese Communist Party 1935: The Workers’ State, Thermidor and Bonapartism (essay) Order by the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the First Labour Army, Order by the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic, Order by the Revolutionary War Council of the First Labour Army, To All Workers, Peasants and Honourable Citizens of Russia, Order by the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic to the Western Front and the 12th Army, The Polish Front: On the Occasion of the Creation of a Special Advisory Board Under the Commander-In-Chief, Order by the Chairman of the Revolutionary War Council of the Republic and People’s Commissar for Military and Naval Affairs to the Forces of the Western Front. 1933: The Class Nature of the Soviet State (essay) (as published in The Militant) 1933: Trotsky Writes to the British New Leader At first a narodnik (revolutionary agrarian socialist populist), he initially opposed Marxism but was won over to Marxism later that year by his future first wife, Aleksandra Sokolovskaya. 1939: A Step Towards Social Patriotism 1933: Our Present Tasks (as published in The Militant) 1929: The Groupings in the Communist Opposition 1937: Not a Workers’ and Not a Bourgeois State? 1930: World Unemployment and the First Five Year Plan Proletarians of All Lands, Comrade Workers! 1934: On the Eve of the Congress 1938: Hue And Cry Over Kronstadt 1922: The Question of the United Front 1931: For the Spanish Revolution 1919: A Letter to Our French Comrades "I feel this time they have succeeded. Who is Condemning the Population to Hunger and Every Other Form of Hardship? 1935: The Right to Vote for Stalin Is Granted – “Soviet Democracy” 1932: Closer to the Proletarians of the Colored Races Woe to Those Who do not Carry Matters to a Finish! 1929: Behind the Scenes in the Russian Party 1932: German Bonapartism (as published in The Militant) 1929: Greetings to the Weekly The Militant 1919: A Creeping Revolution In 1940, he was murdered by a Stalinist assassin at his home in exile, in Mexico. 1921: Summary Speech at the Eleventh Party Conference 1939: Spain, Stalin and Yezhov 1932: Family Relations Under the Soviets 1918: Trotsky’s Military Writings, Volume 1 (collection of articles, essays & lectures) For a PDF version, click here. Leon Trotsky's Name Lev Bronshtein was exiled to Siberia in 1898. 1939: “Trotskyism” and the PSOP 1928: On the Canton Insurrections: Three Letters to Preobrazhensky [letter] 1938: Leon Trotsky Hits Back at N.Y. Daily News Slanders 1940: GPU Tried to Cover Murder with Slander 1921: Speech Delivered at the Second World Conference of Communist Women 1919: Jean Longuet 1940: The Political Backwardness of American Workers 1922: From the ECCI to the Paris Convention of the French Communist Party (October 6, 1922) 1922: To Comrade Treint Is Endorsed by L. Trotsky, Swiss Police Arrest Assassins of Murdered G.P.U. 1935: Preface to the Norwegian Edition of My Life 1934: Towards the Catastrophe First of August! 1932: Let Us Reenforce Our Offensive! Significant work! 1939: Their Friend Miaja 1932: Trotsky Greets Unser Kamf 1921: Speech on the Italian Question at the Third Congress of the Communist International 1918: Soviet Government documents (authored by Trotsky as Soviet Commissar of Foreign Affairs from November of 1917 through March of 1918) 1930: An Open Letter to the Italian Left Communists (alternative translation) TROTSKY: Before proceeding with my speech – and I am in doubt whether I speak here as the defendant or the accuser – I must insist on the removal of comrade Janson from the judges’ bench on the ground that he is disqualified by his entire previous activity. 1923: Theses on Industry 1923: What Is Proletarian Culture, and Is It Possible? 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