Leon Trotsky


Leon Trotsky was one of the most prominent leaders of the Russian Revolution in 1917. He was one of the primary contenders for the leadership of the Bolshevik Party in 1922 after the death of Lenin. When Stalin took this post, Trotsky swiftly concluded that the Revolution had been undermined. He was expelled from the Communist Party in 1927 and subsequently went into exile in Mexico, where he was assassinated by Soviet agents in 1940.


Marxism and Anarchism (British)

Alan Woods, Leon Trotsky, et al.


The Classics of Marxism: Volume Two

Leon Trotsky, Karl Marx, et al.


The Ideas of Karl Marx: Marx at 200

Alan Woods


La RevoluciĆ³n Permanente

Leon Trotsky


The Boleshevivki and World Peace

Leon Trotsky


Unity & Strategy: Ideas for Revolution / The Transitional...

Leon Trotsky, Daniel Bensaid, et al.


Building Unity Against Fascism: Classic Marxist Writings

Ted Grant, Leon Trotsky, et al.


Henrik Ibsen: Enemy of the People

Henrik Ibsen


From October to Brest-Litovsk

Leon Trotzky


History of the Russian Revolution

Leon Trotsky



Leon Trotsky


Lessons of October

Leon Trotsky


Dictatorship vs. Democracy

Leon Trotsky


The Bolsheviki and World Peace

Leon Trotsky


The Essential Marx

Karl Marx


My Life: An Attempt at an Autobiography

Leon Trotsky


The Scots Magazine, Volume 1

Leon Trotsky, James Boswell, et al.