Trotsky's prose

glevy at acnet.pratt.edu glevy at acnet.pratt.edu
Wed Feb 14 21:15:38 MST 1996


FWIW, I find Trotsky's writings to be much clearer and polished than 
Lenin's. Lenin is often too dry and his prose is frequently rambling and 
disorganized (I know since I, in my youth, read all 45 volumes which I 
bought for $65 in 1971). Both Trotsky and Lenin, however, were excellent 
speakers by all accounts.

Jerry


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