Trotsky's prose

Chegitz Guevara mluziett at shrike.depaul.edu
Wed Feb 14 21:12:35 MST 1996


On Wed, 14 Feb 1996, Kevin Cabral wrote:

> > Trotsky always referred to himself as a
> > Bolshevik-Leninist. 
> 					
> 	Specifically where could I find an elaboration on this concept, as
> it has always seemed to me as though Trotsky lived essentially in a chasm
> where he would attack Lenin's concept of the vanguard, as he had done in
> his youth, while simultaneously defending his role in the Bolshevik party. I
> would'nt be surprised to hear Trotsky call himself a Bolshevik, but a
> Leninist? 
> 
> Kevin
> Cols, Oh

Whoops! T referred to himself as a B-L only after his fight with the 
bureauacracy began. Where he made actual statements, however, I'm not 
going to be able to say, as I don't remember off the top of my head.

Marc, "the Chegitz," Luzietti
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