Zinoviev and Cannon
nibs at nibs.org.au
Wed Nov 20 21:59:59 MST 2002
Recently I saw a book reviewed somewhere, possibly in the British 'Weekly
Worker', where further light was cast on this. I can't recall the book
off-hand, although perhaps Paul Flewers will know it. It might have been by
French revolutionary Alfred Rosmer? Anyway, I'm fairly sure it was by a
veteran, and now deceased, revolutionary. It pointed out, in part,
something that is often lost sight of on the Trotskyist left, but which
Lou's post also really brings out. This is that there were two waves of
'Trotskyist' in the 1920s.
That particular book is Trotsky and the Origins of Trotskyism by Alfred
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