Trotsky Protests Too Much – Emma Goldman
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Emma Goldman’s fiery 1938 polemic clearly outlines how Trotsky was not some lost hope or bright alternative to the Stalinist terror but another flavour of the same poison.
Her disagreements were not theoretical, nor subtle shades of ideological difference, but center on the brutality of political power used to starve, murder and destroy any opposition.
Goldman argues that Trotsky offered just a different version of oppression to the Russian people and was equally responsible for crushing the revolution, alienating workers from their own liberation.
A6 pamphlet, 52 pages.