Against the Stream

Against the Stream

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"Against the Stream" documents the way that the rift between Stalon and Trotsky resounded in Britain. In 1930 some British left-wing activists formed a Trotskyist wing that was antagonistic to the Stalinist USSR and sought to influence the mainstream British labour movement. The book has grown out of interviews with the chief protagonists and research among the published documents and private correspondence of the period. It charts the history of Trotskyism in Britain from the first echoes of the Stalin-Trotsky faction fight, through to the emergence of the Fourth International in 1938. The authors aim to clarify some of forgotten historical and theoretical background to the tactics adopted by the Trotskyist faction and explain the movement's evolution into different more

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  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 138 x 216mm
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 074530432X
  • 9780745304328