Author: Leon Trotsky

Letters from Leon Trotsky on South Africa

In 1932, Leon Trotsky responded to a letter from two dozen Black communists from South Africa. He also wrote to the leadership of the International Left Opposition on the importance of winning over the most oppressed sectors of the working class. This is part of our collection on Marxism and Black Struggle.

Leon Trotsky: If America Should Go Communist

What would the United States look like after a socialist revolution? In 1934, Leon Trotsky imagined America under the rule of workers’ councils. Socialism, he said, “will be the means of greater individual liberty and shared abundance.”

Testament of Leon Trotsky

On August 20, 1940, an assassin sent by Stalin murdered Leon Trotsky. Yet the ideas of the Russian revolutionary remain relevant 77 years after his death. Left Voice republishes the testament of the founder of the Red Army as a tribute.

Letters from Leon Trotsky on South Africa

In 1932, Leon Trotsky responded to a letter from two dozen Black communists from South Africa. He also wrote to the leadership of the International Left Opposition on the importance of winning over the most oppressed sectors of the working class. This is part of our collection on Marxism and Black Struggle.

Leon Trotsky: If America Should Go Communist

What would the United States look like after a socialist revolution? In 1934, Leon Trotsky imagined America under the rule of workers’ councils. Socialism, he said, “will be the means of greater individual liberty and shared abundance.”

Testament of Leon Trotsky

On August 20, 1940, an assassin sent by Stalin murdered Leon Trotsky. Yet the ideas of the Russian revolutionary remain relevant 77 years after his death. Left Voice republishes the testament of the founder of the Red Army as a tribute.