Leon Trotsky�s Contribution to the Marxist Theory of History
- XI: Chronicles of a death foretold. Judt, Tony // History Today;Oct91, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p48
Argues that the new cultural and economic themes taken up by historians of modern Europe have left Marxism as only one of several competitors in Clio's marketplace. The `death of Marxism' in the Soviet Union; The distinction between Marxism as a methodological tool and Communism as a political...
- Trotsky and the Role of the Individual in History. Nedava, Joseph // Modern Age;Summer/Fall1986, Vol. 30 Issue 3/4, p218
Discusses the Marxist ideology of Bolshevik revolutionary Leon Trotsky and the role of the individual in history. Importance of acting personalities in the political arena; Objective conditions of history; Information on the social and political influences of Trotsky.
- Well red. // New Statesman;10/31/2011, Vol. 140 Issue 5077, p61
A caption is presented to a 1937 photograph of noted Communist Party member Leon Trotsky.
- TROTSKYISM. // Anti-Capitalist Dictionary: Movements, Histories & Motivations;2006, p259
A definition of the term "Trotskyism" is presented. The term is a radical theory of communism and form of Marxism that is derived from or claimed to relate to the work of Leon Trotsky, 1879-1940, with an original name of Lev Davidovitch Bronstein. Trotsky is a member of the Left Opposition but...
- STRUCTURAL HISTORICISM AND LITERATURE: A BRIEF SURVEY TOWARDS A MARXIST SYNTHESIS. Zimmerman, Marc // Clio;Fall77, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p53
The article presents a brief survey of the Marxist synthesis on structural historism and literature. Karl Marx asks how people may conceptualize the myriad interaction which constitute the totality of history in his introduction to the "Grundrisse." In his response, Marx notes that the closest...
- IV: Hard times? Kaye, Harvey // History Today;Jul91, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p36
Explores the current relevance of Marxist theory to consuming societies, past and present. Distinguishing between Marxist thought and study and the horrors of Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism; Particular questions and insights proffered by Marx and Engels that are valid for consideration as of 1991,...
- II: Overseas expansion and empire. Marshall, Peter // History Today;May91, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p32
Considers the past and present relevance of Marxist models to the history of Europe's encounters with other continents. How Marx and Lenin viewed imperialism; Assumption that European overseas expansion in the 19th-century was essentially driven by the needs of industrialization; List of key...
- The History of the Russian Revolution. Vol. I: The Overthrow of Tsarism (Book). Josephson, Matthew // New Republic;3/16/32, Vol. 70 Issue 902, p131
Reviews the book "The History of the Russian Revolution," vol. 1, "The Overthrow of Tsarism, by Leon Trotsky.
- The Soviet Union as a Fascist State. Sheean, Vincent // New Republic;11/8/39, Vol. 101 Issue 1301, p7
Discusses the political evolution of the Soviet Union. Basis of faith to the moral authority of the international communist movement among radicals and liberals; Implementation of the New Economic Policy, a modified form of private capitalism under state control; Promulgation of Leon Trotsky's...