The Permanent Revolution

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The Permanent Revolution is a political theory book by communist leader Leon Trotsky.[1] Its title is the name of the concept of permanent revolution advocated by Trotsky and Trotskyists in opposition to the concept of socialism in one country as advocated by Joseph Stalin and Stalinists.[2] It was first published by the Left Opposition in the Russian language in Germany in 1930.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Leon Trotsky, Luma Nichol (introduction). The Permanent Revolution & Results and Prospects. Seattle, Washington, USA: Red Letter Press, 2010. Pp. 4.
  2. ^ Leon Trotsky, Luma Nichol (introduction). The Permanent Revolution & Results and Prospects. Seattle, Washington, USA: Red Letter Press, 2010. Pp. 17.
  3. ^ Leon Trotsky, Luma Nichol (introduction). The Permanent Revolution & Results and Prospects. Seattle, Washington, USA: Red Letter Press, 2010. Pp. 4.