Vadim Rogovin. Bolsheviks against Stalinism (1928–1933).

Biblioteca / 1990-1999   2010-2021

Vadim Z. Rogovin. Bolsheviks against Stalinism (1928–1933). Leon Trotsky and the Left Opposition.

Oak Park, Michigan: Mehring Books, 2019.

Traducción: Frederick S. Choate

Edición original rusa: Vlast’i oppozitsii, Moscú, 1993.

CONTENTS

Foreword

Notes from the Translator

Introduction

1 – The Economic Crisis of 1927

2 – The First Round of Emergency Measures

3 – The First Round of Reprisals against the Left Opposition

4 – The Left Opposition Evaluates the Emergency Measures

5 – Stalin Maneuvers

6 – Bukharin’s Negotiations with Kamenev

7 – Stalin’s Victory in the Comintern

8 – Stalin Discovers a “Right Deviation”

9 – Why there was no Bloc between “Rightists” and the Left Opposition

10 – Trotsky’s Deportation

11 – Stalin against the “Trotskyists.” The “Trotskyists” against Stalin

12 – Defeat of the “Rightists”

13 – The Alternative of the Left Opposition in 1929

14 – From Emergency Measures to Forced Collectivization

15 – The First Round of Collectivization

16 – The Left Opposition on Collectivization

17 – Stalin Retreats

18 – The Sixteenth Congress: “Finishing Off” the “Rightists”

19 – Stalin’s “Battle on Two Fronts”

20 – The “Right-Ultraleft Bloc”

21 – The Social and Class Meaning of the “Great Breakthrough”

22 – The Alternative of the Left Opposition in 1930

23 – Economics and Politics: The Party Regime

24 – The Methods of Stalinist Industrialization

25 – Reprisals against the Non-Party Intelligentsia

26 – The Alternative of the Left Opposition in 1931

27 – The Second Round of Collectivization and its Results

28 – Inequality, Poverty, Speculation

29 – Inequality, Privileges, and Luxury

30 – The Alternative of the Left Opposition in 1932

31 – Stalin, the Party, and the Opposition

32 – The Ideological Offensive of Stalinism

33 – Leaders of the Earlier Oppositions at the Beginning of the 1930s

34 – Along the Trail of a “Single Version”

35 – The Union of Marxist-Leninists

36 – “The Riutin Platform”

37 – Rout of “The Union of Marxist-Leninists”

38 – The Death of Nadezhda Alliluyeva

39 – “Why Can No One be Found Who Could Remove Stalin?”

40 – The Case of the “Bukharin School”

41 – The Case of the “Counter-Revolutionary Trotskyist Group”

42 – The Formation of an Anti-Stalin Bloc

43 – The Case of the “Illegal Trotskyist Center”

44 – The Politics of Carrot and Stick

45 – Purging the Party

46 – The Totalitarian Regime and Its “Theoretical” Basis

47 – Results of the First Five-Year Plan

48 – Famine

49 – The Theory of “Social-Fascism” and Hitler’s Coming to Power

50 – A Shift in Trotsky’s Strategy

Conclusion

Selected Biographical Notes

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