The Spanish Revolution (1931-39)

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Spain in the 1930s was the last great cauldron of revolution and counterrevolution before the onslaught of World War II. In response to the growing social crisis, and faced by an attack of the forces of international fascism, the Spanish workers and peasants began to seize the factories and the land. But they wer led by an easy and ill-fated coalition of bourgeois liberals, Stalinists, Anarchists, and Socialists, more afraid of the plebian revolt than of the fascist menace. The confrontation that resulted was focused around issues that are still debated today.

Here, for the first time in a single volume, are the day-to-day assessments of the Spanish revolution and civil war by the great Russian revolutionist Leon Trotsky. Nearly half the material has never appeared in English before.

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Author Trotsky, Leon
Editor Allen, Naomi & Breitman, George
Binding Paperback
No. of Pages 543
Publisher Pathfinder
Date of Publication 2012
ISBN 9780873482738

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