Such opportunism, says one true believer disdainfully, is only for Trotskyists.
In April, 1940, Burnham helped to form a splinter party of disillusioned Trotskyists, then immediately quit.
In 1935 the AWP merged with the Trotskyists to become the Workers’ Party USA, with Muste as national secretary.
Mr Corbyn opposed the expulsions at the time and has often shared platforms with Trotskyists and others to the left of the Labour Party.
Mindless militancy was for Trotskyists, like the ones who reigned at the Cowley plant, near Oxford.
Walid spoke of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the caliph of the Islamic State, with the personal hatred that Trotskyists once expressed for Stalin.
There is majority support in polls for rail re-nationalisation not because Britons are all foaming Trotskyists but because of these underlying trust issues.
The Labour Party’s left-wing local councils, in the grip of Trotskyists from the hardline Militant Tendency, exemplified the worst of the party’s trek into the electoral wilderness in the 1980s.
On August 10th Tom Watson, Labour’s deputy leader, alleged that the party was being infiltrated by Trotskyists from groups like the Socialist Party (whose website boasts of its members addressing Momentum events).
American Trotskyists led a couple of industrial strikes, but their main action was on paper and in meetings—essays and ripostes in The New International, factional fights, disputes over the proper definition of the Soviet Union (degenerated workers’ state?
“Uncle” Ho, as he had become known to the North Vietnamese, was able to preserve his immense popularity, but he abandoned a kind of humane quality that had distinguished some of his previous revolutionary activities despite ruthless purges of Trotskyists and bourgeois nationalists in 1945–46.
Thereafter, Trotskyists intensified their attack on the Soviet bureaucracy—calling it “Bonapartist,” meaning a rule based on the dictatorship of one man—and developed the concept of a “degenerated workers’ state,” a state in which the means of production have been nationalized but in which a bureaucratic regime rules.
With the rise of Fascism in Germany in the early 1930s and the subordination of the Comintern (see International, Third) to Stalin, Trotskyists advocated a “united front” with the trade unions to fight Fascism and the development of a Trotskyist Fourth International (see International, Fourth) to replace the Comintern.
A biting critique of totalitarianism, particularly Stalinism, the essay sprung from Orwell's experiences fighting Fascists in Spain: he thought that all on the left were on the same side, until the dominant Communists violently suppressed the Anarchists and Trotskyists, and Orwell had to escape to France to avoid arrest.
For someone like me, whose days as a Labour activist, fighting Militant and other Trotskyists and fellow travellers, defending Peter Shore from deselection in Bethnal Green, the last few weeks have been a nightmare journey back in time – they are all still around, and now they are back, and all trying to get back into the Labour Party.
Macdonald began his intellectual career in the nineteen-thirties, in the center ring of the great political cockfight between the Stalinists and the Trotskyists in New York City, then, in the nineteen-forties, broke with all sects and sectarians to run his own little magazine, and finally established himself, in the nineteen-fifties, as the Lord High Executioner of middlebrow culture.
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