The Death of Communism and the New World Order
"Thirty Years After the Russian Revolution," ["Trente ans apres la revolution russe"] and dated July-August 1947, a few months before his death. It was first published as a "Postface" in "Tome III" of the 1971 Maspero Edition of Serge's L'An I de la revolution russe, 75-89.
Boris Kagarlitsky "Yeltsin's successful Coup" New Politics Vol. III, No. IV (New Series), 27 ff.
Jacek Kuron and Karol Modzelwski, A Revolutionary Socialist Manifesto (Open Letter to the Party) (London 1965).
Nikolai Preobrazhensky of the Petersburg Party of Labor, quoted in Bulletin, U.S. Soviet Workers Information Committee, Vol. 1 No. 2, Nov. 1992, 36.
The Return of the Social Revolution, part of which appeared in New Politics Vol II No. 2 (Winter 1989) under the title, "Reflections on 1968 and Beyond."
Trotsky's The Revolution Betrayed (New York 1972 ) and Serge's Russia Twenty Years After (New York 1937), 286, especially his new 1947 Preface, "Russia Thirty Years After."
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