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1 L Trotsky, The Struggle against Fascism in Germany, New York, 1971, p.28
2 ibid p.158
3 K Marx, Capital Vol 1, Harmondsworth, 1971, p.680
4 VI Lenin, What is to be Done? In Collected Works Vol 5 Moscow, 1961, p. 384
5 L Trotsky, op cit, p.159
6 ibid
7 VI Lenin, quoted in On Scientific Communism, Moscow, 1967 p.490
8 F Engels, quoted in ibid
9 L Trotsky, The Crisis in the French Section, New York, 1977, p.45
10 L Trotsky, On Britain, New York, 1973, p.154
11 ibid p.161
12 D Ryazanov, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, New York, 1973, p.150
13 K Marx and F Engels, Articles on Britain, Moscow, 1971, p.394
14 VI Lenin, British Labour and British Imperialism, London, 1969, p.97
15 J Degras (Ed) The Communist International: Documents, Vol 1, London 1971, p.243
16 ibid p.248
17 Theses, Resolutions and Manifestos of the Communist International, London, 1980, p.302
18 L Trotsky, The First Five Years of the Communist International, Vol 2, New York, 1953, pp 91-4
19 Degras, op cit pp 313-4
20 ibid p. 341
21 ibid p. 342
22 L Trotsky, The Third International after Lenin, New York, 1970, p 129
23 L Trotsky, The First Five Years, op cit p 94
24 L Trotsky, The Struggle against Fascism in Germany, New York, 1971, p 394
25 L Trotsky, The Third International after Lenin, op cit p 75
26 L Trotsky, Writings 1933-34, New York, 1972, p.55
27 L Trotsky, The Struggle against Fascism, op cit p 139
28 ibid p 138
29 We use the US spelling of “labor” for the “Labor Party Tactic” because this tactic, given classical expression by Trotsky, originated in the US and because it helps us to distinguish this tactic from tactics towards the British Labour Party.
30 V I Lenin, British Labour and British Imperialism, London, 1969, p 77
31 Marx and Engels Correspondence, Moscow, 1975 pp 385-6
32 T Draper, American Communism and Soviet Russia, New York, 1960, p 36
33 J Cannon, The First Ten Years of American Communism, New York, 1973, p 59
34 The insufficient material available prevents us from making a definitive judgment on the
Comintern’s position in this period.
35 J Cannon, The Left Opposition in the US, 1928-31, New York, 1981, p 106
36 L Trotsky, Writings 1932, New York, 1973, p.95
37 L Trotsky, The Transitional Programme, New York, 1977, p. 190
38 ibid p 82-3
39 ibid p 108
40 Founding of the Socialist Workers’ Party, New York, 1982, p. 241
41 L Trotsky, Writings 1932, p 96
42 V I Lenin, Collected Works Vol 31, Moscow, 1966 p.199
43 ibid
44 V I Lenin, British Labour op cit, p.271
45 Quoted in M Woodhouse and B Pearce, Essays in the History of Communism in Britain, London, 1975, p.180
46 Founding of SWP, op cit p 217
47 L Trotsky, Writings, Supplement, 1934 – 40, New York, 1979 p 494
48 L Trotsky, Writings 1934-35, New York, 1974, p 393
49 L Trotsky, The Crisis in the French Section, op cit, p117
50 ibid p 125-6
51 Towards a History of the Fourth International, New York,, 1974, part 4 Vol 1 p.32
52 ibid p.35
53 ibid
54 ibid p. 36
55 ibid
56 Report of the Austrian Commission in International Information Bulletin, New York, 1951
57 VI Lenin, Collected Works 31, op cit p.85
58 ibid p.88
59 L Trotsky, Writings, 1935-36, New York, 1977, p. 199
60 ibid
61 Degras, op cit, p.425
62 ibid
63 ibid
64 ibid p.427
65 ibid
66 L Trotsky, Transitional Programme, op cit p 134
67 ibid p.135