Allegedly out of Russia, from the pen of Comrade Leon Trotzky, came a violent denunciation of Max Eastman, U. S. Communist, and Max Eastman's book Since Lenin Died.
The indictment was the more remarkable since Comrade Eastman defends Trotzky in his book against the Zinoviev-Stalin-Kamenev triumvirate, which he labels cowardly, weak, etc.
Among the things which Comrade Trotzky said:
"No honest worker will believe the sort of picture of Russia drawn by Max Eastman. It contains its own refutation. It is immaterial what were Eastman's intentions. His booklet can only render service to the...