Foreign News: Trotsky on Stalin

Leon Trotsky, exiled to Turkey two years ago by Dictator Josef Stalin, hurled a figurative bunch of sour grapes last week in Moscow's direction.

Perfectly consistent but highly embittered, Comrade Trotsky, who was ousted for his "Left heresy" (TIME, Oct. 10, 1927), has written a new book, The Permanent Revolution, published in German last week by Die Aktion, Berlin. In this fat volume he flays Stalin because the Dictator concentrates his efforts primarily in Russia.

Stalin's mere "sympathy" for the work of fomenting the "World Revolution of the World Proletariat" is not enough, cries...

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