INTERNATIONAL: Trotsky's Trial

Back from several weeks in Mexico City, kindly, grizzled Professor John Dewey of Columbia University spoke in Manhattan last week to an audience of 3,500. His subject was the elaborate mock trial of Leon Trotsky, held in 13 sessions at Mexico City in March and April, at which Professor Dewey had presided. Object of the trial was to prove or disprove the accusations of treason, sabotage and fomenting world revolution hurled against absent Leon Trotsky during the last mass treason trial in Soviet Russia. Because he felt that the committee of professional...

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