By Leo Trotzki
Die Theorie der permanenten Revolution bildete 1917 die strategische Grundlage der russischen Oktoberrevolution. Sechs Jahre später stand sie im Mittelpunkt der Angriffe auf die Linke competition, die sich der bürokratischen Entartung der Sowjetunion und dem Stalinismus widersetzte.
Die Theorie der permanenten Revolution geht auf Marx und Engels zurück. Auf ihrer Grundlage entwickelte der junge Leo Trotzki 1906 in „Ergebnisse und Perspektiven“ die zukünftige Strategie der Oktoberrevolution. Unter dem Titel „Die permanente Revolution“ verteidigte er sie 1928 gegen die stalinistischen Angriffe und Verfälschungen. Dieses Buch ist bis heute eine der aktuellsten Schriften der sozialistischen Bewegung.
Die vorliegende Ausgabe fasst beide Werke in einem Band zusammen.
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