World revolution, 1917-1936; the rise and fall of the Communist International
by James, Cyril Lionel Robert
New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1937. xii, 420p. (pages numbered 9-429, following the English first edition), very shelfworn with fraying to boards, spine lettering worn away, and some discoloration to covers. Text is clean and free of marks. A decent reading copy only. "It was the first comprehensive anti-Stalinist study of the Comintern and the only one, for many years, not based in a comfortable reassurance of capitalism's many virtues. It was chiefly an expansion on and a small-scale correction of, Trotsky's own internationalist polemics." *Paul Buhle, C.L.R. James, the artist as revolutionary. London, 1988. p. 51. (Inventory #: 220621)
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