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  • n. radicals who support Trotsky's theory that socialism must be established throughout the world by continuing revolution

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Examples

  • It is true that some people manage to go from trotskyist to neo-con, and there is some truth in the going from socialist in youth to boring old liberal/ even conservative in middle age.

    Making Light: Open thread 134

  • A left wing, a sort of watered down trotskyist middle class view has largely triumphed.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The royal patronage of the 17 and 18 th centuries has been replaced by the patronage of the state controlled by those with a watered down trotskyist view of life.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The Lib dems are an odd party held together by negative rather than positive attitudes, As for Plaid it really is a coalition between rural conservatives and an collection of individuals who if the lived in England would be active in a trotskyist fringe party.

    Sweaty Armpits

  • The extreme left, the marxist/trotskyist/stalinist/leninist cabal who don't care about you.

    The Guardian World News

  • The trotskyist LCR organized the formation, but attracted quite a number of non-trotskyists - some anarchists, some radical ecologists or trade unionists.

    MRZine.org

  • The anti-war movement is still dominated by people (trotskyist or not) who need to take an honest stock of the last 5 years.

    Indymedia Scotland Features RSS Feed

  • They are not a serious disputation of trotskyist theories - but a sketch of why communists view trotskyism was a false start, and a mistaken direction, for any revolutionary aspirations.

    Kasama

  • (associated with the Forurth International leader Pablo) announced that it was possible to have revolution "with a blunt instrument" - i.e. without a trotskyist vanguard leading.

    Kasama

  • Latin America, the Middle East and africa) showed that reality was quite a bit more complex: in many places anti-feudal agrarian revolution of peasants (especially under communist leadership) played a far more dynamic role than allowed in "classic" trotskyist theory (or in the politics of the trotskyists of those times).

    Kasama

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