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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Foster, William Z., 1881-1961.
Questions and answers on the Piatakov-Radek trial.
New York : Workers Library Publishers, 1937
|Named Person:||Leon Trotsky; G L Pi︠a︡takov; Karl Radek; G L Pi︠a︡takov; Karl Radek; Leon Trotsky|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Z Foster
|Notes:||Author's name at head of title.
 p. publisher's advertisements at end.
The trial of seventeen Russians, who were led and directed by Leon Trotsky in a conspiracy to overthrow the Soviet government by violence, was held before the Military collegium of the Supreme court of the U.S.S.R., Moscow, in January, 1937.
|Description:||79,  pages 19 cm|
|Contents:||The Trotskyites' crimes --
Reaction rushes to aid Trotsky --
Was the Trotsky plot "fantastic"? --
Is the counter-revolutionary degeneration of Trotskyism "unthinkable"? --
How did the Trotsky-fascist alliance develop? --
Were the convicted plotters the Old Bolshevik Guard? --
Is capitalism returning in the Soviet Union? --
Is the proletarian dictatorship a tyranny? --
Does the Soviet system breed conspiracies? --
Was the trial a frame-up? --
Why did the Trotskyites confess? --
Was there a contradiction between the Piatakov and Zinoview trials? --
Why not more documentary evidence in the trial? --
Why was the death penalty applied? --
Did the conviction of the Trotskyite traitors weaken the Soviet government? --
Should Trotsky have an "impartial" international hearing? --
Shall Trotsky be permitted to come the United States?
|Responsibility:||William Z. Foster.|