The Case of Leon Trotsky

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The Case of Leon Trotsky

Harper, 1937
617 pp. $3.00

A transcript of the hearings conducted to give Trotsky a chance to refute the charges made against him in the Moscow trials. These hearings took place in Mexico during April 1937 before a commission headed by John Dewey. The commission's report was commented on in Professor Radin's article, "The Moscow Trials: A Legal View," in the October issue of FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

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