This interview of Leon Trotsky (né Lev Davidovich Bronstein: 1879 1940) was written by Gladys Lloyd Robinson: Beverly Hills doyenne, matron of the arts and wife of Hollywood actor Edgar G. Robinson - in the lingo of the dearly departed Soviet Union, she was what would have been labeled a "useful idiot". Easily impressed by the goings-on at the "worker's paradise", she avoided such uncomfortable topics as the Soviet famine, the class privileges extended to Party Members or his own war on private property, but regardless of that, and much to her credit, she was able to get the most famous of Soviet refugees to speak about the 1938 world stage during the course of conducting this interview.
In 1937, Stalin put Trotsky on trial - read about it...
Click here to read about the Soviet famine.
Click here to read an article about the NKVD agent who murdered Trotsky.
In 1958, Fidel Castro wrote an article for an American magazine in which he thoroughly lied about his intentions; click here to read it.