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There were only two and a half years left for the exiled Leon Trotsky (ne Lev Davidovich Bronstein: 1879 1940) until he would keep his rendezvous with an icepick in Mexico - and while living it up on this borrowed time he granted an interview to this one correspondent from a Beverly Hills literary magazine in which he ranted on in that highly-dated and terribly awkward Bolsheviki language about his differences with President Franklin Roosevelt and his social programs.

Trotsky believed that private property is what caused the economic disaster.

Click here to read an article about the NKVD agent who murdered Trotsky.

Click here to see an anti-New Deal cartoon.


Leon Trotsky Speaks About FDR and the Great Depression (Rob Wagner's Script Magazine, 1938)

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