James P. Goodrich Papers. 1877 - 1941. James P. Goodrich Papers. 1877 - 1941. Journal of a trip to Russia in 1922, conversations with Soviet leaders and Russian citizens and a speech by Trotsky.

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James P. Goodrich Papers. 1877 - 1941. James P. Goodrich Papers. 1877 - 1941. Journal of a trip to Russia in 1922, conversations with Soviet leaders and Russian citizens and a speech by Trotsky.

James P. Goodrich Papers. 1877 - 1941. James P. Goodrich Papers. 1877 - 1941. Journal of a trip to Russia in 1922, conversations with Soviet leaders and Russian citizens and a speech by Trotsky.

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Goodrich, James P. (James Putnam), 1864-1940

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Lev Davidovich Bronstein[a] (7 November [O.S. 26 October] 1879 – 21 August 1940), better known as Leon Trotsky, was a Ukrainian revolutionary, political theorist and politician. Ideologically a communist, he developed a variant of Marxism known as Trotskyism. Born to a wealthy Ukrainian-Jewish family in Yanovka (now Bereslavka), Trotsky embraced Marxism after moving to Nikolayev in 1896. In 1898, he was arrested for revolutionary activities and subsequently exiled to Siberia. He escaped from ...