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Contents of Chapter 3

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3.1 Comprehensive works, collections, introductions. General assessments of his thought. See also → 2.1 and 3.2
3.2 Generalities, outlines, intellectual portraits and concise evaluations. Trotsky's significance to the present. See also → 1.3, 1.4, 2.2, 2.3, and 3.3.15
3.3 Single aspects of Trotsky's political and socio-economic thought
3.3.01 Trotsky's theory of permanent revolution. (Uneven and combined development, theory of permanent revolution, the revolutions of 1905 and 1917 in Trotsky, the rôle of the state and of social classes in Trotsky. Trotsky and comparative revolutionary history)
3.3.02 Trotsky and world revolution. (Trotsky on revolutionary strategy and tactics, his criticism of Comintern and reformist policies, etc.) Trotsky and the political and socio-economic problems of the Western (or, advanced) countries Trotsky and the political and socio-economic problems of the Eastern (or, backward) countries. Permanent revolution and the 'Third World'
3.3.03 Trotsky's economic thought Trotsky on capitalism and imperialism Trotsky and the socio-economic problems of post-revolutionary Russia. See also →
3.3.04 Trotsky and the 'Russian question'. (Trotsky on Stalinism, the degeneration of the workers' state, the transitional society, the bureaucratic phenomenon, 'Thermidor' and 'Bonapartism'. His forecasts concerning the future development of the USSR.) See also →
3.3.05 Trotsky and the problem of organization. (His attitudes towards Bolshevism/Leninism, Menshevism, soviets, trade unions, workers' democracy and substitutionism)
3.3.06 Trotsky's analysis of fascism
3.3.07 Trotsky as historian. Trotsky and historical materialism
3.3.08 Trotsky's military thought. Military policy and world revolution
3.3.09 Trotsky and foreign policy issues, international relations, war and peace, revolutionary defeatism
3.3.10 Trotsky and problems of political philosophy, dialectic, morals, ethics, and psychology
3.3.11 Trotsky and the problems of revolutionary violence and terrorism. Trotsky and the Kronstadt rebellion. Trotsky as 'Stalin's anticipator'
3.3.12 Trotsky's relationships to various Marxist and non-Marxist theoreticians, to revolutionists and reformists, and to social democracy
3.3.13 Trotsky and the 'Jewish question'. Trotsky on racism, anti-Semitism, nationalism, and national self-determination
3.3.14 Trotsky as writer, editor, orator, and journalist
3.3.15 The question of Trotsky's 'rehabilitation' and his rôle in Soviet/Russian historiography. (The re-assessment of his rôle, thought and legacy in the Gorbachev era and its aftermath) See also → 7.4
3.3.16 Varia and miscellaneous