Question by big_sis_little_sis9: What was Leon Trotsky’s stance on communism?
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Answer by UKAdam44
Trotsky considered himself an orthodox Marxist and Bolshevik-Leninist, arguing for the establishment of a vanguard party. His politics differed sharply from Stalinism, mainly in opposing socialism in one country which he claimed was a break with proletarian internationalism, and also what he claimed as his unwavering support for a true dictatorship of the proletariat based on democratic principles.
He felt that communism should Support for the strategy of permanent revolution, in opposition to the Two Stage Theory of his opponent or \
in other words a permanent communist revolution across the globe
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