[Book] Russia: From Revolution to Counter-Revolution

Bibliography

Aganbegyan, A.G. (editor), Perestroika Annual, (Volume 3), London, 1990.

Binns, P., Cliff, T. and Harman, C., Russia: From Workers’ State to State Captialism, London, 1990.

Black, R., Stalinism in Britain, London, 1970.

Bryant, L., Six Red Months in Russia, Sri Lanka, 1973.

Bukharin, N. and Preobrazhensky, E., The ABC of Communism, London, 1970.

Burnham, J., The Managerial Revolution, London, 1945.

Campbell, J.R., Soviet Policy and its Critics, London, 1939.
—Trial of Anti-Soviet Trotskyite Centre, Moscow, 1937.

Carr, E.H., A History of Soviet Russia: The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923, (three volumes), London, 1966.
—A History of Soviet Russia: The Interregnum, 1923-1924, London, 1969.
—A History of Soviet Russia: Socialism in One Country, 1924-1926, (three volumes), London, 1970.

Churchill, W., Triumph and Tragedy.

Ciliga, A., The Russian Enigma, London, 1979.

Cliff, T. and others, The Fourth International, Stalinism and the Origins of the International Socialists, London, 1971.

Cliff, T., The Nature of Stalinist Russia, London, 1948.
—Russia: A Marxist Analysis, London, 1964.

Crankshaw, E. Khrushchev’s Russia, London, 1962.

Deutscher, I., Stalin: A Political Biography, London, 1961.
—The Prophet Armed, London, 1976.
—The Prophet Outcast, London, 1970.
—The Prophet Unarmed: Trotsky, 1921-1929, London, 1959.

Djilas, M., Conversations with Stalin, London, 1963.

Engels, F. Anti-Dühring, Moscow, 1969.

Figes, O., A People’s Tragedy: The Russian Revolution, 1891-1924, London, 1996.

Firth, Sir Charles, Oliver Cromwell, London, 1961.

Fraser, R., Blood of Spain: An Oral History of the Spanish Civil War, London, 1994.

Gorbachev, M., Perestroika: New Thinking for Our Country and the World, London, 1987.

Granick, D., The Red Executive, London, 1960.

Grant, T., The Marxist Theory of the State, London, 1949.
—The Rise and Fall of the Communist International, London, 1943.
—The Spanish Revolution, London, 1996.
—The Unbroken Thread, London, 1989.

Grant, T. and Silverman, R., Bureacratism or Workers’ Power?, London, 1982.

Grigorenko, P.G., Memoirs, London, 1983.

Halliday, F., The Making of the Second Cold War, London, 1983.

Harman, C. and Mandel, E., The Fallacies of State Capitalism, London, 1991.

Horowitz, D., The Free World Collosus, London, 1965.

Kerensky, A., The Kerensky Memoirs: Russia and History’s Turning Point, London, 1966.

Khrushchev, N.S., Khrushchev Remembers: The Last Testament, London, 1974.

Kravchenko, V.I., I Chose Freedom, London, 1946.

Krupskaya, N., Memories of Lenin, USA, 1979.

Larina, A., This I Cannot Forget, London, 1993.

Lenin, V.I., and Trotsky, L., Lenin’s Fight Against Stalinism, New York, 1975.

Lenin, V.I., Collected Works, (47 volumes), Moscow, 1966 and 1977 editions.
—On the Emancipation of Women, Moscow, 1934.

Lewin, M. Lenin’s Last Struggle, London, 1973.

Liebman, M., Leninism Under Lenin, London, 1985.

Lomax, B. (editor), Eyewitness in Hungary, England, 1980.

Mandel, E., The Meaning of the Second World War, London, 1986.

Marx, K. and Engels, F., Selected Correspondence, Moscow 1965 and 1975 editions
—Selected Works, (three volumes), Moscow, 1962.

Marx, K., Capital, (three volumes), Moscow 1971 and 1977 editions.
—Grundrisse, London, 1973.
—Theories of Surplus Value, (three volumes), Moscow, 1969.

McCauley, M. The Soviet Union 1917-1991, London, 1992.

Medvedev, R., Let History Judge, London, 1976 and 1989 editions.
—On Socialist Democracy, Spokesman Books, London, 1977.

Nove, A., An Economic History of the USSR, London, 1992.
—Stalinism and After

Orwell, G., Animal Farm, London, 1989.
—Nineteen Eighty-Four, London, 1990.

Pearce, B., and Woodhouse, M., The History of Communism in Britain, London, 1969 and 1995 editions.

Ransome, A., The Crisis in Russia, London, 1921.

Reed, J., Ten Days That Shook the World, London, 1966 and 1977 editions.

Report of the 19th Congress of the CPSU.

Report of the 23rd Congress of the CPSU.

Riddell, J. (editor), The German Revolution and the Debate on Soviet Power. Documents: 1918-19, New York, 1986.

Rizzi, B., La Bureacratisation du Monde, Paris, 1939.

Rosmer, A., Lenin’s Moscow, London, 1971.

Rothstein, A., A History of the USSR, London, 1950.

Saunders, G. (editor), Samizdat: Voices of the Soviet Opposition, New York, 1974.

Schapiro, L., The Communist Party of the Soviet Union, London, 1963.

Sejna, J., We Will Bury You.

Serge, V., Destiny of a Revolution, London, no date.
—From Lenin to Stalin, New York, 1987.
—Memoirs of a Revolutionary 1901-1941, London, 1963.
—Year One of the Russian Revolution, London, 1992.

Sewell, R., Germany: From Revolution to Counter-Revolution, London, 1988.

Schachtman, M., History and Principles of the Left Opposition, London, 1974.
—The Bureacratic Revolution, New York, 1962.

Sixsmith, M., The Moscow Coup, London, 1992.

Slovo, J., Has Socialism Failed?, 1990.

Souvarine, B., Stalin, London, 1940.

Stalin, J. and others, The History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union/Bolsheviks, Moscow, 1951.

Stalin, J. and others, Constitution (Fundamental Law) of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Moscow, 1937.

Stalin, J., Problems of Leninism, Peking, 1976.
—Collected Works (volumes 6 and 9), Moscow, 1953.
—On the Opposition, Peking, 1978.

The Bolsheviks and the October Revolution, London, 1974.

The Moscow Trials: An Anthology, London, 1967.

The Road to Communism: Report of the 22nd Congress of the CPSU, Moscow.

Ticktin, H. and Cox, M (editors), The Ideas of Leon Trotsky, London, 1995.

Tocqueville, A., The Ancien Régime and the French Revolution.

Trepper, L., The Great Game: Memoirs of a Master Spy, London, 1977.

Trotsky, L., History of the Russian Revolution, (three volumes), London, 1967.
—In Defence of Marxism, London, 1970 and New York, 1970 editions.
—Leon Trotsky Speaks, New York, 1972.
—Literature and Revolution, London, 1991.
—My Life, London, 1984.
—On the Jewish Question, New York, 1970.
—Problems of Everyday Life, New York, 1973.
—Stalin, London, 1969.
—The Age of Permanent Revolution: A Trotsky Anthology, New York, 1964.
—The Case of Leon Trotsky, New York, 1969.
—The Challenge of the Left Opposition, (three volumes), New York, 1980.
—The First Five Years of the Communist International, (two volumes), London, 1973.
—The Lessons of October, London, 1987.
—The Revolution Betrayed, New York, 1972.
—The Stalin School of Falsification, London, 1974.
—The Struggle Against Fascism in Germany, New York, 1971.
—The Third International After Lenin, London, 1974.
—Writings, 1929-1940, (14 volumes), New York, 1974-79.

Valtin, J., Out of the Night, New York, 1941.

Volkogonov, D., Trotsky, London, 1996.

Woods, A. and Grant, T., Lenin and Trotsky: What They Really Stood For, London, 1976.

Woods, A., Lenin’s Suppressed Letteres, Sussex, 1969.

Woodwood and Bernstein, The Final Days.

Yeltsin, B., The View From the Kremlin, London, 1994.