[ US /ˈtɹɑtˌski/ ]
  1. Russian revolutionary and Communist theorist who helped Lenin and built up the army; he was ousted from the Communist Party by Stalin and eventually assassinated in Mexico (1879-1940)
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How To Use Trotsky In A Sentence

  • On this day in 1940 Leon Trotsky died in Mexico City from wounds inflicted by an assassin.
  • A clear and elaborate historical investigation of this process helps a grat deal to make an academic analysis of this historical "issue" and explore the essence of Chen Duxu's case as a Trotskyist.
  • For Trotsky the f-word was a sign of slavery, the sigh of the oppressed, but for Steven Berkoff it is ‘a sign of passion’, a mark of working-class resistance to an effete and effeminate middle class.
  • Jews invented the the notion of borderless revolution Trotsky.... Do you really think Justices Stevens and Ginsburg are about to create Supreme Court vacancies?
  • All ‘former Trotskyists’ were to be tracked down and liquidated.
  • Defending his remarks in the National Post, Schwartz proudly proclaimed his Trotskyite heritage on National Review Online and even coined a term for this growing grouplet: Trotsky-cons! Think Progress » Murtha Attacked by the Right For Quote Falsely Attributed to Him
  • The leadership at least realised that the organisation was being subjected to a concerted campaign of Trotskyite entrism.
  • For present purposes we can conclude that Trotsky looked to proletarian democracy as a defence against bureaucratization.
  • Trotsky is not simple-minded in his literary taste, and he doesn't just sort of spontaneously insist that everybody has to write socialist realism.
  • The works of Trotsky and his co-thinkers had been censored and suppressed for decades.
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