Leon Trotsky Quote

What, however, is our relation to revolution? Civil war is the most severe of all forms of war. It is unthinkable not only without violence against tertiary figures but, under contemporary technique, without murdering old men, old women and children... There is no impervious demarcation between 'peaceful' class struggle and revolution. Every strike embodies in an unexpanded form all the elements of civil war.


Their Morals and Ours (1938)

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What, however, is our relation to revolution? Civil war is the most severe of all forms of war. It is unthinkable not only without violence against...

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What, however, is our relation to revolution? Civil war is the most severe of all forms of war. It is unthinkable not only without violence against...

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What, however, is our relation to revolution? Civil war is the most severe of all forms of war. It is unthinkable not only without violence against...

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What, however, is our relation to revolution? Civil war is the most severe of all forms of war. It is unthinkable not only without violence against...