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Trotskyism in South Africa

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Trotskyism in South Africa

Trotskyism first emerged in South Africa in the 1930s.[1] In 2013 it was argued that "Since 1994 the independent left in South Africa has been dominated by Trotskyism".[2]

See also


  1. ^ Baruch Hirson, The Trotskyist Groups in South Africa
  2. ^ Ordinary People will drive our change, Imraan Buccus, 2013

External links

  • Profiles of Some South African Trotskyists, by Baruch Hirson
  • The Trotskyist Groups in South Africa, by Baruch Hirson
  • The Origins of South African Trotskyism

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