This second volume of the trilogy is a self-contained account of the great struggle between Stalin and Trotsky that followed the end of the civil war in Russia in 1921 and the death of Lenin.
A poignant memoir of loss and reestablishment.
“A book which everyone interested in modern political theory should read.”—Michael Mann
A wide range of academics present essays that build upon Stuart Hall’s contributions to scholarship.
An intensely personal and moving self-portrait of a woman living at the very margins of Indian society, informed by a sense of profound social change.
“The definitive biography.”—Observer