From Fourth International, Vol.14 No.2, March-April 1953, p.59.
Transcription & mark-up by Einde O’Callaghan for ETOL.
The June uprising of the East German workers against the Kremlin’s satellite regime has, like every great revolutionary event, tested the validity of every political force in the world working class movement, most notably that of Stalinism and Trotskyism. At the same time the developments in the Soviet Union after Stalin’s death punctuated by the Beria purge have aroused world-wide attention.
The two articles by Comrade George Clarke, published herewith, present his views on the meaning and consequences of these events.
His editorial associates hold to a different analysis and appraisal of these events which will be printed in the next issue of this magazine.
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