Published: Published by New Park Publications Ltd, 1980; available at Index Books.
First published in part in Russian in Byulletin Oppositsii, Nos.52-53, October 1936.
Published in French as Le Livre Rouge sur les proces de Moscou, Paris, 1936
Transcribed: For ETOL, September, 2000
Introduction (Not yet available)
Why Did Stalin Need This Trial?
The Stalinist Amalgams Were Foreseen
The Assassination of Kirov
Two Trials (January 1935-August 1936)
The Defendants and Their Conduct Before the Court
The Accused Who Were Not at the Trial
Did a “Unified Center” Exist?
When Exactly Was the “Unified Center” Created and When Did It Function
What Really Did Exist?
Marxism and Individual Terror
Lenin, the First Terrorist
The Attempts Which Did Not Take Place
Trotsky’s “Contact” With the Defendants
The Same Old Song to a New Tune
The Prosecutor Vyshinsky
The Tragic Compromise: For a Confession, Your Life
After the Trial
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