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Sixty years ago: Remembering the East German workers’ revolt

To put it mildly I don’t share their enthusiasm for Lenin and Trotsky, but I appreciate the folks at Workers’ Liberty publishing a special edition (pdf) of their paper commemorating the brave East German workers who rose up against the Stalinist regime in June 1953, only to be ruthlessly suppressed by Soviet tanks.

(Hat tip: Shiraz Socialist)

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