For nearly 30 years, Bertram D. Wolfe was a prolific commentator on Soviet affairs. His Three Who Made a Revolution (1948) stands as a seminal work on Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin. After World War II and until his death in 1977, Wolfe published important books and articles on Soviet communism and Marxism, in addition to brilliant critiques on Spanish and Mexican art and economic development.
A Life in Two Centuries is Wolfe’s posthumous autobiography. It does not re...
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