Isaac Deutscher was my friend and mentor and so I write the following with heartfelt regret. He was a brilliant, innovative thinker and literary stylist, but his life’s work, including his masterpiece on Trotsky, is finally a monument to the intellectual bankruptcy of Marxism itself. When all is said and done, the Trotsky biography must [...]
January 14, 2010 By Jamie Glazov 4592726 CommentsOne+Day+in+the+Life+of+an+Ex-Leftie+2010-01-14+05%3A01%3A34Jamie+Glazovhttp%3A%2F%2Ffrontpagemag.com%2F%3Fp%3D45927
Award-winning author and poet David Solway discusses his thought crimes — and banishment from the Canadian literary community.
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