The International Socialist Review ran between 1956 and 1975. It was a Trotskyist publication produced by the Socialist Workers Party (United States – not to be confused with the SWP in the UK)from 1956 to 1975 in magazine format, and until the 1990s as a supplement to the organization's weekly newspaper, The Militant. This publication succeeded the organization's theoretical magazine, Fourth International.
May 1968 refers to the strikes and demonstrations that rocked France during that time. These events are said to have influenced demonstrations and actions against tyranny across Europe and indeed the world.
This edition was written by the famous french Trotskyist, Pierre Frank.
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More pamphlets from the past HERE