Navarro, Gustavo A. (Tristan Marof, pseud.).

Buenos Aires, Editorial Claridad, 1935. 222p., wrps Good Paperback Griffin 5584. "A major piece of investigation in its own right and an important work in creating the basic ideology of the modern radical movement in Bolivia.. ."The founder of Bolivian Trotskyism was Gustavo Navarro, better known as Tristan Marof. He was a one-time Bolivian diplomat who had abandoned diplomacy to return to Bolivia in 1926 to found a Partido Socialista, which was generally aligned with, but not formally affiliated to, the Communist International. It fell victim to the Chaco War between Bolivia and Paraguay between 1932 and 1936, and Marof and most of his associates went into exile" (Item ID: 18514)


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