[...] >The very first sentence is the type I find annoying in Grossman: Is only the absence of Lenin in the list what annoys you? [...] >Grossman pulls a similar operation against Sismondi. In 1924 he is quite >appreciative of Sismondi (a French original article appearing in Warsaw), >while in 1934 his tune is completely different regarding Sismondi (he must >have read Lenin's views on Sismondi in the meantime since now his remarks >are indisquishable from Lenin's). It's difficult to believe that Grossmann didn't know Lenin's writing on Sismondi in 1924. Perhaps, at that point he wasn't "obliged" to "pay tribute" to Lenin while in 1934 ... well... Moscow's trials were in 1933, right? A.R.
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