Written by Serge in December, 1936 after his release from prison in the Soviet Union and arrival in Belgium. One of the few Left Oppositionists to be released, due to a widely supported international campaign, he immediately began writing and connecting with Fourth Internationalists and dissident Communists. This pamphlet was published by Pioneer Publishers while the Trotskyists in the US were engaged in an entry into the Socialist Party and did not have an independent press. Illustrated, 112 pages.
From Lenin to Stalin by Victor Serge. Translated by Ralph Manheim. Pioneer Publishers, New York City. 1937.
Contents: A Note About the Author, March 1917 The Headless Revolution, The Revolution Finds a Man, The Second Head of a Revolution, Slander a Strong Poison, The March to Power, The Victory of November 7 1917, The Great Years, The Third International, The NEP and the Opposition, Zinoviev, The Comintern and the Chinese Revolution, Discord in the Central Committee, Defeats Proscriptions Capitulations, From Lenin to Stalin, Industrialization and Collectivization, Outlawed, Reminiscences, The Persecution of Women, Terror and Economic Recovery, The Brilliant and Beloved Leader, Assassination, Two Documents, The Apotheosis, Fear, The Old Man The Fourth International, Ambush in Spain, The Truth in the Service of Socialism.
Pioneer Publishers was the publishing house established by the Communist League of America (Opposition) in 1930. It later served the Socialist Workers Party and was superseded by Merit Publishers in 1965, and later by Pathfinder Press in 1969.
PDF of full pamphlet: https://www.marxists.org/archive/serge/1937/FromLeninToStalin-BW-T144.pdf