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Viacheslav P. Polonsky Marxist literary critic who was supportive of Voronsky, but also critical of him. Editor of "Novyi mir," "Pechat' i revoliutsiia," and many other publications; author of numerous works on literary criticism and the development of Soviet literature. Wrote extensively on the Russian anarchist, Mikhail Bakunin. Died in 1932.
Sergei S. Zorin Supporter of Zinoviev; influential member of Comintern in early years; member of the Joint Opposition 1926-1927; close friend of Voronsky. Shot in 1937.
Vagarshak A. Ter-Vaganian Member of Left Opposition; editor of "Under the Banner of Marxism"; close friend of Voronsky; worked at the Marx-Engels Institute; defendant at the Trial of Sixteen in August 1936; sentenced to death and shot.
Liubov I. Akselrod Marxist philosopher and literaty critic. Close supporter of Plekhanov. Published articles on historical materialism and aesthetics in Voronsky's journal, "Red Virgin Soil." Active among the mechanist tendency in the philosophical debates of the 1920s and 1930s. Died in 1946.
The Left Opposition in the Soviet Union. Documents, photos and other material about the history of the Left Opposition, led by Leon Trotsky.
Pereval Material about the literary group headed by Voronsky. Includes information about Guber, Lezhnev, Gorbov, Zarudin, and others.
Krug Material about the publishing house in which Voronsky played a leading role.
Mehring Books Publisher of anthology of Voronsky's writings, and other Marxist literature.