Tamara Deutscher: 1913–1990
It is with great sadness that we learn of the death of Tamara Deutscher, whose counsel and encouragement have meant so much to this Review over a period of a quarter of a century.
In the early and mid sixties the editors felt privileged to be able to call upon the political experience and wisdom of Tamara and her husband, Isaac. Their Marxism, tempered by the bitter experiences of the thirties and forties, embodied outstanding integrity, steadfastness and lucidity. After Isaac’s death in 1967, Tamara continued their life’s work, reflecting on the fate of the Russian Revolution and the socialist tradition.
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