Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution


Antony C. Sutton


• The role of J. P. (Pontifex Maximus) Morgan banking executives in funneling illegal Bolshevik gold into the U.S.

• How the American Red Cross was coopted by powerful forces on Wall Street.

• Wall Streeters who intervened to free Leon Trotsky, even though Trotsky's stated aim was to engineer "the real revolution"—the Soviet coup which toppled Kerensky.

• The deals made by major corporations to capture the huge Russian market a decade and a half before the U.S. recognized the Soviet regime.

• The "closet socialism" of leading businessmen who paraded publicly as champions of free enterprise.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Actors on the Revolutionary Stage
Chapter 2 Trotsky Leaves New York to Complete the Revolution
Chapter 3 Lenin and German Assistance for the Bolshevik Revolution
Chapter 4 Wall Street and World Revolution
Chapter 5 The American Red Cross Mission in Russia 1917
Chapter 6 Consolidation and Export of the Revolution
Chapter 7 The Bolsheviks Return to New York
Chapter 8 120 Broadway, New York City
Chapter 9 Guaranty Trust Goes to Russia
Chapter 10 J. P. Morgan Gives a Little Help to the Other Side
Chapter 11 The Alliance of Bankers and Revolution

Copyright ©1981 by Arlington House Publishers, New Rochelle, New York.

This work was created with the permission of Antony C. Sutton.