Leon Trotsky: On the Jewish Problem (1937-40)Also seeTrotsky Backs Jewish Homeland in Planned Society; Hits Soviet Policy | Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Here is reported an idea of a shift in Trotsky's thinking, not mentioned in the first article.
Something like the naive, idealist Trotsky saw the resolution of persecution with the advent of a New World-Wide Socialist Order
But with the advent of Nazism, Trotsky realize that perhaps SOME territory was needed to protect Jews somewhere. Zionism was still rejected.
Trotsky was one of the first to speak out on the Nazi Menace in general. Otherwise, his ideals are not so in sync with Classical Judaism. Nevertheless, he did bave a keen eye for some of the PROBLEMS faced by Jews - even if his proposed RESOLUTIONS were off- base.