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Entryism is a political strategy of infiltration, first taught by Communist revolutionary Leon Trotsky in 1934, in which “members of one group are encouraged to enter a larger organization with the intent of subverting its policies and objectives from within.” Today, entryism is still a common tactic of the far-left.

Learn how entryism is at play in political movements around the world in our video.

 

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