Which Russian leader oversaw the establishment of the Soviet Union, but was exiled for disagreeing with Lenin and Stalin's political program?

Answer Trotsky

Trotsky opposed many of Stalin's policies, and was removed from power in 1927. He was eventually exiled and assassinated by Stalin's agents in Mexico in 1940. Trotskyism, a school of Marxist thought based on his ideas, supports democratic means and working-class power.

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