Foremost was his dedication to the principles of his grandfather - beliefs that inspired his activism for the Kormnunistiska Arbetareforlmndet (Communist Workers League) and would subsequently make him the editor of the Swedish Trotskyist journal Fjrde internationalen (The Fourth International).\n The only document bearing on the estate was a statement written by Larsson way back in 1 977, when he asserted that he wanted to leave everything to the Umeli branch of the Communist Workers League (now the Socialist Party), but since that had not been witnessed, it had no probate value. [...] there has been what Gabrielsson has termed the mythology.
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