Tony Cliff (born Yigael Glückstein (Hebrew: יגאל גליקשטיין); 20 May 1917 – 9 April 2000) was a Trotskyist activist. Born to a Jewish family in Palestine, he moved to Britain in 1947 and by the end of the 1950s had assumed the pen name of Tony Cliff. A founding member of the Socialist Review Group, which became the International Socialists and then the Socialist Workers Party. In 1977, Cliff was effectively the leader of all three.
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20 May 1917
|Died||9 April 2000 (aged 82)|