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Rosa Luxemburg : reflections and writings

Author: Rosa Luxemburg; Paul Le Blanc
Publisher: Amherst, NY : Humanity Books, 1999.
Series: Revolutionary studies.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"As an advocate of social democracy and individual responsibility, Rosa Luxemburg (1871-1919) remains the most eminent representative of the revolutionary socialist tradition. She was a radical activist who was willing to go to prison for her beliefs, including her protest of the First World War. This volume provides a representative sampling of Luxemburg's essential writings, many of which have been rarely
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Rosa Luxemburg.
Amherst, NY : Humanity Books, 1999
(OCoLC)654489249
Named Person: Rosa Luxemburg; Rosa Luxemburg
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rosa Luxemburg; Paul Le Blanc
ISBN: 1573927295 9781573927291 1573927287 9781573927284
OCLC Number: 42040986
Description: 272 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Remembering Rosa Luxemburg / Luise Kautsky --
Rosa Luxemburg : dialectical method against Reformism / Lelio Basso --
Luxemburg as thinker and revolutionary / Raya Dunayevskaya --
Luxemburg and Lenin on organization / Paul Le Blanc --
Luxemburg's socialist feminism / Andrea Nye --
Reflections on Luxemburg by a community activist / Claire Cohen --
Martinique (1902) --
The national question and autonomy (1909) --
Theory and practice (1910) --
The Accumulation of capital : an anti-critique (1915) --
Rebuilding the international (1915) --
Letters from prison (1917-1918) --
The old mole (1917) --
Speech to the Founding Convention of the German Communist Party (1918) --
What are the leaders doing? (1919)
Series Title: Revolutionary studies.
Responsibility: edited by Paul Le Blanc.

Abstract:

"As an advocate of social democracy and individual responsibility, Rosa Luxemburg (1871-1919) remains the most eminent representative of the revolutionary socialist tradition. She was a radical activist who was willing to go to prison for her beliefs, including her protest of the First World War. This volume provides a representative sampling of Luxemburg's essential writings, many of which have been rarely anthologized. Her examination of capitalist "globalization" in her era, the destructive dynamics of nationalism, and other topics are joined with hard-hitting political analyses, discussions of labor movement strategy, intimate prison letters, and passionate revolutionary appeals.".

"Luxemburg's powerful impact on the twentieth century is documented in the accompanying essays, which draw readers into the "discussions" that leading intellectuals and activists have had with this vibrant thinker."--BOOK JACKET.

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