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Rosa Luxemburg (1871-1919) was one of the most brilliant and passionate minds drawn to the revolutionary socialist movement. An outstanding social and economic theorist of the twentieth century, and a dedicated political activist, she proved willing to go to prison and even give her life for her beliefs.
Providing an extensive overview of her writings, this volume contains a number of items never before anthologised. Her work was broad in scope tackling capitalism and socialism; globalisation and imperialism; history; war and peace; social struggles, trade unions, political parties; class, gender, race; the interconnection of humanity with the natural environment. The editors provide an extensive and informative introduction outlining and evaluating her life and thought.
This is the most comprehensive introduction to the range of Rosa Luxemburg’s thought.
'Here, at last, in a single volume is an accessible introduction to one of the most important radical political thinkers of the 20th century with analysis and insight for a new generation of activist' -- Elaine Bernard, Executive Director of the Labor and Worklife Program, Harvard Law School
|Introduction to Rosa Luxemburg||p. 3|
|Luxemburg's Selected Writings, 1893-1919|
|The French Revolution||p. 39|
|Reform or Revolution||p. 46|
|Eight Hour Day - How to Win Reforms||p. 69|
|Stagnation and Progress of Marxism||p. 73|
|Organisational Questions of Russian Social Democracy||p. 81|
|Socialism and the Churches||p. 103|
|The Mass Strike, the Political Party, and the Trade Unions||p. 108|
|Blanquism and Social Democracy||p. 126|
|The National Question||p. 134|
|Theory and Practice||p. 145|
|Women's Suffrage and Class Struggle||p. 166|
|Lassalle's Legacy||p. 173|
|The Accumulation of Capital - An Anti-Critique||p. 178|
|The Crisis of German Social Democracy (The Junius Pamphlet)||p. 202|
|Two Prison Letters to Sonya Liebknecht||p. 214|
|The Russian Revolution||p. 223|
|Founding Convention of the German Communist Party||p. 238|
|Order Prevails in Berlin||p. 261|
|Sources, Further Reading, Acknowledgements||p. 269|
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Series: Get Political
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 7th September 2010
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.5 x 13.5 x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.17
Edition Number: 1