Rosa Luxemburg Speaks

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From her political awakening as a schoolgirl in tsarist-occupied Poland in the 1880s until her assassination in Berlin in 1919 during the German revolution, Rosa Luxemburg acted, thought, and wrote as a proletarian revolutionist. She was at the center of the sweeping events and mass struggles that shaped the twentieth century -

  • the explosive growth and socialist organization of the industrial working class in Europe
  • the sharpening conflicts among the rising imperialist powers
  • the stunning outbreak of World War I
  • the victory of the 1917 Bolshevik revolution in Russia
  • the defeat of the 1918-19 socialist revolution in Germany

In Rosa Luxemburg Speaks one of the outstanding Marxists of our epoch takes us inside the political battles fought out as part of these titanic events.

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Author Luxemburg, Rosa
Editor Mary-Alice Waters
Binding Paperback
No. of Pages 674
Publisher Pathfinder
Date of Publication 2013
ISBN 9780873481465

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