by Rosa Luxemburg, edited by Mike Jones - £14.95 The Merlin Press Ltd (2009)
paperback ISBN 13: 9780850366938 | ISBN 10: 0850366933
Rosa Luxemburg, perhaps the most remarkable and original figure among German Marxist thinkers and activists, was one of the earliest victims of fascism, murdered in Berlin, in 1919. This volume presents selected political essays, writings previously unavailable in English.
They reveal Luxemburg's aversion to splits in the Labour movement, particularly in Germany and Russia, and aspects of her thinking about culture, nationalism and women's rights. Each essay is annotated, introduced and placed in context.
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