The mass strike: the political party and the trade unions. And, The Junius pamphlet

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Harper & Row, 1971 - History - 227 pages
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For Luxemburg, the increase in strikes that came after the Russian Revolution of 1905 was a sure sign of the revolutionary spirit of the working class. She pushed for mass strikes to be an important ... Read full review


The Russian Revolution Anarchism and the General
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Rosa Luxemburg was a leader of the German Social Democratic Federation and jailed for her opposition to WWI. She was assassinated in 1919.