Rosa Luxemburg

Rosa Luxemburg Striking the right balance between personal insight and political analysis this biography traces Rosa Luxemburg s development from a humble Polish girl with a keen interest in herding geese to the mo

  • Title: Rosa Luxemburg
  • Author: Paul Frölich
  • ISBN: 9781608460748
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • Striking the right balance between personal insight and political analysis, this biography traces Rosa Luxemburg s development from a humble Polish girl with a keen interest in herding geese to the most important leader of the German Communist Party.

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    1. This biography is an intensely passionate, emotionally gripping and highly informative account of the life of an incredible 20th-century figure. Rosa Luxemburg nowadays is unfortunately usually known through badly summarized second-hand accounts at the hands of either liberals, tyros seeking in her figure (though never in her texts, or in facts) an "uncorrupted" version of socialism through the inexistent movement of "Luxemburgism," Trotskyists seeking to find in her yet more proof of the myster [...]



    2. I really enjoyed this biography. It was organized by theme and also chronologically. I've seen several Rosa Luxemburg straßen but never really looked into her life. She spent so much time in jail just for her writing and organizing. I'm glad that it touched upon the German revolution after WWI because it's something that no one really talks about: I mean, it was a bourgeois revolution and the Spartakus folk lost, but to tie all that in with what was happening in the young Soviet Union really br [...]


    3. Rosa Luxemburg is an active intellectual. She exercised her intellects to process the theories and strategies and then applies them to life. She was passionate in her conviction, her vision for the welfare of the working class that physical discomfort and danger did not put her off her “duties”. Whilst an evenly spread wealth is an ideal, I don’t think this is an ideal which will ever be applicable to real life. This is primarily due to the one human fault / factor, greed, which will alway [...]


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