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Rosa Luxemburg

1978: Ernest Mandel – Rosa Luxemburg and political economy

The Accumulation of Capital was published in 1913, and it was probably only after completing her magnum opus that Luxemburg resumed writing her Introduction to Political Economy. Interrupted once again, now by the outbreak of war, she continued to work on the Introduction during her stay in prison in Wronke, in the German province of […]

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Labour strike at Buckey’s Estate, St Kitts. (Source: https://libcom.org/library/labour-rebellions-1930s-british-caribbean-region-colonies-richard-hart)

World makers of the Black Atlantic

My sense, while reading this book, was of a twentieth century tradition now ripe to be reclaimed and revived, since, like Du Bois and his generation, we will surely need now to grasp the deep roots of our multiple crises if we are to be free of them and deliver a world to our children […]

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In memory of Marta Harnecker, who passed away on June 14, 2019

All of us began with Marta Harnecker

During an interview, then-Bolivia Vice President Álvaro García Linera and Spanish state parliamentarian Pablo Iglesias were exchanging ideas on classic texts and their own initiation into politics when the Spanish activist proclaimed: “All of us began with Marta Harnecker”.

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