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    Chapter Two. Imperialism, Self-Determination, and Violence
    with Frantz Fanon and Hannah Arendt
    In Joan Cocks (ed.), Passion and Paradox: Intellectuals Confront the National Question, Princeton University Press. pp. 45-70. 2009.
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    Rosa Luxemburg was a revolutionary socialist who fought and died for her beliefs. In January 1919, after being arrested for her involvement in a workers' uprising in Berlin, she was brutally murdered by a group of right-wing soldiers. Her body was recovered days later from a canal. Six years earlier she had published what was undoubtedly her finest achievement, The Accumulation of Capital - a book which remains one of the masterpieces of socialist literature. Taking Marx as her starting point, s…Read more
  • Rosa Luxemburg: Writings and Reflections (edited book)
    with Paul Le Blanc
    Humanity Books. 1999.
    An advocate of radical democracy and individual responsibility, Rosa Luxemburg remains the most eminent representative of the libertarian socialist tradition. A reevaluation and renewal within the Left has allowed the ideas of Luxemburg to assume greater vitality and relevance today than ever before. This volume provides an essential representative sampling of Luxemburg's writings that have generally not been among those commonly anthologized. That she had a powerful impact on every generation o…Read more