So I was having a discussion with some ex-trostskyist trade union friends the other day, they kept refering to
Rosa Luxemburg's "The Mass Strike, the Political Party and the Trade Unions" as their sort of magna carta.
It has been many, many years since I read it, but I always recalled she was anti-anarchist, definately not a syndicalist and surely for a Party which plays a role. My recollection of her is that she was really for a less centralized party, for a more "democratic" marxism then Lenin. The latter I also vaguely remember from a pamphlet I read a gazillion years ago called, "Leninism or Marxism" (bit was originally publish under another name).
I'm wondering what others impressions/interpretation of "The Mass Strike..." is. While I'm interested in all opinions, I'd be most interested in the opinions of those comrades who are explicitedly anarcho-syndicalist. Of course, all those who are anarcho-marxist are invited to share their thoughts as well.
Thanks for your time.