Rosa Luxemburg

International Council Correspondence Volume 6, Number 4

New Essays. A Quarterly Devoted to the Study of Modern Society (International Council Correspondence), Vol. 6, no. 4, Winter 1943

International Council Correspondence Volume 2, Number 8

International Council Correspondence, Vol. 2, no. 8, July 1936

Revolutionary Hangover - Rosa Luxemburg

Rosa Luxemburg otzovist Lenin

First translation of 'Революционное похмелье', an article by Luxemburg which appeared in Proletary No. 44, pp. 3–6, April 8 (21), 1909.

The letters of Rosa Luxemburg

The most comprehensive collection of letters by Rosa Luxemburg ever published in English.

International Council Correspondence Volume 1, Number 5

The Volume 1, Number 5 (February 1935) issue of International Council Correspondence.

The complete works of Rosa Luxemburg, volume 1: economic writings 1

This first volume in Rosa Luxemburg’s Complete Works, entitled Economic Writings 1, contains some of Luxemburg’s most important statements on the globalization of capital, wage labor, imperialism, and pre-capitalist economic formations.

Rosa Luxemburg: a true revolutionary

An article by Staughton Lynd about the socialist revolutionary, Rosa Luxemburg.

The 1918 treaty of Brest-Litovsk: curbing the revolution - Guy Sabatier

A detailed historical account and political analysis of the treaty that marked the official conclusion of the First World War on the Eastern Front, in which the author stridently advocates the position of the “left communists” who opposed the treaty and instead called for international revolutionary war, with extensive discussion of the connection between the opposing views on this question in the Bolshevik Party and crucial domestic controversies concerning revolutionary social organization and economic policy.

Rosa Luxemburg's legacy

A podcast on Rosa Luxemburg's legacy from Pacifica Radio's "Against the Grain" with Peter Hudis, editor of the forthcoming fourteen-volume Collected Works of Rosa Luxemburg.

The apotheosis of money: the structural limits of capital valorization, casino capitalism and the global financial crisis - Robert Kurz

In this 1995 essay, Robert Kurz examines “fictitious capital”, “unproductive labor”, the “tertiary sector”, “State debt”, “speculative bubbles”, “derivatives”, and “globalization” in the context of the wave of bankruptcies, crashes and bailouts of the 80s and 90s; discusses Rosa Luxemburg’s crisis theory, Keynesianism, Aglietta’s “regulation theory”, and the “neo-liberal” offensive; and predicts a “devaluation shock” that will invalidate the bloated property claims of fictitious capital in a “monetary atomic explosion” heralding “the end of the history of the mode of production based on money”.