Rosa Luxemburg. Complete Works.

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Rosa Luxemburg. Complete Works.  

Rosa Luxemburg (1871-1919)

Volume I: Economic Writings 1. Londres: Verso, 2013.

Volume II: Economic Writings 2. Londres: Verso, 2015.

Editado por Peter Hudis y Paul Le Blanc.

Volume III: Political Writings1: On Revolution, 1897–1905. Londres: Verso, 2019.

Editado por Peter Hudis, Axel Fair-Schulz y William A. Pelz.

Traducción de J. Fracchia, D. Fernbach, G. Shriver, N. Gray, A. Mann y Henry Holland.

Contents

Volume I

Introduction: The Multidimensionality of Rosa Luxemburg / Peter Hudis

1. The Industrial Development of Poland

2. Back to Adam Smith!

3. Introduction to Political Economy

4. Slavery

5. Notes About the Economic Form of Antiquity/Slavery

6. The Middle Ages. Feudalism. Development of Cities

7. Practical Economics: Volume 2 of Marx’s Capital

8. History of Crises

9. Practical Economics: Volume 3 of Marx’s Capital

10. History of Political Economy

Appendix: Theory of the Wages Fund

Contents

Volume II

Introduction by Paul Le Blanc

The Accumulation of Capital: A Contribution to the Economic Theory of Imperialism

Translator’s Note on Terminology

Foreword

SECTION I: THE PROBLEM OF REPRODUCTION

SECTION II: HISTORICAL EXPOSITION OF THE PROBLEM

     First Round—The Controversy Between Sismondi/Malthus and Say/Ricardo/McCulloch

     Second Round—The Controversy Between Rodbertus and von Kirchmann

     Third Round—Struve/Bulgakov/Tugan-Baranovsky vs. Vorontsov/Danielson

SECTION III: THE HISTORICAL CONDITIONS OF ACCUMULATION

The Accumulation of Capital, Or, What the Epigones Have Made Out of Marx’s Theory—An Anti-Critique

Translator’s Note on Terminology

Part I

Part II

The Second and Third Volumes of Capital

Contents

Volume III

Introduction by William A. Pelz and Axel Fair-Schulz

1897

Social Democratic Movement in the Lithuanian Provinces of Russia

1899

A Workers Newspaper in Russia A New Tsarist Circular

1902

Russian Women Workers in Battle

1904

The Russian Terrorist Trial

Amid the Storm

Political Breakthrough

Proclamation of the SDKPiL Chief Executive Committee of December 1904: Onward to Storm the Autocracy

1905

The Russian Year

The Uprising of the Petersburg Proletariat

After the First Act

The Revolution in Russia [January 22, 1905]

Revolution in Petersburg!

The Revolution in Russia [February 8, 1905]

The Problem of the “Hundred Peoples”

General Strike

The Revolution in Russia [February 9 and 10, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [February 11–16, 1905]

Terror

Religious Procession of the Proletariat

Under the Sign of Social Democracy

A Test Based on a Sample

A Political Settling of the Score

In the Bonfire Glow of the Revolution May

Day Massacres in Russia

Bloody May

The Revolution in Russia [May 4, 1905]

Murder in Warsaw

A Year of Revolution

Two Camps

To the Polish Intelligentsia

A Giant Demonstration in Łódź

The Cards Are on the Table

The ‘Peaceful’ Action of the PPS

Honorable Gentlemen—Lawyers of Poland

Conference of Socialist and Revolutionary Organizations

Up-and-Coming Men in Russia

Russian Party Controversies

Strike-Revolution in Łódź

The Street Battle in Łódź

Outbreak of Revolution in Łódź: June Days

On Top of the Volcano

The “Constitution” of the Knout

A Victim of the White Terror

Remarks at the Jena Congress on Relations Between the Party and the Trade Unions, with Reference to the 1905 Revolution in Russia [September 1905]

“Long Live the Revolution”

To Arms Against the “Constitution” of the Knout!

A New Epoch in the Russian Revolution

The Revolution Advances

Catastrophe Impending?

The Russian Volcano

The Revolution in Russia [October 31, 1905]

Our Task

The New Constitutional Manifesto of Nicholas the Last

“Powder Dry, Sword Well Sharpened”

The Tsar’s “Constitution,” Modified by Mass Murder

Freedom Is Born in the Tsar’s Empire

The Revolution in Russia [November 5, 1905]

The Murderous Cads of the “Constitutional State”

The Political Mass Strike

The Tsar Breaks His Word Again

A Conservative General as a “Revolutionary”

The Revolution in Russia [November 9, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 10, 1905]

After the Bankruptcy of Absolutism

The Revolution in Russia [November 11, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 12, 1905]

Large Landowners and the Revolution

The Revolution in Russia [November 14, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 15, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 16, 1905]

The Truth about Kronstadt

The State of Siege in Poland

The Revolution in Russia [November 17, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 18, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 19, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 21, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 22, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 24, 1905]

The Solution to the Problem

The Revolution in Russia [November 25, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 26, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 28, 1905]

Victorious Days for the Constitutional Manifesto

The Revolution in Russia [November 29, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [November 30, 1905]

Lieutenant Schmidt

The Revolution in Russia [December 2, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 3, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 5, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 6, 1905]

The Political Mass Strike

The Revolution in Russia [December 7, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 8, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 9, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 10, 1905]

Revolutionary Days in Moscow

The Revolution in Russia [December 12, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 13, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 14, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 15, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 16, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 17, 1905]

The Truth about Sevastopol

The Revolution in Russia [December 19, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 20, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 20, 1905]

Before Decisive Battle

The Revolution in Russia [December 21, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 22, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 23, 1905]

The Germans in the Baltic Provinces

The Revolution in Russia [December 24, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 28, 1905]

The Revolution in Russia [December 29, 1905]

New Year, New Struggles

A Year of Struggle

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