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Study Session on Rosa Luxemburg’s “Mass Strike” Pamphlet

Sunday, July 22 4PM Café Flora
2600 Royal (at Franklin)

To understand the significance of the momentous events that began with the mass upheavals in North Africa and the Middle East, and have spread globally, it helps to look at what Rosa Luxemburg called periods of “mass strike.” These were not single events, but rather whole periods of intensified class conflict in which working people began to see and act on their common interests through a great variety of activities, including strikes, general strikes, occupations, and militant confrontations.
Below is a link to Luxemburg’s Mass Strike pamphlet. At the Sunday, July 22nd study session we will also discuss Jeremy Brecher’s article regarding the relevance of Luxemburg’s work for understanding and strengthening the occupy wall street movement.

http://www.marxists.org/archive/luxemburg/1906/mass-strike/index.htm

https://www.commondreams.org/view/2012/03/26-8

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