Red Rosa

May 10, 2011

The writings of the martyred socialist Rosa Luxemburg give a plaintive view of history’s paths not taken.
By Christopher Hitchens

"THE GENERALLY ACCEPTED verdict on 20th-century ideology—that its “totalitarian” character eclipses any of the ostensible differences between its “left” and “right” versions—is one that few wish to dispute. Indeed, the very term totalitarian was most probably coined by the dissident Marxist Victor Serge, to denote a uniquely modern form of absolutism that essentially sought to abolish the private life and the individual conscience." 

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