In the face of the economic crisis, working-class activists need to discuss the how we can move forward, and how workers are in fact fighting the attacks that come out of the crisis. As part of this discussion, Activists in Argentina, France, Norway, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom and the USA have initiated a new journal, Mass Strike. Mass Strike is the bulletin of the International Luxemburgist Network, an organization founded in 2008 which groups together those who are in general agreement with the ideas of Rosa Luxemburg. Several issues of the journal are online at http://www.luxemburgism.org in English and Spanish .
Luxemburg’s work on the democratic self-organization of the working class, the mass strike process, the functioning of capitalist accumulation and her unwavering opposition to all forms of nationalism is, we believe, critical to understanding and acting on today’s world. But her work grew out of living, evolving tradition of Marxist working-class thought that includes the work of many others before, during and since her time. We draw on that larger tradition, not on her work alone.
The website has a multilingual international forum. We encourage all those who agree with the ideas of Rosa Luxemburg to contact us and to join this Network, since it is open to all.