“A stirring and beautiful book.”

She was born Rozalia Luksenburg in Poland in 1871. Against the triple historical whammy of being “a girl, a Jew, a cripple,” as Vivian Gornick put it, she opposed an overpowering intellect and a turbulent commitment to social justice. She became one of the vital thinkers of the 20th century, a Marxist theoretician without peer, a revolutionary passionately opposed to…  Chicago Tribune

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