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[Zetkin, Clara] Цеткинъ [Цеткинa], Клара
[The School Question and Social Democracy. Lecture, Held At the Third Women's Conference in Bremen. Translated From German by B. Mironov.] [On Cover:] Школьный вопросъ и Соцiальдемократiя. Pефератъ, прочитанный на третьей женской конференцiи въ Бременѣ. Переводъ съ немѣцкаго Б Mироновой
Odessa: Novaya Earya, 1905. First Russian edition (first German: Berlin, 1904). In publisher's printed wrappers. Spine worn. Pages loose. Paper yellowed due to aging. Overall in good condition.. First Russian edition (first German: Berlin, 1904). In publisher's printed wrappers. 17, (1) p. The first Russian edition of Clara Zetkin's lecture on education, held at Women's Conference in Bremen in 1904. In her paper Zetkin emphasizes the importance of education for social-democrats, she considers the schools as spaces of agitation where the superiority of the Socialist idea and the shortcomings of Capitalism and the bourgeois society could be demonstrated. Clara Zetkin (1857-1933) was a prominent figure in the German and international workers' movement, particularly in the women workers' movement as a pioneer advocate for women's rights, the editor of Die Gleichheit (Equality) the magazine of the women's proletarian movement, and as leader of various international women organizations during the course of her life. A friend and political associate of Alexandra Kollontai and Rosa Luxemburg, with Kollontai they fought for women's suffrage, with Luxemburg they led the left-wing of the Social Democratic Party of Germany and were founders of the German Communist Party. Not in Dobkin. Scarce, WorldCat locates no copies in institutional holdings.
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