Violating Failures: Rosa Luxemburg's Spartacus Manifesto and Dada Berlin Anti-manifestation

@inproceedings{Katsouraki2013ViolatingFR,
  title={Violating Failures: Rosa Luxemburg's Spartacus Manifesto and Dada Berlin Anti-manifestation},
  author={Eve Katsouraki},
  year={2013}
}
Some of the greatest Marxist historical accounts of revolutionary events are the accounts of great failures. One needs only mention the German Peasants' War, the Jacobins in the French Revolution, the Paris Commune, the October Revolution, the Chinese Cultural Revolution while numerous others lurk behind many of the battles of the proletariat throughout the twentieth century. In the most radical political engagement, such as the Cultural Revolution for Badiou, or the Nazi Revolution for… 
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