An exciting text with an up-to-date topic: women’s rights. Clara Zetkin (1857–1933), a German Marxist theorist, activist, and advocate for women’s rights talks to Russian communist revolutionary, politician and political theorist Lenin about “the woman question” – their assessments are still valid today. Zetkin and Lenin are concerned with the struggle for women’s rights – which they clearly distinguish from “bourgeois women’s right”. The role of women in the communist movement also is discussed. A critical book about democracy, women and the right of liberty.
First published in 1929
&Kollegen, Fabian Franz Embossed Hardcover, 80 pages Digital printing, small print run, 137 x 210 mm folded poster as insert