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New Left Review I/143, January-February 1984


Tamara Deutscher

In Memoriam: Proletariat Party, 1882–1886

Men who stood on such a high intellectual plane as those four—Kunicki, Bardowski, Ossowski and Pietrusinski—who met death for an idea with heads held high, and who in dying encouraged and inflamed the living, are clearly not the exclusive property of any particular party, group or sect. They belong in the pantheon of all mankind, and anyone to whom the idea of freedom is truly precious should embrace them as kindred spirits and honour their memory.

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