The Dreyfus Affair and the Millerand Case

Luxemburg, Rosa
Year Published:  1899
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX7951

For in the Dreyfus case four social factors make themselves felt which give it the stamp of a question directly related to the class struggle. They are: militarism, chauvinism-nationalism, anti-Semitism, and clericalism. In our written and spoken agitation we always combat these direct enemies of the socialist proletariat by virtue of our general tendencies. It would thus be totally incomprehensible to not enter into a struggle with these enemies exactly when it is a question of unmasking them, not as abstract clich├ęs, but through the use of living current events.

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