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At 18—already on the Warsaw police blotter—Rosa was sent to Zurich to study, and never went home again.
Although she was registered at the university as a student in natural sciences, it was at the German socialist club—with its library, reading room and lecture hall—that she got her education.
In 1898 it was decided that Luxemburg—who had Westernized the spelling of her name—would move to Berlin to make her way in the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD), then the most powerful socialist party in Europe.
Jogiches would remain behind in Switzerland, where he was still studying for a doctorate and working to build the Polish party.
As she spoke, Luxemburg could see that the men looking up at her were beginning to feel penetrated by the drama of class warfare.
She returned to Berlin in a blaze of personal glory, now the darling of the party elite.Luxemburg, on the other hand, believed heart and soul that capitalism in all its forms had to be eradicated—through nothing less than the spontaneous uprising of rank-and-file workers—if there was ever to be a social democracy.For Luxemburg, the words “general strike” were definitive.In the city’s radical underground, she opened her mouth to speak and found that thought and feeling came swiftly together through an eloquence that stirred those who agreed with her, and overwhelmed those who did not.The experience was exhilarating; more than exhilarating, it was clarifying; it centered her, told her who she was.