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 The Origins of Anti-Imperial Marxism: Rediscovering the Polish Socialist

It has often been mistakenly assumed that V.I. Lenin and the Bolsheviks
were the first anti-imperial Marxists. Yet over a decade before the 1903
emergence of the Bolshevik faction – and over two decades before it began
to seriously address the national question – the Polish Socialist
Party (*Polska
Partia Socjalistyczna, *PPS) put the fight for national liberation at the
center of its Marxist project.1
From its birth in 1892 onwards, the PPS developed a strategy of merging
working-class and anti-imperial struggle, presaging an orientation
championed by the early Communist International and socialist activists
across Asia, Africa, and Latin America throughout the 20th century.

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