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C.L.R. James and Marxism

Anthony Bogues

C.L.R. James and Marxism

by Anthony Bogues

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Published by Pluto Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography: general,
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9779533M
    ISBN 100745309054
    ISBN 109780745309057
    OCLC/WorldCa231999985


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Russia and Marxism New International, September With The Sharecroppers Labor Action, September Resolution on the Russian Question Resolution submitted by C.L.R.

James to the convention of the Workers Party of the United States. Letter on the nature of the Russian economy New International, April C. James was one of the most influential Marxists of his generation. His important contributions ranged from the subjects of Black liberation to contemporary philosophy and even touched on the anticolonial potential of cricket.

The Revolutionary Studies series of Humanities Press has recently republished his classic World Revolution (a history of the Communist International), has published a volume edited by Scott McLemee and myself, entitled C.L.R.

James and Revolutionary Marxism, Selected Writingsand plans to bring out his wonderful lectures. Scott McLemee is the editor of C.L.R. James and "the Negro Question." He writes the weekly column "Intellectual Affairs" for Inside Higher Ed and serves on the editorial board of New Politics.

Paul Le Blanc is a professor of History at La Roche College, has written on and participated in the U.S. labor, radical and civil rights movements, and is author of such books as Marx, Lenin and the Author: Paul Le Blanc. The Revolutionary Studies series of Humanities Press has recently republished his classic World Revolution (a history of the Communist International), has published a volume edited by Scott McLemee and myself, entitled C.L.R.

James and Revolutionary Marxism, Selected Writingsand plans to bring out his wonderful lectures. Read this book on Questia. I first saw C. James when he came to the United States in He was a leader of the British Trotskyist group and a prominent figure in. Remarkably for a book written inthis amazing volume is as compelling today as it was then.

Extremely well-written, passionate, and erudite, C.L.R. James's classic is still the starting point I would recommend for anyone interested in Haitian history.

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