The "Not so Bright" Protégés and the Comrades that "Never Quarreled"
C.L.R. James's Disputes on Labor's Self-Emancipation and the Political Economy of Colonial Freedom

Quest, Matthew

Publisher:  Insurgent Notes
Date Written:  04/10/2013
Year Published:  2013  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX15531

Surveying C.L.R. James's shifting and evolving views on the making of national liberation struggles, whether in Kwame Nkrumah's Ghana, Eric Williams’s Trinidad, or Toussaint L'Ouverture's Haiti, which he was associated as anti-colonial activist and independent socialist historian, may lead observers to conclude he was either inconsistent in defending his most cherished ideals or, alternatively, strategically minded in specific historical moments.

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