Modern Politics (Charles H. Kerr Library) Paperback – 29 Aug 2013
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"C. L. R. James has a special place in the history of Third World revolutionary movements. He combines Caribbean nationalism, Black radicalism, a once Trotskyist blend of revolutionary anti-imperialism, and the European classic tradition in an individual and potent mix. A mine of richness and variety." "Times Educational Supplement""
""Modern Politics "is a quality introduction to Marxism by a major theorist. Although clearly not a work of academic scholarship, James heavily textured approach to Marxism and its social context is refined and enjoyable." Michael Lazarus, "Marx & Philosophy Review of Books""
About the Author
C. L. R. James was a historian and political activist who was considered a major figure in Pan-Africanism and a leader in developing a democratic, revolutionary, and internationalist current within Marxism. He is the author of "The Black Jacobins," "A History of Pan-African Revolt," "A New Notion: Two Works by C. L. R. James," "Sex, Race and Class The Perspective of Winning," and "You Don t Play with Revolution." Noel Ignatiev is a historian and history professor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. He is the author of "How the Irish Became White" and the cofounder and coeditor of the journal "Race Traitor." He lives in Boston."
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