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C. L. R. James on the Negro Question

The first collection of writings on African-American topics by this internationally influential pan-African thinker


Just when I thought I'd read everything James wrote on black liberation and class struggle, Scott McLemee's prodigious research unearths a small but significant cache of relatively unknown texts that shed new light on James's understanding of black nationalism, popular culture, and history. McLemee's introduction places these critical writings in the context of James's life and work, giving us a new perspective on James's revolutionary thought for our own age.

- Robin D.G. Kelley, author of Hammer and Hoe: Alabama Communists During the Great Depression