Africans at the crossroads: notes for an African world revolution

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Africa World Press, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 450 pages
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Essays focusing on the African and African American freedom struggle in the African world, as well as detailed discussion of the uncompleted revolutions of five monumental African leaders.

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The United State's CIA's planning and involvement in the assassination of duly elected African leaders should lead to you to want to read this book. The evidence is undeniable. Read full review

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Sometimes this book is a bit meandering, however it is useful in addressing African history from an African point of view. Read full review

Contents

Commentary I
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The NineteenthCentury Origins of the African and African
41
Education for a New Reality in the African World
55
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

John Henrik Clarke was born in 1915 in Union Springs, Alabama, and was brought up in Columbus, Georgia. Editor, lecturer, writer, and teacher, Dr. Clarke lived in New York City from 1933 until his death in 1998.

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