A Different Hunger: Writings on Black Resistance
‘One of the most exciting and controversial political thinkers in Britain.’ Guardian 'He approaches ideological analysis with a fine sense of literary rhetoric and an emotional optimism that makes his writings at once a theoretical challenge and a passionate call to arms.' New Statesman This collection of A. Sivanandan's writings looks at the history of black struggles against British racism from the 1940s to the uprisings of Brixton and Toxteth in the 1980s.
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From Resistance to Rebellion
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