Revolutionary Integration: A Marxist Analysis of African American Liberation
A Marxist study of the civil rights and Black Power movements, which examines the nature of racism and the impact of African American radicals, feminists, and lesbians and gays. Critiques the nationalist assumptions of many Left groups, and puts forward an analysis that identifies racism as a distinct form of oppression that is intrinsic to capitalism.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE 2004 EDITION
Dialectics of Black Liberation
Troops occupy the University of Mississippi 1962
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