Richard B. Moore, Caribbean Militant in Harlem: Collected Writings, 1920-1972

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Indiana University Press, 1988 - Social Science - 324 pages
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"[This] critical edition of a selection of Richard B. Moore's essays closes one more gap in the astonishing history of twentieth-century Afro-American nationalism." -- Journal of American History "This first collection of Moore's writings... [is] a welcome and important contribution to scholarship concerned with the political and intellectual history of African peoples in general and of African peoples in the Americas, in particular.... an inspiration to those who follow after to study and emulate his life and achievement." -- Journal of American Ethnic History
 

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Contents

Richard B Moore and His Works by Joyce Moore Turner
19
Radical Politics
45
The PanCaribbean Movement
69
The Awayman Returns to Barbados
92
Speeches and Writings edited by W Burghardt Turner
121
Early Harlem Agitation
139
Harlem and PanAfrican Politics
161
AfroAmerican History
195
Racism and Imperialism
222
The PanCaribbean Movement in Harlem
262
Caribbean Freedom and Nationhood
291
In Conclusion
310
INDEX
317
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