The struggle continues: six ... pamphlets
THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES The six pamphlets in this book reflect the indomitable spirit of Kwame Nkrumah, the symbol of fighting Africa. The first, What I Mean by Positive Action, was written in 1949 when the campaign for the independence of Ghana was at its height. The other five pamphlets were all written between 1966 and 1968 in Conakry, Guinea, where this great Pan-Africanist carried on the socialist revolutionary struggle to which he devoted his whole life. 1 What I Mean by Positive Action 2 The Spectre of Black Power 3 The Struggle Continues 4 Ghana: The Way Out 5 The Big Lie 6 Two Myths All except the first, which was written in 1949 at the height of the national liberation struggle, were written in Conakry between 1967 and 1968. Not only is Kwame Nkrumah's theoretical work highly original and consistent, it is also a practical guide to revolutionary action.
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MEAN BY POSITIVE ACTION
THE SPECTRE OF BLACK POWER
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