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In-dependence from bondage : Claude McKay and Michael Manley : defying the ideological clash and policy gaps in African Diaspora relations

Author: Lloyd D McCarthy
Publisher: Trenton, NJ : Africa World Press, ©2007.
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McCarthy, Lloyd D.
In-dependence from bondage.
Trenton, NJ : Africa World Press, ©2007
(OCoLC)646859849
Named Person: Claude McKay; Michael Manley
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lloyd D McCarthy
ISBN: 1592214649 9781592214648 1592214657 9781592214655
OCLC Number: 70122514
Description: xii, 192 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Bondage : plunder and resistance --
Claude McKay : from colonial poet to militant internationalist --
Michael Manley : from "Joshua" to globalist --
McKay's worldview for African Diaspora development --
Manley's worldview for African Diaspora development --
"In-dependence" and reformist views.
Responsibility: Lloyd D. McCarthy.
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by In-Dependence (WorldCat user on 2007-02-13)

Acknowledgment xi Introduction 1 Chapter One: Bondage: Plunder and Resistance—The Legacy That Shaped Their Common Outlook 7 • Spanish Elites and Genocide 7 • “Nanny” Resisting Cromwell’s Men 9 • Blacks and Browns in the Struggle Against Colonialism 12 • From the English Elites to the American Elites 16 Chapter Two: Claude McKay: From Colonial Poet to Militant Internationalist 25 • Wha Cultural Resistance without “Hannah Ann Elizabeth McKay”? 25 • Crysstal Eastman, The Liberator and Workers Against Workers 31 • Syllvia Pankurst’s Workers’ Dreadnought and the Militant Internationalist 33 • Reaction to Stalinism and U.S. Communist Party Racism 39 • From the International to the Personal 41 Chapter Three: Michael Manley: From “Joshua” to Globalist 49 • What Humanism Without Edna Manley 49 • Progressive Women and Michael Manley’s Globalism 50 • Manley’s Regional Consciousness 52 • Manley’s Global Awareness and North-South Reality 55 • Manley’s Understanding of U.S. Relations 57 • From the Global to the Personal: Women and Myths 62 Chapter Four: McKay’s Worldview for African Diaspora Development 71 • The Foundations of McKay’s Worldview: Struggle for Philosophy and Strategy 71 • McKay on “Fifths” 73 • Invoke “Obi,” the Uncompromised Ancestral Spirit 75 • Race Struggle Is Also the Class Struggle for Black Workers 79 • Black Consciousness Is Class Consciousness 81 • Media Democracy and the African Diaspora 88 • “Anglophile” Ideology and the Struggle of the African Diaspora 89 Chapter Five: Manley’s Worldview for African Diaspora Development 97 • The Foundations of Manley’s Globalist Worldview 97 • Neocolonialism: “One Shilling a Ton” 100 • Moving “Out of Babylon” 102 • Manley’s Amendment: The Race Struggle Is the Class Struggle 109 • South-South and the African Diaspora are the Proletarian Nations 111 • Man On Northern Elites’ New World Order and South-South Crisis 114 • South-South—African Diaspora and Proletarian Nations, Unite! 116 Chapter Six: “In-Dependence” and Reformist Views 127 • “A ‘New’ Decree”: Globalization 128 • “To the Ancient Gods of Greed”: Globalization and Economic Growth 133 • “Offered Up as Sacrifice”: Globalization and Life Expectancy 137 • “Oh, We Who Deign to Live But Will Not Dare”: Globalization and Human Development 142 • “The White World’s Burden Must Forever Bear”: Debt • Reformist Views: “Democratic Deficit” 147 Conclusion 165 Works Cited 173 Index 187

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by In-Dependence (WorldCat user on 2007-02-18)

In-Dependence” From Bondage (2007), examines the social and political views of the well known Harlem Renaissance Poet and Novelist, Claude McKay, and that of the world renowned Caribbean Socialist, Michel N. Manley. It is the first book to comparatively study the worldviews of Claude McKay and Michael N. Manley. The book explains: • the common historical context of Claude McKay’s and Michael Manley’s conception of history and major problems in international relations. • Claude McKay’s trajectory from an Afro-Caribbean colonial poet to an enlightened internationalist, whose famous poem, "If We Must Die," ushered in the Harlem Renaissance. • Michael Manley’s transition from a Jamaican nationalist to a leader in world affairs. • the foundations of McKay’s and Manley’s worldviews for African Diaspora development, through analysis of their literary works. • Within the framework of McKay’s and Manley’s political and social views, critically examines the current discourse on globalization and the outcome of the current multinational corporations’ agenda on human development in the African Diaspora. “In-Dependence” is an important reference book in its field for several reasons, including: a) because of its interdisciplinary methodology, b)it is a major contribution to the study of the African Diaspora, and c)its approach to the examination of globalization and international politics. The book's methodology is interdisciplinary. It uses art, politics and planning methods to move the work through historical, biographical and theoretical analysis to the current and practical--impacts of, and corrective strategies for, issues of globalization in the African Diaspora.

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“‘In-Dependence’ From Bondage” is an important presentation that is scholarly offered, as viewed through the eyes of two important social change agents. Both Claude McKay and Michael Manley provided leadership and insightful meaning to the exploitation of peoples of African descent in the Western Hemisphere...[T]he...
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