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|Named Person:||Malcolm X|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack Barnes; Steve Clark; Mary-Alice Waters
|Description:||413 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Part I The political legacy of Malcolm X --
He spoke the truth to our generation of revolutionists : in tribute to Malcolm X / Jack Barnes --
"Young socialist" interview / Malcolm X --
Malcolm X : revolutionary leader of the working class / Jack Barnes --
Part II The vanguard record of Blacks in struggles by workers and farmers --
Radical reconstruction : its conquests and the consequences of its defeat / Jack Barnes --
Jim Crow, the Confederate battle flag, and the fight for land / Jack Barnes --
Robert F. Williams, the Cuban Revolution, and self-defense against racist violence / Jack Barnes --
The cosmopolitan "meritocracy" and the changing class structure of the Black nationality / Jack Barnes --
Part III What the Bolshevik Revolution taught us --
Everything new and progressive came from the Revolution of 1917 / James P. Cannon --
The national question and the road to the proletarian dictatorship in the United States : discussions with Leon Trotsky --
To whom belongs the decisive word / Leon Trotsky --
Part IV Ending the dictatorship of capital, ending racism --
Black liberation and the dictatorship of the proletariat / Jack Barnes.
|Other Titles:||Malcolm X, Black liberation and the road to workers power|
|Responsibility:||Jack Barnes ; [edited by Steve Clark and Mary-Alice Waters].|
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