C.LR. James: A Genuine Twentieth Century Hero?

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 3

C.LR. James: A Genuine Twentieth Century Hero?
Anna Grimshaw, pages -

Abstract

C.L.R. James was born in Trinidad in 1901 and died in London in 1989. James dedicated his life to the theory and practice of revolutionary politics, and inspired many movements around the world. Among his most important writings are The Black Jacobins and Beyond A Boundary; a representative sample may be found in The C.L.R. James Reader (1992).

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Anna Grimshaw (1996) C.LR. James: A Genuine Twentieth Century Hero?, Soundings, 1996(3), -

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