Decolonizing theManifesto: Communism and the Slave Analogy

@inproceedings{Shilliam2015DecolonizingTC,
  title={Decolonizing theManifesto: Communism and the Slave Analogy},
  author={Robbie Shilliam},
  year={2015}
}
In this chapter I will engage with the Communist Manifesto through the sensibilities of what has been called the “Black Radical Tradition”. This tradition finds its source in the lived struggles of peoples of African heritage, especially those in the Diaspora, from slavery days until the present. Its intellectual provenance is the theorization and narration of racial order especially, but not only, that of white supremacy. Those who work in the tradition differ in the personal and intellectual… Expand

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