Ideology, Politics, and Radicalism of the Afro-Caribbean
By: Jerome Teelucksingh (author)Hardback
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Afro-Caribbean personalities coupled with trade unions and organizations provided the ideology and leadership to empower the working class and also hastened the end of colonialism in the Anglophone Caribbean.
Jerome Teelucksingh is Lecturer at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago. He has served as a part-time lecturer at the University of Trinidad and Tobago and the Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies. He is the author of Labour and the Decolonization Struggle in Trinidad and Tobago.
Introduction.- 1 Marcus Garvey's Caribbean legacy.- 2 C.L.R. James's Perspectives on Pan-Africanism and Trade Unionism.- 3 Comrade of the Global Working Class: George Padmore the Writer and Activist.- 4 The charismatic Tubal Uriah Butler.- 5 Quiet radical: Contributions of Sir Arthur Lewis.- 6 Dr. Eric Williams: Racial Ideology and Trade Unionism.- 7 The political academic: Dr. Walter Rodney.- 8 Bad boy to Black Power: The revolutionary struggles of Kwame Ture.- Conclusion.
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