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The Resource Class struggle and the color line : American socialism and the race question 1900-1930, [edited by] Paul M. Heideman

Class struggle and the color line : American socialism and the race question 1900-1930, [edited by] Paul M. Heideman

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Class struggle and the color line : American socialism and the race question 1900-1930
Title
Class struggle and the color line
Title remainder
American socialism and the race question 1900-1930
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Paul M. Heideman
Contributor
Editor
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"A thoughtful collection of original documents highlighting the deep, early roots of Black radicalism in the US from 1900-1930. As Black oppression moves again to the forefront of American public life, the history of radical approaches to combating racism has acquired renewed relevance. Collecting, for the first time, source materials from a diverse array of writers and organizers, this reader provides a new perspective on the complex history of revolutionary debates about fighting anti-Black racism. Contextual material from the editor places each contribution in its historical and political setting, making this volume ideal for both scholars and activists."--Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
335.00973
Index
index present
LC call number
HX81
LC item number
.C53 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Heideman, Paul M.
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  • Socialism
  • Racism
  • African Americans
  • African American communists
  • African American communists
  • African Americans
  • Racism
  • Socialism
  • United States
  • HISTORY / African American
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Civil Rights
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Communism, Post-Communism & Socialism
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Social Classes & Economic Disparity
Label
Class struggle and the color line : American socialism and the race question 1900-1930, [edited by] Paul M. Heideman
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-414) and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
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Contents
  • Introduction -- Part 1. The Socialist Party -- Eugene V. Debs. Introduction ; The Negro in the Class Struggle ; The Negro and His Nemesis -- A.M. Simons. Introduction ; The Negro Problem -- I.M. Rubinow. Introduction ; Economic Aspects of the Negro Problem (Part I) ; Economic Aspects of the Negro Problem (Part II) -- Kate Richards O'Hare. Introduction ; Nigger Equality -- Hubert Harrison. Introduction ; The Negro and Socialism, Part V: Summary and Conclusion ; Socialism and the Negro -- W.E.B. Du Bois. Introduction ; Socialism and the Negro Problem -- The New Review. Introduction ; The Status of the Negro in the United States ; "Democracy" and Negro Segregation -- The Class Struggle. Introduction ; The Negro Problem--A Labor Problem -- Part 2. The Industrial Workers of the World -- Ben Fletcher. Introduction ; The Negro and Organized Labor -- IWW Documents. Introduction ; "Nigger" Lovers ; A Class, Not a Race Problem ; Colored Workers of America: Why You Should Join the IWW ; Justice for the Negro--How He Can Get It ; To Colored Workers: Attention! -- Part 3. The Messenger -- Editorials. Introduction ; Bolshevism and World Democracy ; The Right and Left Wing Interpreted ; The Cause of and Remedy for Race Riots ; The International Debacle ; The General Strike and Lawlessness ; Lenin -- W.A. Domingo. Introduction ; Socialism Imperilled or the Negro--A Potential Menace to American Radicalism ; Socialism The Negro's Hope ; Did Bolshevism Stop Race Riots in Russia? ; Will Bolshevism Free America? --
  • Part 4. The Crusader -- Cyril V. Briggs. Introduction. Deporting Aliens and Negroes ; Out for Negro Tools ; Make Their Cause Your Own ; Bolshevism and Race Prejudice ; Bolshevism's Menace: To Whom and to What? ; At the Crossroads (Part I) ; At the Crossroads (Part II) ; Trend of World Events in Their Relation to the Negro ; "Africa for the Africans" ; The Salvation of the Negro ; Africa and the White Proletariat ; The Acid Test of White Friendship ; Program of the A.B.B.--Offered for the Guidance of the Negro Race in the Great Liberation Struggle -- Part V. The Communist Party -- Official Documents. Introduction ; Theses of the Fourth Comintern Congress on the Negro Question ; Black Belt Thesis -- John Reed. Introduction. The Negro Question in America -- Claude McKay. Introduction ; Socialism and the Negro ; How Black Sees Green and Red ; Letter to the Editor of the Crisis -- Robert Minor. Introduction. The Black Ten Millions ; The Black Ten Millions (Part II) -- Lovett Fort-Whiteman. Introduction ; The Negro in Politics ; The Negro and American Race Prejudice ; The Negro in America -- Jeannette Pearl. Introduction ; Negro Women Workers -- William F. Dunne. Introduction ; Negroes in American Industry (Part I) ; Negroes in American Industry (Part II) ; The Negroes as an Oppressed People -- Jay Lovestone. Introduction ; The Great Negro Migration -- William Z. Foster. Introduction ; The Workers (Communist) Party in the South
Control code
974677394
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ix, 458 pages
Isbn
9781608467778
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)974677394
Label
Class struggle and the color line : American socialism and the race question 1900-1930, [edited by] Paul M. Heideman
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-414) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction -- Part 1. The Socialist Party -- Eugene V. Debs. Introduction ; The Negro in the Class Struggle ; The Negro and His Nemesis -- A.M. Simons. Introduction ; The Negro Problem -- I.M. Rubinow. Introduction ; Economic Aspects of the Negro Problem (Part I) ; Economic Aspects of the Negro Problem (Part II) -- Kate Richards O'Hare. Introduction ; Nigger Equality -- Hubert Harrison. Introduction ; The Negro and Socialism, Part V: Summary and Conclusion ; Socialism and the Negro -- W.E.B. Du Bois. Introduction ; Socialism and the Negro Problem -- The New Review. Introduction ; The Status of the Negro in the United States ; "Democracy" and Negro Segregation -- The Class Struggle. Introduction ; The Negro Problem--A Labor Problem -- Part 2. The Industrial Workers of the World -- Ben Fletcher. Introduction ; The Negro and Organized Labor -- IWW Documents. Introduction ; "Nigger" Lovers ; A Class, Not a Race Problem ; Colored Workers of America: Why You Should Join the IWW ; Justice for the Negro--How He Can Get It ; To Colored Workers: Attention! -- Part 3. The Messenger -- Editorials. Introduction ; Bolshevism and World Democracy ; The Right and Left Wing Interpreted ; The Cause of and Remedy for Race Riots ; The International Debacle ; The General Strike and Lawlessness ; Lenin -- W.A. Domingo. Introduction ; Socialism Imperilled or the Negro--A Potential Menace to American Radicalism ; Socialism The Negro's Hope ; Did Bolshevism Stop Race Riots in Russia? ; Will Bolshevism Free America? --
  • Part 4. The Crusader -- Cyril V. Briggs. Introduction. Deporting Aliens and Negroes ; Out for Negro Tools ; Make Their Cause Your Own ; Bolshevism and Race Prejudice ; Bolshevism's Menace: To Whom and to What? ; At the Crossroads (Part I) ; At the Crossroads (Part II) ; Trend of World Events in Their Relation to the Negro ; "Africa for the Africans" ; The Salvation of the Negro ; Africa and the White Proletariat ; The Acid Test of White Friendship ; Program of the A.B.B.--Offered for the Guidance of the Negro Race in the Great Liberation Struggle -- Part V. The Communist Party -- Official Documents. Introduction ; Theses of the Fourth Comintern Congress on the Negro Question ; Black Belt Thesis -- John Reed. Introduction. The Negro Question in America -- Claude McKay. Introduction ; Socialism and the Negro ; How Black Sees Green and Red ; Letter to the Editor of the Crisis -- Robert Minor. Introduction. The Black Ten Millions ; The Black Ten Millions (Part II) -- Lovett Fort-Whiteman. Introduction ; The Negro in Politics ; The Negro and American Race Prejudice ; The Negro in America -- Jeannette Pearl. Introduction ; Negro Women Workers -- William F. Dunne. Introduction ; Negroes in American Industry (Part I) ; Negroes in American Industry (Part II) ; The Negroes as an Oppressed People -- Jay Lovestone. Introduction ; The Great Negro Migration -- William Z. Foster. Introduction ; The Workers (Communist) Party in the South
Control code
974677394
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ix, 458 pages
Isbn
9781608467778
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)974677394

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