Anti-Colonialism Classic Writings: A Study Guide
Third World national liberation movements, from Vietnam to China to Cuba and Ghana, profoundly influenced development of political organizing and theory of and by people of color in the ‘First World’ and worldwide. Many of these movements demonstrated that revolution led by oppressed people against imperialism was possible and could win. Theory in this area prompted many people to reconsider or discard old ideas in favor of new visions.
This study guide offers selections from a few of the important figures in current of these revolutionary movements.
- “The Path Which Led Me To Leninism” by Ho Chi Minh
- “Why I am an Atheist” by Bhagat Singh
- “Literature of a Revolutionary Period” by Lu Xun
- “The Mechanisms of Neo-Colonialism” by Kwame Nkrumah
- “Apologists Of Neo-Colonialism” by Mao Zedong (Mao Tsetung)
- “The Anti-Imperialist Viewpoint” by José Carlos Mariátegui
- “The Weapon of Theory” by Amilcar Cabral
- “Message to the Tricontinental” by Che Guevara
- “Chapter 6. Conclusion,” The Wretched of the Earth by Franz Fanon
- “Some Problems of Cadres and Organization in Socialist Revolution” by Le Duan
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