CLR James: An interview on black politics

Submitted by AWL on 28 December, 2010 - 6:04 Author: AWL

C L R James joined the Trotskyist movement in the mid-'30s after coming to Britian from his native Trinidad; later he moved to the US and took part in the discussions with Trotsky published in the pamphlet 'Leon Trotsky on Black Nationalism and Self-Determination'. In this interview James also talks about his contact with James Connolly's daughter Nora, and his work in launching the first agitation for the independence of colonial Africa, in the 1930's, with George Padmore.

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