[Marxism] Trotsky on the white worker
hasc.warrior.stew at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 13:48:41 MDT 2017
Don't forget, at this point in history Du Bois had a set of views on the
CPUSA which were still evolving. In 1935 his Black Reconstruction was
laying out a vision of American history that was quite divergent from the
stage view of history promoted by the CPUSA. Also the Molotov-Ribbentrop
pact would alienate many Blacks within months of this exchange between
Trotsky and CLR. Claude McKay's recently discovered/published novel Amiable
with Big Teeth is interesting in this regard because it takes on the
earlier Ethiopia solidarity campaign.
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2017 10:29:44 -0700
From: Tristan Sloughter <t at crashfast.com>
To: marxism at lists.csbs.utah.edu
Subject: Re: [Marxism] Trotsky on the white worker
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What does Trotsky mean by "separate" here? Did Trotsky not agree with Du
Bois and not Garvey?
I know Stalinists love to share Du Bois' attacks on Trotsky... But
didn't know if they disagreed on this issue.
"I am not a crackpot" - Abe Simpson
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