Nature, society, and thought, Vol. 10, No. 1-2 (January/April 1997)
Part I. The Impact of Herbert Aptheker’s
Mark Solomon, Herbert Aptheker’s Contributions to
African American History.
Julie Kailin, Toward Nonracist Historiography: The Early Writings of Herbert Aptheker.
Sterling Stuckey, From the Bottom Up: Herbert
Aptheker’s American Negro Slave Revolts and A
Documentary History of the Negro People in the
Eric Foner, Jesse Lemisch, and Manning Marable,
The Historical Scholarship of Herbert Aptheker.
Benjamin P. Bowser, The Sociology of Herbert
Lloyd L. Brown, Aptheker and Myrdal’s Dilemma.
Part II. The Career and Personal Influence of
Staughton Lynd, The Bulldog Whitewashed: A
Critique of the Investigation of Herbert Aptheker’s
Nonappointment at Yale University.
Mindy Thompson Fullilove, Texts, Contexts, and
Subtexts: Herbert Aptheker and the Human Spirit.
Catherine Clinton, Remembering Herbert Aptheker.
Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, A Black History Journey:
Encountering Aptheker along the Way.
Part III. History in the Radical Tradition of Herbert Aptheker:
Gary Y. Okihiro, Colonialism and Migrant Labor:
A Comparative Study of Puerto Rico and the
Barbara Bush, Through the Traveler’s Eye:
Anglo-Saxon Representation of Afro-Cuban
Identity from 1850 to 1950.
Otto H. Olsen and Ephraim Schulman, Truman’s
Cold War: From FDR to Hiroshima.
Gerald Horne, Rethinking the Lumpen: Gangsters
and the Political Economy of Capitalism.
Herbert Shapiro, “Political Correctness” and the
U.S. Historical Profession.
Bibliography: Works of Herbert Aptheker.
Nature, society, and thought: a journal of dialectical and historical materialism, Volume 10, Number 1-2 (January/April 1997, Special issue).
Marxist Educational Press.
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