Nature, society, and thought: a journal of dialectical and historical materialism, Volume 15, Number 1 (January 2002)

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Nature, society, and thought: a journal of dialectical and historical materialism, Volume 15, Number 1 (January 2002)

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Marxist Educational Press

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ARTICLES: Erwin Marquit, The Demobilization Movement of January 1946. Thandeka K. Chapman, Garveyism and Multicultural Education: Notions of Hybridity and Nonsynchrony in the 1920s Movement. Rachel Peterson, Richard Wright’s “Red Ladder”: Marxism, Race, and Anticolonialism. Pradip Baksi, A Short Note on MEGA IV/32: Catalog of the Partially Reconstructed Personal Libraries of Marx and Engels. BOOKS AND IDEAS by Herbert Aptheker. BOOK REVIEWS: George Fishman, The Undiscovered Paul Robeson: An Artist’s Journey, 1898–1939, by Paul Robeson Jr. Victor N. Paananen, Progressive Heritage: The Evolution of a Politically Radical Literary Tradition in Canada, by James Doyle. ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (In English and French).

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