Listening to revolt : the selected writings of George Rawick / edited by David Roediger ; with Martin Smith.

Author
Rawick, George P., 1929- [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
1st ed.
Published/​Created
Chicago, IL : Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company, 2010.
Description
li, 194 pages ; 22 cm

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Where do great ideas come from? the life and work of George Rawick / by David Roediger
  • The American Negro movement
  • The historical roots of Black liberation
  • Working class self-activity
  • The American student: a profile
  • Radical sociology or Marxism? some comments
  • Black freedom and the slave narrative: an interview with George Rawick
  • Race and class in auto
  • The American working class
  • From Sundown to sunup: the making of the Black community: selections. 1. Racism and slavery ; 2. Racism and the making of American society
  • The flames of the Black revolution
  • Afterwords. George Rawick in Europe: a remembrance / by Ferruccio Gambino ; My friendship with George Rawick / by Enoch H. Page ; Remembering George Rawick / by George Lipsitz.
Other title(s)
Selected writings of George Rawick
ISBN
  • 9780882863184
  • 0882863185
OCLC
630633853
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