W. E. B. Du Bois: International Thought

W. E. B. Du Bois: International Thought

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Cambridge University Press

05/2022

300

Mole

Inglês

9781108798778

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Democracy and Empire: An introduction to the international thought of W. E. B. Du Bois select chronology of William Edward Burghardt Du Bois; 1. The present outlook for the dark races of mankind (1900); 2. To the nations of the world (1900); 3. The African roots of war (1915); 4. Of the culture of white folk (1917); 5. Letter from W. E. B. Du Bois to President Woodrow Wilson (1918); 6. To the world (Manifesto of the second Pan-African congress) (1921); 7. Worlds of color (1925); 8. Liberia and rubber (1925); 9. Liberia, the League and the United States (1933); 10. Where do we go from here? Address to the Rosenwald economic conference (1933); 11. Inter-Racial implications of the Ethiopian crisis: A Negro view (1935); 12. The clash of colour: Indians and American Negroes (1936); 13. The union of colour (1936); 14. What Japan has Done (1937); 15. Black Africa tomorrow (1938); 16. The realities in Africa: European profit or Negro development? (1943); 17. Prospect of a world without race conflict (1944); 18. Colonies and moral responsibility (1946); 19. A cup of Cocoa and chocolate drops (1946); 20. An Appeal to the world: A statement of denial of human rights to minorities, Introduction (1947); 21. Colonies as cause of war: Address to the world peace congress, Paris (1949); 22. On the West Indies (1952); 23. To the world peace council, Budapest (1953); 24. Colonialism and the Russian revolution (1956); Index.