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Marxism vs. Pan-Africanism: Communist workers movement versus Pan-Africanist socialism, An Exchange

Marxism vs. Pan-Africanism: Communist workers movement versus Pan-Africanist socialism, An Exchange

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Communist workers movement versus
Pan-Africanist socialism, an exchange
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Following is an exchange between Sobukwe Shukura and Steve Clark on issues raised in an article in the June 21 issue of the Militant.
Written by Clark, the article was titled, “Communist workers movement versus Pan-Africanist socialism.” It addressed the divergent views expressed by Shukura and Clark at a panel discussion in Atlanta last May of the book Malcolm X, Black Liberation, and the Road to Workers Power by Jack Barnes. The event was hosted by the Auburn Avenue Research Library of African American Culture and History.
The Militant invited Shukura to reply to Clark’s article. We also invited Clark to write a further reply for this week’s paper. Both are included here so readers have the full exchange in the same issue.
Communist workers movement versus
Pan-Africanist socialism, an exchange
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Following is an exchange between Sobukwe Shukura and Steve Clark on issues raised in an article in the June 21 issue of the Militant.
Written by Clark, the article was titled, “Communist workers movement versus Pan-Africanist socialism.” It addressed the divergent views expressed by Shukura and Clark at a panel discussion in Atlanta last May of the book Malcolm X, Black Liberation, and the Road to Workers Power by Jack Barnes. The event was hosted by the Auburn Avenue Research Library of African American Culture and History.
The Militant invited Shukura to reply to Clark’s article. We also invited Clark to write a further reply for this week’s paper. Both are included here so readers have the full exchange in the same issue.

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Marxism vs. Pan-Africanism
 
 
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Marxism vs. Pan-Africanism
Communist workers movement versusPan-Africanist socialism, an exchange
 
Following is an exchange between Sobukwe Shukura and Steve Clark on issues raised in an article in the June 21 issue of the 
Militant.
Written by Clark, the article was titled, “Communist workers movement versus Pan
Africanist s 
ocialism.” It addressed the divergent views expressed by Shukura and Clark 
at a panel discussion in Atlanta last May of the book 
Malcolm X, Black Liberation, andthe Road to Workers Power
by Jack Barnes 
.
The event was hosted by the Auburn Avenue Research Library of African American Culture and History.The 
Militant
invited Shukura to reply to Clark’s article. We also invited Clark to write
further reply for this week’s
paper. Both are included here so readers have the full exchange in the same issue.
 
 
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