By C. L. R. James
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The Gold Coast revolution and its esteemed leader, Kwame Nkrumah, is the centerpiece of the Epilogue. 41 James had met Nkrumah years before while he was a student at Lincoln University, a historically black institution in Pennsylvania. With Padmore practically training Nkrumah to lead the independence struggle in his homeland, James had a tremendous amount of confidence in this young man. But it was his visit to Ghana in 1957 that really opened his eyes to the political importance of this small West African country.
3. R. R. James, 1939–1949, eds. Scott McLemee and Paul LeBlanc (Atlantic Highlands: Humanities Press International, 1994), 77. R. Johnson for the New International (December 1939). 4. R. R. James, Beyond a Boundary (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1993), 4–46; Robert A. R. James: His Life and Work, ed. R. R. James: A Political Biography (Oxford: Blackwell, 1993). 5. Constantine’s book was published a year later under the title Cricket and I (London: Allan, 1933). 6. Cedric J. R. James, 44–52; “In England, 1932–1938,” 22–23.
13 Published in 1931 by the Red International of Labor Unions, this 126-page book was written primarily for workers in the Western capitalist countries who failed to comprehend why anti-colonial movements are integral to proletarian emancipation. Although he touches on slavery and pays attention to black resistance, Life and Struggles is more descriptive than historical. His primary purpose is to indict imperialism by documenting the horrible conditions black workers throughout the world had to endure.