In-dependence From Bondage

In-dependence From Bondage

Claude McKay and Michael Manley : Defying the Ideological Clash and Policy Gaps in African Diaspora Relations

Book - 2007
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Claude McKay and Michael Manley believed that if a political ideology were needed to lift the African Diaspora and the South out of the bondages of dependence, it would not be globalisation. McCarthy compares and illuminates the ideas of the famous Afro-Caribbean poet and novelist Claude McKay and the world-renowned socialist Prime Minister of Jamaica, Michael Manley. He shows that, although they came from wildly different political and social backgrounds, they arrived at a common awareness that the dominant political ideology of the North does not work for Africa.
Publisher: Trenton, NJ : Africa World Press, c2007
ISBN: 9781592214655
Branch Call Number: HN773.5 .M29 2007
Characteristics: xii, 192 p. ; 22 cm

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