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Toward the African revolution /

Frantz Fanon ; translated from the French by Haakon Chevalier.

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Main Author: Fanon, Frantz
Other Names: Chevalier, Haakon,
Published: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1970.
Topics: French - Algeria
Regions: Africa - Politics and government - 1945-1960 | Algeria - Politics and government | Algeria - History - Revolution, 1954-1962 | Africa - Race relations - History - 20th century. | Algeria - Race relations - History - 20th century. | France - Colonies - Africa | Algeria - Ethnic relations
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The problem of the colonized. The "North African syndrome" ; West Indians and Africans -- Racism and culture -- For Algeria. Letter to a Frenchman ; Letter to the resident minister (1956) -- Toward the liberation of Africa. Disappointments and illusions of French colonialism ; Algeria face to face with the French torturers ; Concerning a plea ; French intellectuals and democrats and the Algerian revolution ; Maghreb blood shall not flow in vain ; The farce that changes sides ; Decolonization and independence ; A continued crisis ; Letter to the youth of Africa ; First truths on the colonial problem ; The lesson of Cotonou ; Appeal to Africans ; Sequels of a plebiscite in Africa ; The Algerian war and man's liberation ; Algeria in Accra ; Accra: Africa affirms its unity and defines its strategy ; Mr. Debre's desperate endeavors ; Racist fury in France ; Blood flows in the Antilles under French domination ; Unity and effective solidarity are the conditions for African liberation -- African unity. This Africa to come ; Lumumba's death: could we do otherwise?

Table of Contents for: Toward the African revolution