By C. L. R. James
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Some black nationalists in the United States talked of armed struggle, expressed solidarity with other anti-colonial movements, learned African languages, and, most importantly, identified with the ghetto poor. But James’s growing appreciation for the revolutionary potential of black nationalism can be traced back much further—at least to the Second World War. 37 The Double-V campaign, embodied powerfully in A. Philip Randolph’s threatened march on Washington in 1943, partly articulated the sense of hope and anger that a lot of black people shared.
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More significantly, slavery was much too important to capitalist development to abolish it on principle. Here we see possibly the beginnings of James’s influence on young Eric Williams, a former student of his back in Trinidad. ” Furthermore, the growing impulse toward abolition was “not that sudden change in the conscience of mankind so beloved of romantic and reactionary historians, but the climax of a gradual transformation of world economy” (58). S. Civil War was the moment of truth, the world event that gave these enslaved and half-starved black folk a chance.