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What’s Holding Them Back Now?

Allan Callahan Some thirty or forty years ago negrophiles felt that the only thing which kept African blacks from showing astounding creativity was their “white oppressors,” and, if they – the “white oppressors” – could be gotten rid off, no … Continue reading

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Shiva Naipaul’s African Journey

Allan Callahan The late Shiva Naipaul, who died in 1985, was an Asian Hindu writer from Trinidad. In the 1970s he got to wondering what terms like “liberation,” “revolution” and “socialism” actually meant to black Africans, and wanted to find out, … Continue reading

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