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Lewis R. GordonIn this short book rich with big thoughts, Babacar Camara has written a genuine intervention in African Diasporic Marxism.
The work is erudite and devoid of disciplinary decadence and methodological fetishism as the author articulates an insightful critique of postmodern and postcolonial anti-Marxism. Camara's creative reading of Negritude and his rigorous reminder of the implications of a serious diagnosis and critique of capitalism offer much for the study of racism and global inequalities today. It is a must-read for contemporary political thought, Africana philosophy, and cultural criticism.