Written by CLR James, this is from the Socialist Workers Party New York Convention Resolutions, 11 July 1939.
A speech by CLR James at a Socialist Workers Party (US) conference in 1948.
Originally circulated as an internal memorandum of the Workers Party dated 20 December 1943. Submitted as a document to the 1944 convention of the Workers Party. First published as Negroes and the Revolution: Resolution of the Minority in New International, Volume XI No.1, January 1945, pp. 13–20. Republished in Scott McLemee (ed.), C.L.R. James on the “Negro Question”, Jackson (Miss.) 1996, pp. 63–89.
From 7 April 1947 issue of Labor Action, newspaper of the Workers Party of the United States
Written by ex-Black Panther turned anarchist Lorenzo Komboa Ervin, Anarchism and the Black Revolution is both an easy-to-read introduction to the fundamental principles of class struggle anarchism and an analysis of their relevance to the black liberation movement. Also contains a good section on why the author is an anarchist and why non-class struggle anarchists are useless.