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Settlers : The Mythology of the White Proletariat from Mayflower to Modern
by J. Sakai


Overview - A uniquely important book in the canon of the North American revolutionary left and anticolonial movements, "Settlers" was first published in the 1980s. Written by activists with decades of experience organizing in grassroots anticapitalist struggles against white supremacy, the book established itself as an essential reference point for revolutionary nationalists and dissident currents within the Marxist-Leninist and anarchist movements.  Read more...

 
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Overview
A uniquely important book in the canon of the North American revolutionary left and anticolonial movements, "Settlers" was first published in the 1980s. Written by activists with decades of experience organizing in grassroots anticapitalist struggles against white supremacy, the book established itself as an essential reference point for revolutionary nationalists and dissident currents within the Marxist-Leninist and anarchist movements. Always controversial within the establishment left, "Settlers" uncovers centuries of collaboration between capitalism and white workers and their organizations, as well as their neocolonial allies, showing how the United States was designed from the ground up as a parasitic and genocidal entity. As recounted in painful detail by Sakai, the United States has been built on the theft of Indigenous lands and of Afrikan labor, on the robbery of the northern third of Mexico, the colonization of Puerto Rico, and the expropriation of the Asian working class, with each of these crimes being accompanied by violence. This new edition includes a new essay and an interview with author J. Sakai by Ernesto Aguilar.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781629630373
  • ISBN-10: 1629630373
  • Publisher: PM Press
  • Publish Date: September 2014
  • Page Count: 456
  • Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 1.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.05 pounds

Series: Kersplebedeb

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