Revisiting 'Black Power,' Race and Class

Dunayevskaya, Raya

Year Published:  1967  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX10616

There is no such suprahistorical abstraction as racism. In each historical period it was something different. It was one thing during slavery, another during Reconstruction, and quite something else today. To further insist that "Whatever their political persuasion," "All Whites" are "part of the collective white America" so that the U.S. has "180 million racists" is to blur the class line which cuts across the race divisions as well as to muffle the philosophy of total freedom which has created a second America.

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