The Fusion of Anabaptist, Indian and African as the American Radical Tradition

Goldner, Loren

Year Published:  1987  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX8995

The native American radical tradition, originating ultimately in the radical religious currents who "lost" at the very dawn of capitalism, and their meeting with the non-Western peoples--Indian and African--who shaped early American culture as much as white people, might have something very unique to contribute to the current and still completely unresolved crisis of the international revolutionary left.

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