The Resource Pan-Africanism and nationalism in West Africa, 1900-1945; : a study in ideology and social classes,, by J. Ayodele Langley

Pan-Africanism and nationalism in West Africa, 1900-1945; : a study in ideology and social classes,, by J. Ayodele Langley

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Pan-Africanism and nationalism in West Africa, 1900-1945; : a study in ideology and social classes,
Title
Pan-Africanism and nationalism in West Africa, 1900-1945;
Title remainder
a study in ideology and social classes,
Statement of responsibility
by J. Ayodele Langley
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eng
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Langley, J. Ayodele
Index
index present
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DT30
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non fiction
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  • National Congress of British West Africa
  • National Congress of British West Africa
  • Nationalism
  • Pan-Africanism
  • Nationalisme
  • Panafricanisme
  • Pan-Afrikanisme
  • Nationalisme
  • Panafricanisme
  • Nationalismus
  • Panafrikanismus
  • Africa, West
  • Afrique occidentale
  • Afrique occidentale
  • Westafrika
Label
Pan-Africanism and nationalism in West Africa, 1900-1945; : a study in ideology and social classes,, by J. Ayodele Langley
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [389]-404
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Contents
Introduction -- Part one: -- Chapter I. New-world origins of pan-negro sentiment -- (1) Ideological origins in America -- (2) Racism, colonialism, and Pan-Africanism -- (3) African responses -- Chapter II. The 'African movement' and the Pan-African movement: 1914-1927 -- (1) An early attempt at Black Zionism -- (2) Du Bois and Garvey: Two schools of Pan-Africa -- (3) West African attitudes to the Pan-African movement -- Part Two: -- Chapter III. The National Congress of British West Africa: 1920-1930 -- (1) Background and origins -- (2) 'Dream of unity' -- Chapter IV. The territorial committees of the N.C.B.W.A. -- (1) The Gambia section -- (2) The Sierra Leone section -- (3) The gold coast section -- (4) The Nigerian section -- Chapter V. Nationalism, Pan-Africanism, and colonial economics: 1918-1939 -- Part three: -- Chapter VI. A Pan-African pressure-group in London: 1920-1921 -- (1) 'Good government' v. 'liberty of the subject' -- (2) The 'Clifford constitution': politics, pressure, and personality -- Chapter VII. The movement and thought of Francophone Pan-Negroism: 1924-1936 -- Chapter VIII. Prelude to Manchester: Pan-African radicalism and protest, 1935-1939 -- (1) Impact of the Italo-Ethiopian crisis on Pan-African thought -- (2) The protest movement in Britain and West Africa -- Chapter IX. The Manchester Congress and revival of the Pan-West African idea -- (1) The Manchester Congress -- (2) West African national secretariat -- Conclusion: Past and present -- Appendix I. The London Manifesto (29 August 1921) -- Appendix II. Manifesto for presentation to the United Nations Conference, San Francisco, April 1945 -- Appendix III. 'To all oppressed nations and all oppressed classes': The Manifesto of the Brussels Congress on the struggle with imperialism
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 421 pages
Isbn
9780198216896
Lccn
74155448
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unmediated
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00777370
  • (OCoLC)ocm00777370
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Pan-Africanism and nationalism in West Africa, 1900-1945; : a study in ideology and social classes,, by J. Ayodele Langley
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [389]-404
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Part one: -- Chapter I. New-world origins of pan-negro sentiment -- (1) Ideological origins in America -- (2) Racism, colonialism, and Pan-Africanism -- (3) African responses -- Chapter II. The 'African movement' and the Pan-African movement: 1914-1927 -- (1) An early attempt at Black Zionism -- (2) Du Bois and Garvey: Two schools of Pan-Africa -- (3) West African attitudes to the Pan-African movement -- Part Two: -- Chapter III. The National Congress of British West Africa: 1920-1930 -- (1) Background and origins -- (2) 'Dream of unity' -- Chapter IV. The territorial committees of the N.C.B.W.A. -- (1) The Gambia section -- (2) The Sierra Leone section -- (3) The gold coast section -- (4) The Nigerian section -- Chapter V. Nationalism, Pan-Africanism, and colonial economics: 1918-1939 -- Part three: -- Chapter VI. A Pan-African pressure-group in London: 1920-1921 -- (1) 'Good government' v. 'liberty of the subject' -- (2) The 'Clifford constitution': politics, pressure, and personality -- Chapter VII. The movement and thought of Francophone Pan-Negroism: 1924-1936 -- Chapter VIII. Prelude to Manchester: Pan-African radicalism and protest, 1935-1939 -- (1) Impact of the Italo-Ethiopian crisis on Pan-African thought -- (2) The protest movement in Britain and West Africa -- Chapter IX. The Manchester Congress and revival of the Pan-West African idea -- (1) The Manchester Congress -- (2) West African national secretariat -- Conclusion: Past and present -- Appendix I. The London Manifesto (29 August 1921) -- Appendix II. Manifesto for presentation to the United Nations Conference, San Francisco, April 1945 -- Appendix III. 'To all oppressed nations and all oppressed classes': The Manifesto of the Brussels Congress on the struggle with imperialism
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 421 pages
Isbn
9780198216896
Lccn
74155448
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00777370
  • (OCoLC)ocm00777370

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