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End Matters

STOP GENOCIDE

If you ever think about me and if you ain't gonna do no revolutionary act, forget about me. I don't want myself on your mind... Let me say peace to you if you're willing to fight for it.

Fred Hampton

Chairperson, Illinois Black Panther Party

Born: August 30, 1948

Murdered by the f.b.i. and the Chicago Police: December 4, 1969

1. Selected Bibliography

MARIA MIES. Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale: women in the international division of labor. London. 1986.

"Capitalist Development and Subsistence Reproduction; Rural Women in India." Journal of Concerned Asian Scholars. January-March 1980 (subsequently included as a chapter in her book, Lost Colony)

CHRISTINA THURMER-ROHR. Vagabonding: Feminist thinking cut loose. Boston. 1991.

KARL MARX. Capital. Vol. 1. The Process of Capitalistic Production. Chicago. 1921.

J. SAKAI. SETTLERS: the mythology of the white proletariat. Chicago. 1982.

Bottomfish Blues: a voice for the amazon nation.

JIMMIE DURHAM. American Indian Culture: traditionalism & spiritualism in a revolutionary struggle. Chicago. 1983.

ATIBA SHANNA. "On transforming the Colonial/Criminal Mentality." Notes From An Afrikan P.O.W. Journal. book one. 1977.

CLAUDIA KOONZ. Mothers in the Fatherland. N.Y. 1987.

PAULA GIDDINGS. When and Where I Enter: the impact of black women on race and sex in America. N.Y. 1985.

AGNES SMEDLEY. The Great Road: the life & times of Chu Teh. N.Y. 1972.

NYM WALES & KIM SAN. Song of Ariran: a korean communist in the chinese revolution. Forrestville. 1973.

LESLIE FEINBERG. Stone Butch Blues. Ithaca. 1993.

JUDITH VAN ALLEN. "'Aba Riots' or Igbo 'Women's War'? Ideology, Stratification, and the Invisibility of Women." in NANCY J. HAFKIN & EDNA G. BAY. Women in Africa. Stanford. 1976.

AUDRE LORDE. ZAMI: a new spelling of my name. N.Y. 1982.

VALERIE SOLANAS. S.C.U.M. Manifesto. N.Y. 1967.

WALTER RODNEY. How Europe Underdeveloped Africa. (rev. ed.) Washington. 1982.

WALTER RODNEY SPEAKS. Trenton. 1990.

RAYNA R. REITER. ed. Toward an Anthropology of Women. N.Y. 1976.

PAT PARKER. Movement in Black; the collected poetry of Pat Parker 1961-1978. Ithaca. 1989.

BERTOLT BRECHT. Mother Courage & Her Children. N.Y. 1987.

CYNTHIA ENLOE. Bananas, Beaches & Bases: making feminist sense of international politics. Berkeley. 1990.

Amilcar Cabral. Unity & Struggle: speeches and writings. N.Y. 1979.

FRANZ FANON. The Wretched of the Earth. N.Y. 1968.

BECK, EMILIA, MORRIS & PATTERSON. "STRIKE ONE TO EDUCATE ONE HUNDRED": the rise of the Red Brigades in Italy in the 1960s-1970s. Chicago. 1986.

EDITH THOMAS. The Women Incendiaries. English Translation George Braziller Inc. 1966.

2. Sources

Preface: Old Reality vs. New Reality

Chapter One: The Realism of Race & Gender

Chapter Two: The Making of Nations

Chapter Three: Imperialism & The Anti-Colonial Revolution

This is EDITH THOMAS. The Women Incendiaries. N.Y. 1966 (George Braziller Inc.)

Chapter Four: The Political Economy of Neo-Colonialism

Chapter Five: The Changer and The Changed


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