134. The Marx Brothers: Cedric J. Robinson
Cedric J. Robinson reflects on the power and limitations of Marxism while charting the past and prospects of black radical thought.
• H.L.T. Quan (ed.), Cedric J. Robinson on Racial Capitalism, Black Internationalism, and Cultures of Reistance (London: 2019).
• C.J. Robinson, The Terms of Order: Political Science and the Myth of Leadership (London: 1980, reprint Chapel Hill: 2016).
• C.J. Robinson, Black Marxism: the Making of The Black Radical Tradition (London: 1983, reprint Chapel Hill: 2000).
• J. Loggins, “Amid the Uprisings: Cedric Robinson’s Theory of Collective Resistance,” The Nation (May 2022).
• J. Myers, Cedric Robinson: the Time of the Black Radical Tradition (Cambridge: 2021).
• K. Okoth, “Resistance from Elsewhere,” London Review of Books 44.7 (April 2022).
• C. West, “Black Radicalism and the Marxist Tradition” [Review of Black Marxism], Monthly Review (Sept. 1988), 51-6.