This book was compiled during the last two years of the author’s life. It begun as a response to many requests for a single volume which would, at the same time, illustrate landmarks in his career as a leading theorist and activist of the world’s socialist revolutions and Pan Africa-struggle.
This book is a compilation of six illustrated-pamphlets with the heading: - What I mean by Positive Action, the Spectre of Black Power, and Ghana: The Big Lie, and Two Myths. All except the first, which was written in 1949 at the height of the national liberation struggle, were written in Conakry, Guinea between 1967 and 1968.
A case study of foreign pressures in an independent state, with the author’s note, written in Conakry. An account of a crucial period in the history of the republic of Congo by one of the heads of state most closely involved. New light is thrown on Katanga’s session, the failure of UN operation, the murder of Lumumba, foreign military ...
The texts of broadcast to the people of Ghana made in Conakry by Kwame Nkrumah between March and December 1966 on radio Guinea’s “voice of the revolution”. Their purpose was first; to expose the true nature of the coup of 24th February, 1966 and, secondly, to encourage resistance from Ghanaians at the time.