The Counter Revolution of 1776 and Race to Revolution
Gerald Horne talked about his two books, The Counter-Revolution of 1776: Slave Resistance and the Origins of the United States of America and Race to Revolution: The U.S. and Cuba during Slavery and Jim Crow. In The Counter-Revolution of 1776, Professor Horne argues that the threat of abolition in England and its colonies helped spark the fight for independence in the United States. In Race to Revolution, Professor Horne looks at the experiences of slaves and ex-slaves in the U.S. and Cuba. He spoke at Eso Won Books in Los Angeles, California. close
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