Coral Reef AdventureDVD - 2002
A new scholarly analysis of the importance of direct democracy and national liberation in the work of autonomous Marxist intellectual C.L.R. James. Exploring James' perspectives on Ghana, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Haiti, Trinidad, Cuba, India, and China, Matthew Quest eschews the dominant interpretation of James as a cultural critic and restores the centrality of independent labor action in James' famous notion that "every cook can govern."
Matthew Quest received his PhD in American civilization from Brown University and is a visiting lecturer at Georgia State University.