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In their work—both practical and theoretical—we can ﬁnd a political imagination that is equal to the breadth of his original call to the conference-going world elite. Characteristically, the work of these thinkers braids a number of themes. Their confrontations with Nazism were tied to the possibility of armed anticolonial resistance and to some powerful commitments to civil- and human-rights struggles. These events and themes combined to produce a philosophically grounded analysis of racism and its political dimensions in several different places, not all of which are obviously or immediately colonial in character.
Hendrik Verwoerd, Samuel Huntington, Ariel Sharon, Slobodan Milosevic, Osama bin Laden, Condoleezza Rice, and a host of others have all contributed something to the belief that absolute culture rather than color is more likely to supply the organizing principle that underpins contemporary schemes of racial classiﬁcation and division. These distinctions may be far removed from warring totalities of blackness and whiteness but are nonetheless likely to be scarred by the Manichaean relationship they exemplify.
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After empire : melancholia or convivial culture? by Paul Gilroy