This first full-length biography of Harrison offers a portrait of a man ahead of his time in synthesizing race and class struggles in the U.S. anda leading influence on better known activists from Marcus Garvey to A. Philip Randolph. Harrison emigrated from St. Croix in 1883 and went on to become a foremost organizer for the Socialist Party in New York, the editor of the Negro World, and founder and leader of the World War Iera New Negro movement. Harrisons enormous political and intellectual appetites were channeled into his work as an orator, writer, political activist, and critic. (booksense)
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