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" ... last shall be first, this will only come to pass after a murderous and decisive struggle between the two protagonists. That affirmed intention to place the last at the head of things, and to make them climb at a pace (too quickly, some say) the well-known... "
The Wretched of the Earth - Page xxix
by Frantz Fanon - 2007 - 320 pages
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African Aims and Attitudes: Selected Documents

Martin Minogue - Political Science - 1974 - 400 pages
...climb at a pace (too quickly, some say) the well-known steps which characterize an organized society, can only triumph if we use all means to turn the scale, including, of course, that of violence . . . Thus the native discovers that his life, his breath, his beating heart are the same as those...
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Nationalism in Asia and Africa

Elie Kedourie - History - 1971 - 573 pages
...climb at a pace (too quickly, some say) the wellknown steps which characterize an organized society, can only triumph if we use all means to turn the scale, including, of course, that of violence. You do not turn any society, however primitive it may be, upside down with such a program if you are...
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Dark Thoughts: Race and the Eclipse of Society

Charles C. Lemert, Prof Charles Lemert - Social Science - 2002 - 335 pages
...climb at a pace 1too quickly, some say1 the well-known steps which characterize an organized society, can only triumph if we use all means to turn the scale, including of course, that of violence.l' Bv the time these words had echoed across the European Disapora, the best liberals were...
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Twentieth Century Political Theory: A Reader

Stephen Eric Bronner - Political Science - 2005 - 487 pages
...climb at a pace (too quickly, some say) the well-known steps which characterize an organized society, can only triumph if we use all means to turn the scale, including, of course, that of violence. You do not turn any society, however primitive it may be, upside down with such a program if you have...
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Armed Struggle: The History of the IRA

Richard English - History - 2004 - 492 pages
...climb at a pace (too quickly, some say) the well-known steps which characterise an organised society, can only triumph if we use all means to turn the scale, including, of course, that of violence.33 National freedom, national rebirth, decolonization through necessary violence - all of...
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Party/Politics: Horizons in Black Political Thought

Michael Hanchard - Political Science - 2006 - 324 pages
...and to make them climb at a pace . . . the well-known steps which characterize an organized society, can only triumph if we use all means to turn the scale, including, of course, that of violence.15 The violence-as-progress narrative is where Sartre and to a lesser extent Regis Debray,...
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The Human Rights Reader: Major Political Essays, Speeches, and Documents ...

Micheline Ishay - Political Science - 2007 - 559 pages
...climb at a pace (too quickly, some say) the well-known steps which characterize an organized society, can only triumph if we use all means to turn the scale, including, of course, that of violence. You do not turn any society, however primitive it may be, upside down with such a program if you have...
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