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In two thinkers from the American hemisphere — the Argentinean statesman Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, and the fugitive ex-slave, abolitionist leader, and orator from the United States, Frederick Douglass — both published their first works. African-American political thought, respectively.
But despite the fact that both deal directly with key political and philosophical questions in the Americas, Douglass and Sarmiento, like African-American and Latin American thought more generally, are never read alongside each other. By juxtaposing four prominent nineteenth and twentieth-century thinkers — Frederick Douglass, Domingo F. Sarmiento, W.
The book stresses that Latin American and U. In so doing, she shows that nineteenth and twentieth-century U. Reading these four intellectuals as hemispheric thinkers, the author foregrounds elements of their work that have been dismissed by dominant readings, and provides a crucial platform to bridge the canons of Latin American and African-American political thought.
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