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Night-Vision: Illuminating War and Class on the Neo-Colonial Terrain
The transformation to a neo-colonial world has only begun, but it promises to be as dramatic, as disorienting a change as was the original european colonial conquest of the human race. Capitalism is again ripping apart & reconstructing the world, and nothing will be the same. Not race, not nation, not gender, and certainly not whatever culture you used to have.
Now you have outcast groups as diverse as the Aryan Nation and the Queer Nation and the Hip Hop Nation publicly rejecting the right of the u.s. government to rule them...
All the building blocks of human culture - race, gender, nation, and especially class - are being transformed under great pressure to embody the spirit of this neo-colonial age.
from Preface to Night-Vision
A book that should be reat by anyone who gives a damn about a non-rqacist, non-sexist, non-homoophobic future.
- Bo Brown (rita d. brown), former political prisoner
Confronted with a world that is disintegrating daily under patriarchy, women need a book like this which begins to challenge us to build a really communal way of life.
- Liz Fink, Attica prison rebellion lawyer
This book gives new insight into the powerful forces of neo-colonialism, a reality of today's world that is worldwide in scope. Neo-colonialism is revealed as hard to fight for it has found a way to scramble relationships, making it difficult to clearly know one's enemy. This book also binds together sex, race, and class in a new form, a form which helps one grasp the interlocking nature of these oppressions. Night-Vision is well worth reading and studying.
- Mary I. Buckley
Night-Vision was so compelling to me because it has a spirit of militancy which reformist feminism tries to kill because militant feminism is seen as a threat to the liberal bourgeois feminism that just wants to be equal with men. It has that raw, unmediated truth-telling which I think we are going to need in order to deal with the fascism that’s upon us. Anyone who reads this book understands that, globally, women and children are the new proletariat and that white women in the so-called developed countries support the enslavement of lower-class and poor women around the world.
- bell hooks
Published by Vagabond Press in 1993