First published in 1958 and re-issued to mark the centenary of Robeson's birth, these memoirs paint a remarkable portrait of an amazing man - talented and successful worldwide as a singer and actor, and a passionate and outspoken critic of racism in American society. The most celebrated black American of his day, Robeson was blacklisted, silenced and had his US passport withheld because of his criticism of McCarthyism, his fascination with the Soviet Union and his strong support of African independence. He wrote Here I ...

Here I Stand 1998, Beacon Press, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9780807064450

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Here I Stand 1998, Cassell Academic

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Here I Stand 1988, Beacon Press

ISBN-13: 9780807064382

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Here I Stand 1971, Beacon Press

ISBN-13: 9780807064061

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Here I Stand 1971, Beacon Press (MA)

ISBN-13: 9780807064078

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