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In this chapter Nick Nesbitt explores the universalism of the Haitian Revolution. For Nesbitt, the Haitian Revolution is key for C. L. R. James in “demonstrating the viability of a vision of world, mass revolution: it offers a successful historical example of the mass-based, anti-imperialist revolutions James hoped for throughout the colonized world.”

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