First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Part 1 God, man and the rule of intelligence: God and man (1929); the spiritual in man (1929); a philosophical approach to life (1929); the making of self (1937); self-reliance and the individual's responsibility (1937); can the Negro find his place? (1938); faith of our fathers (1937); an apostrophe to Miss Nancy Cunard (1932). Part 2 The disabilities of black folk: the case of the Negro for international racial adjustment (1928); Marcus Garvey speaks (1928); when character is lost (1933); the Negro and character (1934); Negro psychology (1934); a racial weakness (undated); peonage in the south (1927); America and the Negro (1934); the Negro question in America (1939); the West Indian Negro (1934); centenary of Negro emancipation in the West Indies (1934); no more apologizing! (1921); Mr. Firestone, what are you up to? (1931); white man is destroying his civilization (1934); Garvey's weekly digest (1931). Part 3 Character and self-reliance: the future (1936); the call to a purposeful life (1934); Marcus Garvey addresses the people of Detroit (1937). Part 4 Leadership: the Negro and his future (1938); the fellow lowest down (1929); the work to be done (1929); to be of real service leaders must have vision (1929); Dr. Du Bois criticized (1934); Paul Robeson again (1935); De Valera and Ireland (1930); in praise of Mahatma Gandhi (1930). Part 5 What is to be done?: unite! organize! or perish! (1934); the call to Africa (1929); the resurrection of the Negro (1929); the redemption of Africa (1929); only freedom and nationhood can bring peace to the Negroes (1932); plans to unify the religious beliefs and practices of the entire Negro race (1929); the Negro race (1934); the state of the UNIA (1938). Part 6 The science and art of politics: politics and progress (1929); the world as it is (1) (1929); the world as it is (2) (1934); the West Indies in the mirror of civilization (1913); West Indian federation (1) (1929); West Indian federation (2) (1929); politics (in Jamaica) (1929); election manifesto of the people's political party (1930); the new Jamaican (1932); speech of Marcus Garvey and resolutions to the governor of Jamaica (1930); devastations in Jamaica (1935); conditions after the riot in May 1938; American Negro not communistic (1934); Roosevelt in America (1936); petition to the League of Nations (1922); second petition to the League of Nations (1928). Part 7 International relations: the state of the world (1932); Japan, China and the world (1932); the world as it is (3,4) (1932); the war (in Abyssinia) (1935); lest we forget (1935); Italy's conquest? (1936); Italy and Germany (1936); Mr. Chamberlain's methods (1939); the Jews in Palestine (1936); the Jews (1937); the world as it is -Smuts and Hertzog in South Africa (1935); Africa's sovereignty (1939); a note on the evolution of Garveyism (1972), Amy Jacques Garvey.