Charles McKelvey

Charles McKelvey is Professor Emeritus, Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina.  He has published three books: Beyond Ethnocentrism:  A Reconstruction of Marx’s Concept of Science (Greenwood Press, 1991); The African-American Movement:  From Pan-Africanism to the Rainbow Coalition (General Hall, 1994); and The Evolution and Significance of the Cuban Revolution: The Light in the Darkness (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018). 

The Blue Wave that Never Came

COVID-19: Cuba Wages a War for Which it is Well Prepared

Who Ought to Govern, the President and the People, or the National Security State?

The Limitations of the New Antiracist Movement

Cuban Development of Biomedical High Technology

Human Rights, Myopic Perspectives, and Ideological Manipulations

A Theory of Truth From the South

The USA “Defends” Its Blockade, and Cuba Responds

Reframing the Issues and Taking Direction of the Nation

The Cuban Revolution and the National Bourgeoisie

The Cuban Nationalization of US Property in 1960: the Historical and Global Context

Cuba Adopts a New Socialist Constitution

Popular Democracy in Cuba

What Socialism Can and Can’t Do

The Principles of Socialism