Scottsdale, AZ: Rampart Press, 1961. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Frontispiece and colophon blocks by Barbara Beecher. Scottsdale, Arizona: Rampart Press, 1961. First edition, limited to only 400 copies. John Beecher (1904-80) was a radical poet, perhaps America's most persistent for 50 years, the heir of an Abolitionist tradition and proponent of the dispossessed seizing power. His most enduring lyrics are about the downtrodden's fight for economic justice, human dignity and political freedom. The sixth book in the Morning Star Quarto series. Inscribed and dated by John Beecher on the front flyleaf. A fine copy in the original acetate jacket, which is a bit rubbed with a few tiny chips and tears. Signed by Author. (Inventory #: 823)
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