by JACKSON, Ezra (art); Joan Bacchus and Francis Taylor (story)
St. Albans, NY: Fitzgerald Publishing Co, 1968. Early Printing. Educational comic, intended as a "new approach to the study of history...to implant pride and self-esteem in Negro youth while dispelling myths in others" (from the Publisher's introduction). Fitzgerald kept the Golden Legacy series in print through the 1980's; original printings are identified by the list of available titles on verso of final text leaf. Comic-book format (10-1/8" x 7"). Glossy pictorial wrappers; 28, (3)pp; illus. Advertisement on rear. Small chip to rear cover (away from text); interior paper slightly toned; Very Good. A well-preserved example. (Inventory #: 29598)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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