by [AFRICAN AMERICANS] LUMUMBA, Toussaint, et al. (editors)
Berkeley: Black Politics, 1969. Final issue of this short-lived Black liberation journal, published in Berkeley between 1968-1969. Contents include an editorial on police murder, and articles by Pat Wilmot ("The Role of Violence in Revolutionary Change"), Onij-Nejih ("The Strike as a Tactic," "We Will Either Find A Way Or Make A Way"), Tom Sanders ("No Strike Has Ever Been Lost"), and Mek Nimr ("Israel--The Freest Police State in the World"). Includes a lengthy article titled "Terrorism and Sabotage" by George Prosser (pseud. of H. Bruce Franklin). Illustrated throughout with pro-Panther photographs, quotes by various radical figures, and crude diagrams of molotov coctails, mortars, munitions, and wearponry. DANKY 970. Quarto (28cm); white and yellow mimeographed sheets, side-stapled; 80pp; illus. Light wear and toning to extremities, faint vertical crease along left edge of front wrapper, with brief notation and minute loss to lower right corner of same; Very Good+. (Inventory #: 28475)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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