Mexico City: Editorial Posada, 1984. Paperback. 143p., text in Spanish, illustrated with political cartoons and drawings by Rius, Betty Elder Thomas' copy with her previous married name written in it and her ink notations and notes throughout, otherwise good sixth edition paperback in pictorial wraps. Serie Campo Abierto. Betty Elder Thomas was the wife of Piri Thomas and an activist for women's rights. She previously was married to Lonne Elder III. From the personal library of Piri Thomas. (Inventory #: 206195)
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