by Carr, James; Hammer, Dan (Editor); Cronin, Isaac (Editor); Carr, Betsy (Afterword)
New York: Herman Graf Associates, 1975. First Edition. Paperback. Like New. First edition. 235pp. Original wraps. Very Near Fine, an unread copy with sharp corners and an uncreased spine. Light rubbing to covers. A superb copy of a well-written memoir of crime, incarceration, and political awakening by a cellmate of Soledad Brother author George Jackson, also brother-in-law of The Glass House Tapes subject Louis Tackwood. Published posthumously after Carr's still-mysterious murder as a paperback original. Reprinted by anarchist AK Press in 2002 as part of their excellent Nabat series. (Inventory #: 170209006)
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