New York: McGraw-Hill, (1968).
Hardcover. Twelfth printing. Light foxing to the endpapers, and a little light wear, a very good copy in near fine dustwrapper with a tear on the front panel. Essays written in prison by the Black Panthers Minister of Information. Ownership signature of Margaret E. Kuhn with her Philadelphia address. Kuhn was a white activist who was the founder of the Gray Panthers, a movement for senior citizen's rights. As might be imagined by the name of this group, they owed a debt to the Black Panthers for some of their ideas and tactics. Interesting association.