Cambridge: Radical America, 1971. numbers 2 and 4 are 120 p., others 96p., some have worn wraps. The sixth issue incldes three articles by C.L.R. James - Peasants and Workers, George Jackson, and The Way Out: World Revolution - as well as the statement of objectives issued by the Black Workers Congress at its first national convention. Vol. 5 includes a piece on the League of Revolutionary Black Workers.
James' 6p. article on George Jackson is an appreciation of his book Soledad Brother and its place in the upsurge of black revolutionary consciousness in the US.
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