The J. H. Jackson peace plan for the Vietnam war (drawn April 27, 1972 and announced to the general public in an address at Las Vegas, nevada, Friday evening, April 28, 1972)

[Chicago]: the author, 1972. 4p. brochure, wraps. The country's most powerful African American Baptist minister suggests - near the end of American involvement - that those who want to live in the North, live in the North, and the South, the South. Six years after Dr. King, and not well tied to the reality of the Vietnamese struggle.

Cat.No: 121301

Price: $20.00

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