Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1974. Magazine. 226p., 8.5x11 inches, front cover partly sun-faded, otherwise very good paperback journal in pictorial wraps. The illustrations are FSA photographs.
A superb issue, with articles on sharecropper organizing (including the Southern Tenant Farmer's Union), the Llano Colony, East Tennessee Coal Mining Battles, and the Gastonia Strike, plus an article by Larry Neal on Zora Neale Hurston, Bernice Reagon on Word War II songs, and Vincent Harding on History: White, Negro, and Black, and more.