International Socialist Review, vol. 28, no. 5, September-October, 1967

New York: International Socialist Review Publishing Association, 1967. 64p., wraps lightly worn.

Cover story is "Myths about Malcolm X: two views," in which Cleage offers a racially-based perspective of struggle against white power in which he argues that Malcolm did not accept an internationalist perspective, and that the statements of his last year became erratic, while Breitman argues that his ideology actually sharpened and he did accept an internationalist perspective before his death. The issue also includes Cannon's "The vanguard party and the world revolution" and other articles.

Cat.No: 157330

Price: $22.00