Canterbury, NH: Greenleaf Books, 1969. 105p., wraps slightly worn, slightly foxed, 8.5 x ll inches, illus., inscribed by Peck to Morton and Helen Sobell, "In the forefront of the struggle for justice;" signed bookmark also laid in.
"Peck turned his back on an upper-class mother and devoted his life to the side of the underdogs in the class struggle. Arrested many times during demonstrations, Peck refused induction during World War II, was sentenced to Danbury, and there served his longest term. Includes description of the hunger strike organized to end segregation in the dining hall there." *Suvak no. 434. The publisher was connected with the Greenleaf Harvesters' Guild, a pacifist farming commune.
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