New York: Viet-Report, 1968. 64p., wraps, 8 x 11 inches, pages evenly toned, wraps worn and unevenly toned, top corner of front wrap torn off with no loss of text else good condition.
The issue's introduction states, "With this Summer 1968 issue, Viet-Report turns to the nation's number one foreign policy problem: domestic racial and economic insecurity. It is an open question-to be solved in political combat-whether the American people will tolerate the economic inequities and social injustices which the aggressive pursuit of empire abroad has produced. In the ghetto, the people have decided: submission is intolerable. Rebellion has become the black man's lobby; he has no other."