The Summer 1968 issue printed on paper of various colors. Published from 1968-1969 in the East Bay, the birthplace of the Black Panther Party, Black Politics was "a part of the Black liberation movement and believe[s] that freedom, justice, and equality must be attained by those means that the oppressed think necessary." This issue includes an editorial on the long history of violence in America, articles on capital punishment and the importance of learning how to shoot a gun, an appeal to free Huey Newton, translated excerpts of Lenin's works, several pages of comics, and more. Item #689.
Condition: Very Good, .75" diagonal light bump to top right corner visible on most pages.