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A guide to the microfilm edition of The Black power movement. Part 3, Papers of the Revolutionary Action Movement, 1962-1996

Author: Muhammad Ahmad; Ernie Allen; John H Bracey; Randolph Boehm; Daniel Lewis
Publisher: Bethesda, MD : LexisNexis, 2003.
Series: Black studies research sources.
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Guide to the microfilm edition of The Black power movement. Part 3, Papers of the Revolutionary Action Movement, 1962-1996.
Bethesda, MD : LexisNexis, 2003
(OCoLC)607204916
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Guide to the microfilm edition of The Black power movement. Part 3, Papers of the Revolutionary Action Movement, 1962-1996.
Bethesda, MD : LexisNexis, 2003
(OCoLC)609242103
Named Person: Muhammad Ahmad
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Muhammad Ahmad; Ernie Allen; John H Bracey; Randolph Boehm; Daniel Lewis
ISBN: 1556559275 9781556559273
OCLC Number: 52080752
Notes: Includes indexes.
The collection of papers of the RAM consists of the personal files of the founder and National Field Chairman Muhammad Ahmad, and RAM members. It is organized into 14 series: ser. 1. Muhammad Ahmad (Max Stanford), biographical material, 1968-1995. ser. 2. Muhammad Ahmad (Max Stanford), writings, 1962-1991. ser. 3. Muhammad Ahmad (Max Stanford), correspondence, 1974-2001. ser. 4. FBI files on Maxwell C. Stanford (Muhammad Ahmad), 1964-1975. ser. 5. Revolutionary Action Movement documents, 1963-1998. ser. 6. People of the State of New York v. Herman Benjamin Ferguson, Trial exhibits, 1989-1990. ser. 7. Related Black power organizations, 1962-1999. ser. 8. Files of individuals, 1959-1998. ser. 9. Micellaneous subject files, 1963-1999. ser. 10. Publications of Black power organizations and related radical organizations, 1963-2001. ser. 11. Publications of other Black power organizations, 1967-1974. ser. 12. Congressional hearings, "Riots, Civil and Criminal Disorders," 1967-1969. ser. 13. Oversize materials, 1963-1990. ser. 14. Addendum, 1969-1997.
Description: xviii, 72 p. ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Black studies research sources.
Other Titles: Black power movement
Papers of the Revolutionary Action Movement
Responsibility: editorial advisers, Muhammad Ahmad, Ernie Allen, Jr., and John H. Bracey, Jr. ; project coordinator Randoph H. Boehm ; guide compiled by Daniel Lewis.

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