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To die for the people; the writings of Huey P. Newton.

Author: Huey P Newton
Publisher: New York, Random House [1972]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Newton, Huey P.
To die for the people.
New York, Random House [1972]
(OCoLC)681499975
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Huey P Newton
ISBN: 0394480856 9780394480855
OCLC Number: 266968
Description: xxii, 232 pages illustrations 22 cm
Contents: [Pt.I:] The Party : The ten-point program --
Executive mandate no.1: May 2, 1967 --
Executive mandate no.2: June 29, 1967 --
Executive mandate no.3: March 1, 1968 --
The correct handling of a revolution: July 20, 1967 --
Speech delivered at Boston College: November 18, 1970 --
Resolutions and declarations: December 5, 1970 --
On the defection of Eldrige Cleaver from the Black Panther Party and the defection of the Black Panther party from the Black community: April 17, 1971 --
Statement: May 1, 1971 --
On the relevance of the church: May 19, 1971. [Pt.II:] The People : {Black America} Fear and doubt: May 15, 1967 --
From "In defense of self-defense" I: June 20, 1967 --
From "In defense of self-defense" II: July 3, 1967 --
To the Black Movement: May 15, 1968 --
To the Republic of New Africa: September 13, 1969 --
Black capitalism re-analyzed I: June 5, 1971 --
Black capitalism re-analyzed II: August 9, 1971 --
He won't bleed me: A revolutionary analysis of Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song: June 19, 1971 / {White America} On the Peace Movement: August 15, 1969 --
The Women's Liberation and Gay Liberation Movements: August 15, 1970 --
To the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention: September 5, 1970 --
Reply to William Patterson: September 19, 1970 / {The Third World} To the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam: August 29, 1970 --
Letter from Nguyen Thi Dinh: October 31, 1970 --
Reply to Roy Wilkins re: Vietnam: September 26, 1970 --
On the Middle East: September 5, 1970 --
Repression breeds resistance: January 16, 1970 --
Attica statement: October 16, 1971 --
Uniting against the common enemy: October 23, 1971. [Pt.III:] The Bound and the Dead : Prisons: July 12, 1969 --
Eulogy for Jonathan Jackson and William Christmas: August 15, 1970 --
Lonnie McLucas and the New Haven 9: August 29, 1970 --
On the capture of Angela Davis: October 17, 1970 --
Eulogy for Samuel Napier: May 1, 1971 --
On the dismissal of the case against Bobby and Ericka: May 29, 1971.
Responsibility: Introd. by Franz Schurmann.

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