Gun-Barrel Politics: The Black Panther Party, 1966-1971. Report by the Committee on Internal Security, House of Representatives. 92d Congress, 1st Session. Together with Minority Views and A Summation by Hon. Richardson Preyer Subcommitte Chairman. Authors.

Gun-Barrel Politics: The Black Panther Party, 1966-1971. Report by the Committee on Internal Security, House of Representatives. 92d Congress, 1st Session. Together with Minority Views and A Summation by Hon. Richardson Preyer Subcommitte Chairman

Washington: Government printing Office, 1971. Wraps. Good. Item #016065
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Printed wraps. 145, 7 pp. A few black and white illustrations throughout, reprints of illustrations from issues of The Black Panther Party. A supposedly "analytical" report on the Black Panther Party, discussing its origins, ideology and methodology in achieving its aims. The work cites the words of Black Panther Party leaders and ex-members, and subtly seeks to tie the party to foreign groups (communists) seeking to overthrow the US government, while ignoring the facts in some cases (such as the murder of Fred Hampton) that would portray the US government in a poor light. The report was issued by the Committee on Internal Security, formerly known as the House of Un-American Activities Committee, chaired by Richard Ichord, a staunch anti-communist. GOOD condition. Minor to moderate toning, some staining and minor soiling, with light rusting to the staples. Minor creasing and wrinkling.

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