Her own powerful story to 1972, told with warmth, brilliance, humor and conviction, with a 1988 Introduction by the author.Her own powerful story to 1972, told with warmth, brilliance, humor and conviction, with a 1988 Introduction by the author.Hide synopsis
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Description:Bantam, 1976. 399 pages. 2nd printing. Small Paperback. Very...Bantam, 1976. 399 pages. 2nd printing. Small Paperback. Very Good+. Clean and tight, no names or markings, an excellent copy. ISBN: 0553117955 UCLA professor, Communist Party member, militant African American, once on the FBI's Most Wanted list. Kicked out of UCLA for being a communist ('freedom' in America), imprisoned for months for suspected involvement in George Jackson's attempted prison escape (found not guilty). She was the CP Vice-Presidential candidate in 1980 and 1984. You too can grow up to be President....
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The continuing story of a soul dedicated to freedom and equality. Angela Davis lived during, through, and beyond the 60s. Her story is also the story of the struggle of the 60s. The Black Panthers have their part in the story. Miss Davis takes us into the jails and prisons and exposes us to racial injustice. She also relates the story of her court trial. The story is both enlightening and interesting.
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