Prairie Fire: The Politics of Revolutionary Anti-imperialism

Prairie Fire The Politics of Revolutionary Anti imperialism From inside flap This edition of Prairie Fire is published and copyrighted by Communications Co in response to a written request from the authors of the contents We have attempted to produce a readabl

  • Title: Prairie Fire: The Politics of Revolutionary Anti-imperialism
  • Author: Weather Underground
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • From inside flap This edition of Prairie Fire is published and copyrighted by Communications Co in response to a written request from the authors of the contents We have attempted to produce a readable pocket size book at a reasonable cost We are printing as many as fast as limited resources allow We hope that people interested in Revolutionary ideas and events will mFrom inside flap This edition of Prairie Fire is published and copyrighted by Communications Co in response to a written request from the authors of the contents We have attempted to produce a readable pocket size book at a reasonable cost We are printing as many as fast as limited resources allow We hope that people interested in Revolutionary ideas and events will make and better editions possible in the future And that this edition will fill to at least some extent the request made by its authors From title page The publisher s copyright is not intended to discourage the use of material from this book for political debate and study It is intended to prevent false and distorted reproduction and profiteering Aside from those limits, people are free to utilize the material.

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    • Lisa says:

      This is Black History Month 2014, and (among other subjects) I have been reading about the Black Panthers, especially Mark Clark and Fred Hampton, whom the FBI and Chicago Police murdered on December 4, 1969. The Weather Underground, who wrote Prairie Fire, escalated their level of violence after those murders.The Weather Underground's manifesto Prairie Fire: The Politics of Revolutionary Anti-imperialism and Jane Alpert's memoir Growing Up Underground are on my TBR list, but they are not priori [...]

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