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Long an iconic figure for radicals, Huey Newton is now being discovered by those interested in the history of America's social movements. This new release of a classic collection of his writings and speeches traces the development of Newton's personal and political thinking, as well as the radical changes that took place in the formative years of the Black Panther Party. More than just a historic record, Newton's prescience and foresight make these documents strikingly pertinent today.Huey Newton was the founder, leader, and chief theoretician of the Black Panther Party, and one of America's most dynamic and important revolutionary philosophers.
Table of Contents
|The Party||p. 1|
|The Ten-Point Program||p. 3|
|Executive Mandate No. 1: May 2, 1967||p. 7|
|Executive Mandate No. 2: June 29, 1967||p. 9|
|The Correct Handling of a Revolution: July 20, 1967||p. 14|
|Speech Delivered at Boston College: November 18, 1970||p. 20|
|Resolutions and Declarations: December 5, 1970||p. 39|
|On the Defection of Eldridge Cleaver from the Black Panther Party and the Defection of the Black Panther Party from the Black Community: April 17, 1971||p. 44|
|Statement: May 1, 1971||p. 54|
|On the Relevance of the Church: May 19, 1971||p. 60|
|The People||p. 75|
|Fear and Doubt: May 15, 1967||p. 77|
|From "In Defense of Self-Defense" I: June 20, 1967||p. 80|
|From "In Defense of Self-Defense" II: July 3, 1967||p. 85|
|To the Black Movement: May 15, 1968||p. 90|
|To the Republic of New Africa: September 13, 1969||p. 94|
|Black Capitalism Re-analyzed I: June 5, 1971||p. 99|
|Black Capitalism Re-analyzed II: August 9, 1971||p. 109|
|He Won't Bleed Me: A Revolutionary Analysis of Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song: June 19, 1971||p. 112|
|On the Peace Movement: August 15, 1969||p. 149|
|The Women's Liberation and Gay Liberation Movements: August 15, 1970||p. 153|
|To the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention: September5, 1970||p. 157|
|Reply to William Patterson: September 19, 1970||p. 164|
|The Third World|
|To the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam: August 29, 1970||p. 180|
|Letter from Nguyen Thi Dinh: October 31, 1970||p. 184|
|Reply to Roy Wilkins re: Vietnam: September 26, 1970||p. 188|
|On the Middle East: September 5, 1970||p. 194|
|Repression Breeds Resistance: January 16, 1970||p. 200|
|Attica Statement: October 16, 1971||p. 208|
|Uniting Against the Common Enemy: October 23, 1971||p. 210|
|The Bound and the Dead||p. 219|
|Prisons: July 12, 1969||p. 221|
|Eulogy for Jonathan Jackson and William Christmas: August 15, 1970||p. 225|
|Lonnie McLucas and the New Haven 9: August 29, 1970||p. 227|
|On the Capture of Angela Davis: October 17, 1970||p. 232|
|Eulogy for Samuel Napier: May 1, 1971||p. 234|
|On the Dismissal of the Case Against Bobby and Ericka: May 29, 1971||p. 235|
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