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  • 1. Huey Newton in Prison
  • 2. After prison - what?
  • 3. Eldridge Cleaver
  • 4. Huey in the hole
  • 5. Cyrano de Bergerac
  • 6. Huey Newton press conference (NYC, 8/22/70)
  • 7. Why are the panthers so provocative?
  • 8. Revolutionary culture
  • 9. Billy the doggone bank tree
  • 10. On being a revolutionary
  • 11. Reactionaries and guerillas
  • 12. Revolutionary suicide

The radical Black Panther speaks!

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