THE BLACK NATION. POSITION OF THE REVOLUTIONARY COMMUNIST LEAGUE (M-L-M) ON THE AFRO-AMERICAN NATIONAL QUESTION. Amiri BARAKA, LeRoi JONES.

THE BLACK NATION. POSITION OF THE REVOLUTIONARY COMMUNIST LEAGUE (M-L-M) ON THE AFRO-AMERICAN NATIONAL QUESTION

[Newark, NJ ?]: [Revolutionary Communist League (M-L-M)], [@1976]. First Edition. Pamphlet. Stapled light blue wraps (8-1/2" x 11") consisting of mimeographed sheets, 60 pages. This is Baraka's own copy with the bottom of the front cover SIGNED by him with the notations: "By the/Afro-American Commission/of RCL/Amiri Baraka,/Chairman" and the addition of, apparently, the names of three co-authors and/or members of the board. The Revolutionary Communist League (Marxist-Leninist-Mao tse Tung) evolved from CAP (Congress of Afrikan People) after it disintegrated in conflict between the Marxists and the Black Nationalists. Founding the Revolutionary Communist League was a reflection on Baraka's move away from nationalism to a Marxist position. Minor soiling. Near Fine. Item #020170

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