The memoir of founding Black Panther, Huey P. Newton, traces the birth of a revolutionary, from his impoverished childhood in Oakland to his adolescence and struggles against systems he opposed, from his role in the Black Panthers to his solitary confinement in the Alameda County Jail. Newton's manifesto, a portrait of the inner circle of America's Black Panther Party, is also a portrayal of the radicalism that inspired him.
- adapted and revised from publisher
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