African-American history and culture
Soul On Ice - Eldridge Cleaver (1970 Canada 1st Edition).
Soul On Ice, hailed as one of the most important works in its genre, is a collection of essays and memoirs of revolutionary Eldridge Cleaver during his imprisonment in Fulsom State Prison in 1965; published initially in 1968 then two years later in this Canadian edition. Themes surrounded reflections on his own criminal past, the black man in society, and his own transformation to the followings of Malcolm X and Marxism. Cleaver would become a major leader of the Black Panther movement as Minister of Information (1970 Canadian first edition paperback. Acceptable copy. All pages intact, and no creasing or defacement).