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"Vivid renderings of scene make this scholarly tome thoroughly accessible; a "you are there" tone adds immediacy to the ideological concerns underpinning Black Panther Party history. . . . [the authors] make comprehensible both the movement and the times." STARRED REVIEW—Publishers Weekly
"A comprehensive and compelling history of the Black Panther Party . . . it is the book I would recommend to anyone wanting to read just one book about the Black Panthers."—Counterpunch
"Twelve years of archival research helped the authors produce this first comprehensive book on the Black Panther Party, its members, its leaders, and its resistance to the politics of the American government."—Los Angeles Magazine
"Lets you understand what happened—and why."—American History
Posted February 25, 2013
Bloom and Martin offer readers a unique and rich layout of the history of the BPP and their struggle in an engaging yet scholarly fashion.
Must read for all revolutionaries