[New York?]: np, 1971. First Edition. Wraps. 4to. Perfect-bound pictorial wraps. Very good with light soil to front; bottom-right corner clipped, with price written on FFEP. Bright, crisp, and sharp throughout. 164pp. Very good. Item #21431
Tract on mass communications, race, and other phenomena in America, allegedly witten by an African-American man ("Nigger Christ") with co-author credit to his young son ("American Prince"). Presents a religiously motivated conception of how America has been "misguided" by mass communications, promoting the use of heroin and skewed conceptions of the South. The author alleges that Martin Luther King was complicit in this "unfair" depiction of the South, "manipulating" Americans' opinions of Southerners, who, the author argues, "are not Nazis." Dedicated "to one I respect ... because like me he's a man, he was hurt, and he has something he's trying to say. To Charles Manson." OCLC locates only nine copies.