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The Huey P. Newton Reader Hardcover – May 7, 2002
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About the Author
DAVID HILLIARD is a founding member and former chief of staff of the Black Panther Party. He is the author of This Side of Glory: The Autobiography of David Hilliard and the Story of the Black Panther Party and currently serves as executive director of the Dr.Huey P. Newton Foundation in Oakland, California.
DONALD WIESE is the editor of Black Like Us: A Century of Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual African-American Fiction. He lives in San Francisco.
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Top Customer Reviews
Despite this, the Huey P. Newton reader, along with his autobiography "Revolutionary Suicide" which Penguin finally reprinted a few years ago which was long overdue, are must reads for any activist, anarchist, anarcho-socialist, liberatarian, in order to add to their socio-political tool belt.
You cannot be a radical or a revolutionary in the US and NOT read this book. It IS a must. For one, too often the African experience is overlooked, and two, stodgy intellectuals see Huey as that stuff of legend and perhaps think they cannot stomach the rhetoric. His penetrating excavations remind me of things I've read by Angela Davis, only Newton clearly is trying desperately to reach his audience. Hes states a thesis, then seeming unsure of himself breaks it down and down into smaller pieces.
Finally, I was encouraged to see a clip of him on a Bay Area show a year before he died. He was lucid and just as revolutionary into his 40's where some of his peers have sold out.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great detailed easy reading story of Dr. Huey P. Newton from grass roots non-reader to PhD scholar, international hero and revolutionary.Published on November 26, 2013 by paige deplume
Newton? Addict, dope pusher, and complicit in murder. Politics? Crap, when he was high and had his guard down he'd remind people that "Marxism is my hustle. Read morePublished on April 29, 2012 by Michelle Cicalese
What IS it with goofy liberals who *think* they know what "The Cause" is and take it upon themselves to diss someone like a David Hilliard??? For the record, Mr. Read morePublished on June 13, 2003
I searched this book from beginning to end, and nowhere does it mention Newton's stay in Cuba. If I am wrong please correct me.Published on May 14, 2003