‘Zimbabwe - The Key To Southern Africa’, David Finkel and Glenn Wolfe, International Socialists, Highland Park, Michigan, 1970s.
‘Class Struggle - Journal of Communist Thought’, Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist), United States, 1977. Includes the poems ‘Welcome to Ho Chi Minh City’, ‘Cambodia - Victory Is Here’, and ‘He Worked All His Life’, written by Janet Sloan. Sloan was a boilermaker and member of the CP (M-L) who was killed by unsafe workplace conditions.
'Negro Digest', Johnson Publishing, Chicago, 1967. Founded by John H. Johnson (1918-2005) in 1942, 'Negro Digest' was renamed 'Black World' in 1970.
'The Black Scholar', The Black World Foundation, Sausalito, California, 1972.
Muhammad Ahmad was a founder of the Revolutionary Action Movement, Ron Karenga was the founder of the US Organization, and Johnny Spain was a member of the Black Panther Party and one of the political prisoners known collectively as the San Quentin Six.
'Tupamaros: from Guerrilla to Mass-Based Party', Chicago Area Group on Latin America, Chicago, .