Davis, Angela -- If They Come In The Morning [Book]
New York: The Third Press / A Joseph Okpaku Book, 1971. First edition. 281pp. Hardcover: NEAR FINE. Dust Wrapper: NEAR FINE. Text block a little wavey with some foxing to top. Iconic image of Davis on wrapper, which has some toning and modest wear.
Essays by Davis written while in prison, coverage of the trials of Bobby Seale and Erica Huggins, works by George Jackson and Huey P. Newton, a foreword by Julian Bond, and the powerful lead essay by James Baldwin. This book was published shortly after Davis was accused of participating in conspiracy and murder with the so-called “Soledad Brothers”.