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Afro-6 by Hank Lopez. First printing

Afro-6 by Hank Lopez. Dell Publishing Co., Inc. "First printing-July 1969" stated with no statement of later printings. 4 1/2" x 7" 237 pages plus advertisements. Paperback. Light wear to cover edges and edges of spine. A few small dinges to the edges. No creasing to covers or spine. No previous owner markings. Light tanning inside covers and to pages, not effecting paper flexibility. No tears, folds or creases to pages. Binding is tight with some 'snap'. It is possible this book has never been fully opened, let alone read. Not ex-library, not remaindered and not a facsimile reprint. For sale by Jon Wobber, bookseller since 1978. sHG04a

"Everything came off on schedule. All bridges to Manhattan were blown. Subways and railroads were paralyzed., the police knocked out of action A se3lect group os the Super Rich were captured and held as hostages. The Black radio broadcast the rebels' ultimatum.
The uprising had been planned for months, down to the smallest detail, by the brilliant, highly educated underground Black Power elite." from the blurb on the back of the book.

"OCT. 25, 1985 12 AM PT. Enrique (Hank) Lopez, an attorney, writer and teacher who devoted his life and legal skills to Latino causes, died Sunday of a heart attack...Believed the first Chicano graduate of Harvard Law School, Lopez was born in Chihuahua, Mexico. His father was an illiterate soldier in Pancho Villa’s army who moved his family to Denver when Enrique was a toddler....Lopez became a friend and biographer of Katherine Anne Porter and the author of “The Harvard Mystique,” a celebration of the power of his alma mater. His other books and articles explored such disparate topics as differing sex behavior among Jews and Gentiles and a study of how members of a Uruguay soccer team turned to cannibalism to survive after an air crash in the Andes." - L.A.Times obit.