A pamphlet of selected writings by George W. Cable. The front cover has green print on yellowed paper. The interior consists of forty-eight pages broken into four sections: [Historical Background of Negro Discrimination / The Nature of Negro Discrimination / The Results of Negro Discrimination / What Must Be Done]. The back of the pamphlet has an advertisement for International Publishers.
A pamphlet of red and black print on yellowed paper. The cover features a political cartoon where Jimmy Carter is portrayed as the Statue of Liberty. The smoke from his torch, labeled [THE HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN], is creating a smokescreen for US mercenaries in southern Africa. The interior consists of fifteen pages of text and political cartoons. The back of the pamphlet has advertisements for the journal Political Affairs and International Publishers.
A pamphlet made of green and black ink on yellowed paper. The front cover has green text that has the title, author, a brief description, and publishing information. The interior consists of forty-eight pages of text. The back cover contains an advertisement for International Publishers.
White print on a deep red background. The front cover features the title in large print at the top center [Thaddeus / Stevens] with the subtitle [Militant democrat / and fighter / for Negro Rights] printed in deep red script on a square white background.