A trifold pamphlet made of black print on blue paper. The cover has large black text that reads: [What Is the Bakke Case?]. The interior contains text by Henry Winston describing the details of the Bakke court case. The back of the pamphlet has a tear-away section to subscribe to the journal Political Affairs.
An issue of Jewish Currents. The front cover features black and white print on discolored paper. At center is an image of a painting with two young children. The interior contains forty-seven pages of text. The back cover features advertisements.
A pamphlet written by Pettis Perry. The front cover features a drawing of a man in dark plum ink on a white rectangle, itself on a dark plum cover with white text. The interior contains twenty-two pages of text. The back of the pamphlet features an advertisement for New Century Publishers.
Pamphlet on understanding church teaching by the Federal Council of the Church of Christ in America's Commission on the Church and Minority Peoples. The white cover has black printed text on the left side which reads [Negro / Churchmen / Speak To / White / Churchmen]. There are sections about Christian faith, American democracy, and the post-war world. The booklet has fifteen (15) pages, with two (2) staples, and ends with a list of churchmen in support of the book. The back cover has distribution and price information. There is a mark on the front cover with the price of five (5) cents.