Bless Our Soul, Brother

September 1975
National Review;9/12/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 35, p982
The article discusses the remarks of Eldridge Cleaver, the former minister of information for the Black Panthers, on the political evolution of the United States and the oppressive regimes espoused by Communist and Socialist countries. Cleaver's views on the Central Intelligence Agency are also cited.


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