Books taken from George Jackson’s prison cell (, transcribed by Real Talk with Herschel in solidarity, not endorsement.

  1. Be Free by Herbert Aptheker
  2. Africa: The Way Ahead by Jack Woddis
  3. The Empire of Oil by Harvey O’Connor
  4. A History of Pan African Revolt by C.L.R. James
  5. Revolutionary priest by Camile Tores
  6. Black Skin White Masks by Frantz Fanon
  7. The new Information Please Almanac Atlas and yearbook – Editor Dan Golenpaul
  8. The Myth of Black Capitalism by Earl Ofari
  9. Who Rules America
  10. Mao Tse Tung – Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1967
  11. The Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States – Edited by Herbert Aptheker
  12. Anti-Duhring, Revolution In Science by Frederick Engels
  13. The Poverty of Philosophy by karl Marx
  14. Fidel Castro Speaks – Edited by Martin Kenner and James Petras
  15. Home To Catalonia by George Orwell
  16. Reader In Marxist Philosophy – From writings of Marx, Engels and Lenin
  17. The Age of Imperialism by Harry Magdoff
  18. American Negro Slave Revolts by Herbert Aptheker
  19. Materialism and the Dialectal Method by Maurice Cornforth
  20. Die Nigger Die! By H. Rap Brown
  21. Insurgent Mexico by John Reed
  22. Philosophy of World Revolution by Frank Marek
  23. Pre-Capitalist Economic Formations by Karl Marx
  24. Historical Materialism by Maurice Cornforth
  25. Some Changes by June Jordan
  26. The Trump of Conscience by Martin Luther King Jr.
  27. The Political Economy of Growth by Paul A. Baran
  28. Selected Works by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels
  29. Fanshen – A Documentary of Revolution In A Chinese Village by William Hinton
  30. Black Revolutionary by James R. Hooker
  31. The Industrial Workers of the World 1905-1917 by Philip S. Foner
  32. History of the Labor movement in the United States, Volume III by Philip S. Foner
  33. Kwame Nkrumah – Challenge of the Congo by International Publishers
  34. 12 years U.S. Imperialist Intervention And Aggression in Lasos by Neo Lag Kasat
  35. Monopoly Capital by Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy
  36. Karl Marx Capital – Edited by Frederick Engels
  37. A Documentary of the Negro People In The United States – Edited by Herbert Aptheker
  38. The United States Political System by David Cushman Coyle
  39. Black Rage by W. H. Grier and P. M. Cobbs
  40. Search For A Method by J.P. Sartre
  41. Man’s Fate by Andre Malraux
  42. African Genesis by Robert Ardrey
  43. The Survival Book by Nesbitt, Pond, Allen
  44. The Ancient City by Fustel De Coulanges
  45. Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche
  46. Nine Hours To Rama by Stanley Wopert
  47. The Theory of Knowledge by m. Cornforth
  48. The Role of Force in History by Frederick Engels
  49. Frederick Douglass by Philip Foner
  50. De Mayor of Harlem by David Henderson
  51. Black Man’s Burden by John Oliver Killens
  52. Vietnam! Vietnam! By Felix Greene
  53. Kwame Nkrumah—Neo Colonialism—The Last Stage of Imperialism
  54. Not Yet Uhuru by Ajuma Oginga Odinga
  55. American Neo-Colonialism: Its Emergence in the Philippines and Asia by W.J. Pomeroy
  56. History of the Labor Movement in the United States, Volume 1 by Philip S. Foner
  57. Soledad Brother by George Jackson
  58. Webster’s New World Dictionary
  59. The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. Burghardt Du Bois
  60. Selection of Karl Marx, Frederick Engels, V.I. Lenin, Joseph Stalin—The Woman Question by International Publishers
  61. The Pillage of the Third World—Modern Reader by Pierre Jales
  62. The Autobiography of Malcolm X – With Assistance of Alex Haley – Grove Press, Incorporated
  63. William J. Pomeroy—The Forest – International Publishers
  64. Management and Machiavelli – Bantam Books by Anthony Jay
  65. Where Do We Go From Here by martin Luther King
  66. Zapata and the Mexican Revolution by John Womach Jr.—
  67. Return To My Native Land by Aime Cesaire
  68. A History of Africa, South of the Sahara by Donald L. Wiedner
  69. Axioms of Kwame Nkrumah—Freedom Fighters Edition – International Publishers
  70. Karl Marx—Capital The Process of Circulation of Capital, Volume II – Edited by Frederick Engels
  71. The Pentagon Papers – A New York Times Book
  72. The African Communist—When Talk Is Treachery, Number 45 – 2nd quarter, 1971
  73. Class Struggle in Africa—Little New World – By Kwame Nkrumah
  74. Dark Days In China – by Kwame Nkrumah
  75. Shadow and Act – By Ralph Ellison
  76. The Foundations of Leninism – by J.V. Stalin
  77. Stalking The Blue Eyed Scallop by Euell Gibbons
  78. Stalking The Healthful Herbs – by Euell Gibbons
  79. The Robber Barons – Matthew Johnson
  80. Gandhi, His Life and Message For The World – A Mentor Book by Louis Fischer
  81. The Modern Prince and Other Writings by Antonio Gramsci
  82. An Eye For An Eye by H. Jack Griswold, Mike Misenheimer, Art Powers, Ed Tromanhauser – Pocketbook
  83. Selected Articles and Speeches by Ho Chi Minh
  84. Prison Diary by Ho Chi Minh
  85. The World and Africa by W.E.B Du Bois
  86. History of the Labor Movement in The United States by Phillip S. Foner Volume II
  87. Death of a Revolutionary, Che Guevera’s Last Mission by Richard Harris and W.W. Horton and Company
  88. The Prison Letters of George Jackson, Soledad Brother
  89. Soul On ice by Eldridge Cleaver
  90. Malcolm X Speaks by George Breitman
  91. The Nature of Democracy, Freedom and Revolution by Herbert Apthaker
  92. Enemy of the Sun by Naseer Aruri-Edmond Ghareeb
  93. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
  94. Selected Works, Volume I, II, III by V. I. Lenin
  95. The Anatomy of Revolution by Crame Brinton
  96. Capital The Process of Capitalist Production As A Whole by Karl Marx
  97. The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus
  98. And Why Not Every Man by Herbert Aptheker