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Scope and Contents

This file contains 4 separate pamphlets that were published by two companies; Advocators, based in Detroit, and Pacesetters, based in Philadelphia. The first pamphlet discusses black-on-black crime and how to reduce it, thus improving black communities. The second pamphlet discusses the way women are treated in modern society, the struggles they go through as a result, and offers solutions to ensure that women have the self-confidence that they need to succeed. The third pamphlet discusses the energy crisis, how it results from capitalism, and why it needs to be replaced with socialism. The fourth and final pamphlet takes a stance against welfare, instead arguing that people on welfare need to take responsibility for their own future. The first and third pamphlet include attributions to the Committee for Political Development. Publishing dates and author(s) are unclear.


  • Creation: Artificial Collection formed in 1967


From the Collection: 4059 item

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Archives and Special Collections, University of Connecticut Library Repository

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