NOTES OF A PROCESSED BROTHER
Edition: First printing.
New York: Pantheon, 1971. dj. Hardcover first edition - The autobiography of the young man who led the 1970 fight against the New York City Board of Education for a high school students' Bill of Rights. The author's first book, written while he was still an undergraduate at Cornell, Neil Postman called this "the best account we have of what it's like to try to change the schools..by an intelligent student who has made a commitment to change things and who is also capable of writing like a first-rate novelist." 480 pgs, including 4 appendices.
Condition: VG+/VG+ (light edgewear to dj.)