Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1971). Cloth-backed boards. 152 p. 1st ed. Fine in near fine d. w. 
"In May, 1970, Jeffrey Golden was a revolutionary temporarily without a cause. The Harvard strike had evaporated; he had been turned down for the Venceremos brigade. Wandering around Harvard at loose ends, he read a bulletin board notice asking for volunteers to work a black cooperative farm in Georgia. He immediately signed up for the summer..."