You Come with Naked Hands: The Story of the San Francisco to Moscow Walk for Peace. Bradford LYTTLE.

You Come with Naked Hands: The Story of the San Francisco to Moscow Walk for Peace

Raymond, New Hampshire: Greenleaf Books, 1966. First edition. Quarto (28 cm). Boards with reinforced tape binding as issued; 246, [1] pp.; 68 photographs; dust jacket. Limited to 1,000 copies. An exhaustive account by Bradford Lyttle of the Committee for Nonviolent Action's peace walk from San Francisco to Moscow. After leafletting, picketing and committing acts of civil disobedience on behalf of unilateral disarmament, Lyttle and a few other CNVA activists decided to take their message across the U.S., Europe and to communist Poland and the Soviet Union. The march began on Dec. 1, 1960 from San Francisco and ended nearly a year later in Moscow. Lyttle would go on to found the United States Pacifist Party in 1983 running as a write-in candidate for President in 1996, 2000, and 2008. An about Near Fine copy with a few small stains along the top edge; the dust jacket is browning with a few nicks and closed tears to the edges; VG. Item #03181

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