San Francisco: I Wor Kuen, 1975. The second of only three issues published of I Wor Kuen’s theoretical journal. This issue features a history and critique of Wei Min She, another Asian-American Marxist-Leninist group that was aligned with Revolutionary Union, a critique of Revolutionary Union’s line on the worker’s movement, and a political analysis of the Jung Sai Strike. This copy with fairly extensive notations throughout, including five pages of inserted notes on Wei Min Shin.
I Wor Kuen was an Asian-American Marxist-Leninist group founded in 1969 in NYC as a revolutionary organization modeled after the Black Panther Party and the Young Lords. They eventually merged with the San Francisco-based Red Guard Party and were an active part of the New Communist Movement before merging with the August 29 Movement to form the League of Revolutionary Struggle.
Stapled green wrappers (11” x 8 ½”), 95,  p. Notations throughout, light rubbing to wrappers. All I Wor Kuen material is exceedingly scarce in commerce and uncommon institutionally. Item #10016