Lot 298 of 725:
Rights in Conflict - true first + 1st paperback signed by Dan Walker  

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Rights in Conflict - a.k.a. The Walker Report - two copies, including one signed

Walker, Daniel






  • xiii, 88 pages of photographs, 233, + 10 supplement pages. The text includes diagrams of streets. True First Edition. A report submitted by Daniel Walker, Director of the Chicago Study Team, to the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. 11x8½, blue wrappers, printed in black, cloth spine lettered in black. Only 500 copies of the report were printed in this format. 
  • First Paperback Edition. 362 pp. 7x4¼, wrappers. Bantam Books, [1968]. Signed by Dan Walker on the title page.

A report on the violence of Chicago during the week of the Democratic National Convention in 1968. Including hundreds of photographs of the protestors that week. The Walker Report famously called it a "Police Riot."

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Light wear or yellowing to each; very good.

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