"MEDGAR'S DEATH MADE ONE POINTCLEAR… I HAD TO CHANGE MISSISSIPPI"
(MEDGAR EVERS) EVERS, Charles. Evers. New York and Cleveland, 1971.
First edition of Charles Evers' complicated memoir of his brother, his explosive rage at Medgar Ever's murder, and his own resolve to continue his brother's work, noting—"racists can’t kill all of us who believe in freedom"—inscribed by him on the title page, "Thanks for reading my book, Charles Evers, Mayor, Fayette, Miss. 4-5-89." $1250.