A copy of Francis Ward’s “SUPER FLY” A POLITICAL AND CULTURAL CONDEMNATION (1972).  An analysis of the 1972 Blaxploitation movie “Super Fly,” directed by Gordon Parks, Jr. and starring Ron O’Neal. The authors condemn the film, claiming it “exploits one of the greatest problems facing black people by glamorizing a dope dealer, placing an unmistakable stamp of approval on his work, and is hustled off as ‘adventure’ without the slightest social or political comment on how dope has ravaged generations of Black people - and is now striking at the heart of our very survival.” 

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