New York: Masses & Mainstream, 1955. 252p., shelf worn wraps faded on spine.
"The first half of the book describes Blawnox Workhouse, the prison in Pennsylvania where he served his sentence. The second half tells the story of his trial before Judge Montgomery in Pittsburgh for violation of the Smith Act, with Nelson acting as his own lawyer. The final chapter is an abridged version of his closing address to the jury." *Seidman N70.