New York: the Committee, 1955. Pamphlet. 15p., wraps, very good condition, 4x9 inches. OCLC lists two holdings as of 7/2015.
On the Wade-Braden case, in which the Bradens (white communists) sold a house to Andrew Wade, an African American veteran, contravening local segregation. The house was dynamited after numerous KKK threats. The brochure cites comments from various activists criticizing the failure to pursue the attempted killer or killers, even as Carl Braden was tried and convicted for sedition because of his political activities.
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