n.p. CPUSA, [1965-?]. 13p., 8.5x14 inch mimeographed sheets stapled together at upper left corner, last page smudged but entirely legible.
Analysis of developments in the first half of the 1960s, up to the Montgomery march of 1965. "The unmatched heroism of Negro men, women and children in face of the unprecedented Dixiecrat intimidation, terror, and violence has marked a new chapter in the long history of militant struggles which have swept our nation since its very foundation..." Includes a discussion of unconsciously racist behavior among some white civil rights activists, and insists that Communists strive to become known for their resistance to such tendencies.