New York: National Non-Partisan Committee, 1949. 16p., wraps, mild wear and traces of soil; African American author.
"The summation before the jury by one of the lawyers for the communist leaders in the first Smith Act trial. Asserting that he differs with the communists on many issues, he supports their struggle for Negro rights, particularly the idea of self-determination. He charges that the communists are being framed because the Party throughout its history has acted as the conscience of America on the Negro issue. (The pamphlet also contains Crockett's statement when being sentenced for contempt of court.)" *Seidman C681.
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