Chicago: Liberator Press, 1976. 245p., front. (map), spine slightly faded, otherwise very good in wraps.
Haywood (1898-1985), was an early Black activist in the Communist Party and the first Black to attend the Lenin School in Moscow in 1926 where he became an advocate of self-determination for Blacks in the Southern "Black belt." He fell out of favor with the C.P.'s leadership in the late 1930's. This book was published thanks to a subsidy by Paul Robeson.
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