New York: International Publishers, 1956. 318, [ii]p., very good condition in a shelfworn dj.
"A book published just as the author, a member of the national committee of the Party, began to serve a jail sentence for violation of the Smith Act. Chapters contrast the progressive 1930's with the reactionary 1950's, and discuss such issues as the Soviet 'threat' to America, monopoly, unsolved economic problems, military expenditures, political realignment, labor in politics, the Negro, and the future of socialism in America." *Seidman G294.