[New York: Daily Worker, 1948]. First Edition. 12mo (18.5cm.); publisher's photo-illustrated staplebound self-wrapeprs; 14pp.; illus. Light wear and dust-soil, contemporary shelf number to upper cover, else Very Good or better. Pamphlet issued by the CPUSA shortly after the trial of Georgia sharecropper Rosa Ingram and her two teen-age sons, who were sentenced to death by an all-white jury after she and her sons killed their white neighbor John Ed Stratford, a fellow-sharecropper, in an act of self-defense. The execution date was set for three weeks after the sentence, leading to mass protests, many led by the NAACP. The sentence would subsequently be commuted to life imprisonment. SEIDMAN R35.