New York: New Century Publishers, 1952. First Edition. Slim octavo (19cm); original printed wrappers, stapled; 16pp. Toning to extremities, oxidation to staples, wrappers showing a few tiny chips, and a neat split down upper half of spine; complete, but only Very Good.
"An appeal to American Negroes to defend the Negro communists indicted under the Smith Act. The author, a Negro communist, states that the author of the Smith Act is one of the most vicious and powerful enemies of the Negro people. The Smith Act, he asserts, would be used against Negroes who fight for anti-lynching legislation, fair employment, and civil rights, and who seek to repeal Jim Crow laws" (SEIDMAN B669).