The Story of an American Communist Foreword by Earl Browder
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New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, (1958), 8vo. Cloth. xi, 221 p. "An account of his experiences, by a man who was a leader of the Communist Party of the U.S. until his resignation in January 1958 following the Khrushchev disclosures about Stalin and the Soviet actions in Poland and Hungary. Gates was on the national committee from 1946 and editor-in-chief of the 'Daily Worker' from 1947 until he left the Party, after leading the internal struggle against the Foster group to democratize the Party and establish its independence of the communist movement abroad" - Seidman 1st ed. Seidman G54.