Ben Davis, Fighter for Freedom Intro. by Eslanda Goode Robeson. Illus. with photos
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Brooklyn: National Committee to Defend Negro Leadership, 1954, Wraps. 48 p. "Denunciation of the conviction of Davis, one of the 11 communists found guilty in the trial under the Smith Act. Excerpts from his life, trial, and prison experiences are given to show that he was really jailed for advocating interracial democracy and Marxism-Leninism, for opposing the Korean War and Jim Crow, and for supporting Negro freedom. Readers are asked to seek amnesty for Davis and his colleagues" - Seidman Seidman J116.
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- By This Author: JONES, Claudia
- By This Publisher: Brooklyn: National Committee to Defend Negro Leadership, 1954