New York: Workers Library Publishers, (1935). 12mo. Wraps. 46 p. Seidman F190. 
"The communist program for the Negro in the mid-1930's. The depressed status of the Negro on the farm and in the city is contrasted with the communist ideal of self-determination of Negroes in the Black Belt and a proletarian revolution in the rest of the country. The pamphlet tells how a Soviet U. S. and a Soviet Negro republic will complement each other" - Seidman.