Negro Liberation

HAYWOOD, Harry

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New York: International Publishers, (1948). 245 p. Seidman H153. [14906]

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"A postwar statement by a leading Negro Party member of the communist program for American Negroes, consisting of land redivision and self-determination by the Negroes in the South. The Negro problem is seen in the context of the semi-feudal plantation system and the corrupt rule of monopoly capitalism. Full economic, social, and political equality for Negroes can be achieved only through democratic rule by the Negro people and their allies among disfranchised whites. The Negro liberation movement can lead the Negro people only if it accepts Party leadership on this issue" - Seidman.


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