Mustering out of the U.S. army in 1919, Harry Haywood found himself in the middle of one of the bloodiest race riots in U.S. history—a battle that lasted the rest of his life. This book is Haywood’s eloquent account of coming of age as a black man in twentieth-century America and of his political awakening in the Communist Party.
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