This is the authentic story of the thirty-year effort of the Communist party to channel Afro-American protest in terms of Kremlin edicts rather than the Bill of Rights. From its beginnings after World War I, the party chose blacks as a major target in its recruiting campaign. Wilson shows the patriotism and wisdom of the black leaders who have resisted the pressure of the Communist attack.
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