Black Worker in the Deep South: A Personal Record

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International Publishers Company, Incorporated, 1972 - African American communists - 130 pages

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Contents

PLOWHAND IN THE GEORGIA COTTON FIELDS
1
SHARECROPPERS ARE ALWAYS MOVING
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PLOWHAND INTO INDUSTRIAL WORKER
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