The Red Angel: The Life and Times of Elaine Black Yoneda, 1906-1988

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International Publishers Co, 1991 - Social Science - 332 pages
A fast moving, vibrant biography of an outstanding communist activist for labor's rights, civil rights, peace and justice. Rich anecdotes as well as facts. 27 photos. Bibliog., Appendix, Index.
 

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Contents

PART
1
WORK AND MARRIAGE 19231929
11
THE TRANSFORMATION OF ELAINE 19301931
21
Elaine with family friends 5 212 233 266 286
29
COMMITMENT 19311932
35
CHANGE OF SCENE IN SAN FRANCISCO 1933
47
VIGILANTE TERRORISM
54
REIGN OF TERROR
75
THE WOMENS SLANT
164
A TIME OF INFAMY 19411942
179
THE TOLAN HEARINGS 1942
191
CONCENTRATION CAMP USA
206
KEEP THE HOMES FIRES BURNING 19421943
220
MEANWHILEOTHER BATTLES 1943
226
RETURN TO SAN FRANCISCO 19441945
230
PART FOUR
251

Elaine in the struggle Frontispiece 81 88 110 128
81
PART
93
FACING 1935
102
MATRIMONY AT LAST
121
THE TIGER GIRL EMERGES 1936
129
PEOPLE ON THE MOVE 19361937
140
BACK TO THE MOTHER LODE 1938
148
BRIDGES VICTORY
157
THE COLD WAR YEARS
261
REDRESS AND REPARATIONS 19691970s
277
ELAINE BLACK YONEDA Sept 4 1906May6 1988
284
We Hear Elaines Heels Janice Mirikitani
298
Acknowledgements
307
Index
327
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