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PUBLISHED BY
NEW AGE PUBLISHERS
P. O. BOX 28, STATION D, NEW YORK CITY
NOVEMBER, 1937
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PRINTED IN U.S.A.



FOREWORD

Dear Friend:

The subject of this pamphlet is the plight of the Negro youth of America. I am sure that there are hundrds [[hundreds]] of thousands of Negro young people who think the same way but have not yet found the answer to what to do to improve their present conditions, and for the cause of liberation of our people. This pamphlet attempts to answer some of these questions that arise out of life itself. We ask you to join the Young Communist League, which will be very beneficial to you as an individual and for the great cause of our people.

HENRY WINSTON

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