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To have a clear understanding of The STRUGGLES of the NEGRO PEOPLE for equal rights and for the right to self-determination in the Black Belt, 

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The Communist Position on the Negro Question
Resolutions of the Communist International and articles 
by EARL BROWDER and HARRY HAYWOOD ... 10c

The Revolutionary Movement in the Colonies
Resolution of the Sixth World Congress of the Communist International ... 10c

Equality, Land and Freedom
Program of the League of Struggle for Negro Rights ... 5c

The American Negro
by JAMES S. ALLEN ... 10c

Negro Liberation
by JAMES S. ALLEN ... 10c

On the Chain Gang
by JOHN L. SPIVAK ... 5c

Lynching
by HARRY HAYWOOD and MILTON HOWARD ... 5c

Race Hatred on Trial
Proceedings of the Trail of August Yokinen for White Chauvinism ... 10c

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The Road to Negro Liberation

The Tasks of the Communist Party in Winning Working Class Leadership of the Negro Liberation Struggles, and the Fight Against Reactionary Nationalist-Reformist Movements Among the Negro People.

By HARRY HAYWOOD

Report to the Eighth Convention of the Communist Party of the U.S.A., Cleveland, April 2-8, 1934.

WORKERS LIBRARY PUBLISHERS
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June, 1934
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