The Negro People in the United States: Facts for All Americans

New York: Jefferson School of Social Science, 1953. First edition. Side-stapled mimeographed sheets printed rectos only; 32 pp. A compendium of demographic data and statistics published for Negro History Week, 1953, to provide trade unionists and progressive whites with important information regarding Negro oppression in the U.S. Selsam was a lifelong Marxist scholar and activist, who was director of the Communist Party-affiliated Jefferson School for over a decade. The school closed and Selsam quit the Communist Party in 1956 when revelation of Stalin's purges came to light, although he remained a Marxist for the rest of his life. Some browning to sheets, darker to rear cover. A little over two dozen copies found in WorldCat institutions. Item #05087

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