Item #10690 "The Party and the Struggle for Negro Rights" [in] The Party Review, Number 2

"The Party and the Struggle for Negro Rights" [in] The Party Review, Number 2

San Francisco: California state organization of the Communist party, U.S.A., [195-]. An issue of the CPUSA’s pre-convention discussion bulletin featuring issues of interest to the California party members. The two internal pages feature two articles under the heading “The Party and the struggle for Negro rights.” In “Deep are the roots of special oppression of the Negro woman,” Eleanor Broady of the Los Angeles chapter focuses on the role of black women in the party, especially as related to the “touchy question in the party…[on] the predominantly one-sided social relationship of men and women in the party as far as the Negro women and white men are concerned.” In “On the waterfront, significant gains,” P. T. provides an update on advances in Negro rights “particularly in the Marine Cooks & Stewards union.” Other articles include, “United Front and the Elections” by William Schneiderman, “Building the party - the seamen do it” by A. R., , “Strike Struggles - Some Key Conclusions” by Al Richmond, “Our Vanguard Role in the Shops” by an unidentified autoworker, “For a new approach in the needle trade” by an unidentified needle trades worker and “The Jewish community - advanced anti-fascist sector” by anonymous.

Tabloid format printed in black on newsprint, [4] p. Center fold, slightly mis-folded, else Fine. Item #10690

Price: $150.00