Walter T. Howard is Professor of American History at Bloomsburg University in northeastern Pennsylvania and the editor of B.D. Amis, African American Radical: A Short Anthology of His Writings and Speeches. He was awarded The Gustavus Myers Award for Human Rights Scholarship, for his book Lynchings: Extralegal Violence in Florida During the 1930s.
Contents Preface and Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1 "They Shall Not Die!" Chapter 2 A Call to Millions Chapter 3 Harry Haywood Speaks Chapter 4 William Patterson Speaks Chapter 5 Monitoring the Case Chapter 6 Following Through Epilogue Profiles of Black Communists Appendix Selected Bibliography Index