New York: Committee to Aid the Bloomington Students, 1963. 28p., staplebound wraps, bottom edge of front cover slightly nibbled. "Transcript of the talk on the movement for Negro Civil Rights given March 25, 1963, by Leroy McRae..." McRae, an African American organizer for the Young Socialist Alliance, gave this speech at a number of campuses across the country. At the University of Indiana, the result was the indictment of three YSA members for subversion. The pamphlet contains the text of McRae's speech and the question and answer session that followed. (Inventory #: 73809)
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