in defense of NEGRO RIGHTS.
Benjamin J. Davis, former city councilman of New York, testifies in the trial of the Communist Twelve at Foley Square. The text includes the direct and cross examination of Davis as well as his final statement to the court; with additional testimony by civil rights attorney O. John Rogge.
A noted defense attorney, Davis gained notoriety in 1933 for representing in Jim Crow Georgia alleged Black insurrectionist, labor organizer, and communist, Angelo Herndon.
Description: in defense of NEGRO RIGHTS.
New York: New York State Committee, Communist Party, (1950). 64 pages. Pamphlet. 7¼ x 5 inches. Sticker abrasion remnant to upper right corner of front cover; rear wrap generally soiled; contents within are clean and sound.
Not in BLOCKSON CATALOGUE (noting other Davis, Jr. titles).