Published October 25, 1979
by Harvard University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||414|
The god never failed for Hosea Hudson, who joined the Communist Party as an illiterate black Birmingham foundry-worker in ; and he's not about to pass from this world—he's now 81—without claiming a place in black history for the CP and for himself. He first put his life on record in the s and '60s, and that manuscript was published in after Party-line doctoringas. Book Description: “Among the many exemplary qualities of this narrative and its hero is their lack of sentimentality. For Hosea Hudson, there is no romance of American Communism; instead, his relationship with the Communist Party is a model of mutual exploitation. Hudson's writings are represented by drafts of two books: "Black Worker in the Deep South: A Personal Record" Written by Hudson () and "The Narrative of Hosea Hudson: His Life as a Negro Communist in the South" written by Nell Irvin Painter (), and of several unpublished works, in addition to book reviews, notes and some correspondence. For Hosea Hudson, there is no romance of American Communism; instead, his relationship with the Communist Party is a model of mutual exploitation [A] marvelous book. Moving, fearful, and funny, Hudson and Painter’s Narrative is as valuable an American life as has ever been wrested from anonymity.” —Benita Eisler, The NationBrand: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
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