New York: New Century Publishers, October, 1950. First edition. Paperback. 23pp. Thin sextodecimo [18 cm] Stapled white and black pictorial wraps. Near fine condition. Item #44298
"Eugene Dennis sits today in a Federal prison cell, for "contempt" of the Un-American Committee. But the real reason he is there is bigger than this disgraceful committee, whose behavior President Roosevelt once described as 'sordid.' Like Eugene Debs, who sat in a prison cell in Atlanta Penitentiary thirty years ago, he is a labor prisoner. Eugene Dennis is the No. 1 American prisoner of the cold war, that has now become a shooting war in Korea." - Elizabeth Gurley Flynn.