October 1939
America;10/7/1939, Vol. 61 Issue 26, p608
The author reflects on the African Americans who turn away from the Communist appeal. He that the preoccupation of Communists with Russian affairs means dying off of interest in African Americans and in the Black Colonial races. According to the author, when these African Americans were under Communist Party, the Christian movement among them was dwindling in effectiveness. He further states as these African Americans already turn away from Communists, they can move on through the help of those in position.


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