eBook Memoirs Of An Activist Poet (Red Crane Literature Series) download
by Will Inman
Author: Will Inman
Publisher: Red Crane Books (October 1, 1998)
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Published by Red Crane Books.
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He worked in a shipyard during World War II, and became an activist in 1947 after summers of work in the Blue Ridge mountains. He attempted, unsuccessfully, to organize tobacco industry workers. Like many in the American left, he joined the Communist party but became disillusioned with its lack of humanity and left the organization. He completed a memoir in 1998 but Red Crane Books decided not to publish it. A copy of his memoir has been donated to the Rubenstein Rare Book Library at Duke University
He worked in a shipyard during World War II, and became an activist in 1947 after summers of work in the Blue Ridge mountains. A copy of his memoir has been donated to the Rubenstein Rare Book Library at Duke University
Series: Red Crane Literature Series.
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