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Abraham Lincoln Brigade Members: Conlon Nancarrow, Harry Haywood, Herman Bottcher, Ralph Fasanella, Irving Goff, Carl Marzani, John Gates

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Published August 30th 2011
ISBN : 9781155151342
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32 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Conlon Nancarrow, Harry Haywood, Herman Bottcher, Ralph Fasanella, Irving Goff, Carl Marzani, JohnMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Conlon Nancarrow, Harry Haywood, Herman Bottcher, Ralph Fasanella, Irving Goff, Carl Marzani, John Gates, Mosess Fishman, Edward A. Carter, Jr., Matti Mattson, Milton Wolff, Abraham Osheroff, Carmelo Delgado Delgado, Robert Hale Merriman, William Aalto, Harry Wayland Randall, Steve Nelson, Alvah Bessie, Oliver Law, Hugo Oehler, Samuel Krafsur, Clement Markert, Elman Service, Robert G. Thompson, Leslie Kish, Robert Klonsky, Jack Shulman, George Sossenko, Peter A. Sturgeon, Arthur H. Landis, Alonzo Watson, Theodore Cogswell, Pablo de la Torriente Brau. Excerpt: Harry Haywood (February 6, 1898-1985) was a leading figure in both the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU). He contributed major theory to Marxist thinking on the national question of African Americans in the United States. He was also a founder of the Maoist New Communist Movement. Harry Haywood was born Haywood Hall, Jr., on February 6, 1898 in South Omaha, Nebraska to former slaves Harriet and Haywood Hall, from Missouri and West Tennessee, respectively. They had migrated to Omaha because of jobs with the railroads and meatpacking industry, as did numerous other southern blacks. South Omaha also attracted White immigrants, and ethnic Irish had established an early neighborhood there. Haywood was the youngest of three sons. In 1913 after their father was attacked by Whites, the Hall family moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Two years later in 1915 they moved to Chicago. The younger Hall was radicalized by the bitter Red Summer of 1919, especially the Chicago race riot, in which mostly ethnic Irish attacked blacks on the South Side. Hall was influenced by his older brother Otto, who joined the Communist Party in 1921 and invited Hall to enter the secret African Blood Brotherhood. In 1925 when Hall enter...