American trade unionist
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- You want me to defend the riches reaped from the super-exploitation of the darker races of mankind by a few white, rich, super-monopolists who control the most vast empire that has ever existed in man's one million years of History--all in the name of "Freedom"!
- General G. Baker, Jr., "Letter to Draft Board 100, Wayne County, Detroit, Michigan," SOULBOOK, II, (Spring 1965), 133-134, in Black nationalism in America, John H. Bracey (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1970), 506-8. (page scan from another source)