My Life as a Rebel

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My Life as a Rebel

By Angelica Balabanoff
Harper, 1938
324 pp. $3.75

Angelica Balabanoff was one of the leading lights in the international Socialist movement before and during the World War and was the first Secretary of the Communist International. These memoirs not only make delightful reading but have great historical importance due to the author's close association with two generations of Socialist and Communist leaders in many countries. Her reminiscences on Mussolini in his Socialist phase and on Lenin are particularly enlightening.

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