A Life in Two Centuries

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A Life in Two Centuries

By Bertram D. Wolfe
Stein and Day, 1981
728 pp. $29.95

Bertram Wolfe (1896-1977) was one of the most interesting of American radicals. These unfinished memoirs carry his life through his opposition to American participation in World War I, his membership and rise to prominence in the American Communist Party, and his revolutionary activities in Mexico and Spain. Subsequently, he became an articulate anti-communist and brilliant historian with his Three Who Made a Revolution (1948).

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