- Title Pages
- Preface to the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition
- Prologue Radical Genesis: Birmingham, 1870–1930
- Part I The Underground, 1929–1935
- One An Invisible Army: Jobs, Relief, and the Birth of a Movement
- Two In Egyptland: The Share Croppers’ Union
- Three Organize or Starve!: Communists, Labor, and Antiradical Violence
- Four In the Heart of the Trouble: Race, Sex, and the ILD
- Five Negroes Ain’ Black—But Red!: Black Communists and the Culture of Opposition
- Part II Up from Bolshevism, 1935–1939
- Six The Road to Legality: The Popular Front in Birmingham, 1935–1937
- Seven The CIO’s in Dixie!
- Eight Old Slaves, New Deal: Communists and the WPA
- Nine The Popular Front in Rural Alabama
- Ten The Democratic Front
- Part III Back to the Trenches, 1939–1941
- Eleven The March of Southern Youth!
- Epilogue Fade to Black: The Invisible Army in War, Revolution, and Beyond
- Hammer and Hoe
- University of North Carolina Press
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