This gritty, sweeping novel follows a burgeoning political activist in the early twentieth century: a "precious, priceless book" (Alice Walker).
"We owe our world to women like Agnes Smedley, who worked without peace or resolution toward a future they could not see." —Paola Mendoza
First released in 1929, Daughter of Earth remains a seminal work of American socialist literature. This semiautobiographical account...