"Go, Thou, and Do Differently"

Neuberger, Richard L.
March 1955
New Republic;3/28/55, Vol. 132 Issue 13, p8
In this article, the author talks about communism in the U.S. during 1955. As a free American, the author is reluctant to give to Communists a veto over, what he shall say and think. In Oregon the author and his wife participated for a decade in an effort to wipe out bigotry and racial bias. These efforts finally were climaxed by passage through the State Legislature of bills for Fair Employment Practices and civil rights. But they would have stopped far short of victory had they heeded the advice to be against whatever Communists were for.


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