The Communists' New Line

Tyler, Gus
March 1954
New Republic;3/22/54, Vol. 130 Issue 12, p13
Focuses on the increase of the number of American communists in the country. Factors causing the conflict between the church and the state; Effects of communism in the global economy; Efforts of the government to undermine the present anti-Soviet war alliances.


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