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December 1948
Education Digest;Dec1948, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p55
The article focuses on the House Committee on Un-American Activities' announcement of its plans in publishing a booklet about communism education. The booklet is entitled "One Hundred Things You Should Know About Communism in Education." The pamphlet will list 100 questions and answers and will be one of a series of five, dealing with communism in the United States, generally communism in religion, in labor and in government. It is known that Committee agents are probing professors in well-known universities and examining textbooks which have been cited by various patriotic associations as being procommunistic.


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