December 1939
Saturday Evening Post;12/9/1939, Vol. 212 Issue 24, p24
Focuses on the stand of the U.S. government on the idea of communism. Demonstrative action to be taken by the communists when it is suggested that they be removed from the pay roll of the government into which they have bored; Decision of the Nazis to be visible and to express their defiance from a refuge in U.S. citizenship; Criticism against a political party that is controlled, inspired, manipulated and supported by a foreign power or a foreign organization to be acting in the U.S. affair.


Related Articles

  • IS COMMUNISM SPREADING? Vandervelde, Emile // Foreign Affairs;Oct29, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p84 

    This article presents an examination of the gains and losses of communism. The Third or Communist International was born of the Russian revolution, unites under its banner all the political parties which call themselves communist and aim at the establishment of the "dictatorship of the...

  • Red Beachhead in America. James, Daniel // Saturday Evening Post;4/24/1954, Vol. 226 Issue 43, p32 

    The article looks into the rapid advances of communism in Latin America. The Americans have given little thought to what is happening in their own part of the world because they are preoccupied with hot and cold wars in Asia and Europe. However, the penetration of communist to Latin nations has...

  • Did Marxism-Leninism offer any solutions? Berdichevsky, Norman // Contemporary Review;Jul94, Vol. 265 Issue 1542, p22 

    Examines the validity of Marxism and Leninism in solving contemporary social problems. Basic tenets of Marxism and Leninism; Marxism's solution to the problem of unemployment and national identity; State's role in guaranteeing employment in the former Soviet Union; Soviet Union's concept of...

  • REFLECTIONS. Pfaff, William // New Yorker;8/7/1978, Vol. 54 Issue 25, p54 

    The author reflects on the situation of the European left. The Communist Party is in a steady decline in Italy and it wavers uneasily upon the brink of Menshevism just like the French Communists. The Communists' bid for power in Portugal was easily crushed by the Socialists and moderates. The...

  • The new Reds. Trinkl, John // Canadian Dimension;Oct92, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p31 

    Reports on the Committees of Correspondence in the United States. Initially formed in breakup of US Communist Party in December 1991; Conference titled `Perspectives for Democracy and Socialism in the 90s'; Participants from 30 states; More.

  • Global Warning. Buell, John // Humanist;May/Jun97, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p36 

    Looks at the risk brought about by the break up of the Soviet Union on the economic and social state of the world. Rights given to business elites for the relocation of their factories throughout the globe; Possibility for Russia to become a sinkhole for future public and private aid;...

  • Why Castro Can't Be Neutral. Halperin, Ernst // New Republic;11/27/61, Vol. 145 Issue 22, p11 

    Argues that Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and his 26th July movement have abandoned Soviet Union Premier Nikita Krushchev's policy of neutralism because of strong influence by rival China over the well-organized local Communist Party of Blas Roca. Role of Krushchev in transforming Josef Stalin's...

  • THEY'RE LOSING FAITH IN AMERICA. Wechsberg, Joseph // Saturday Evening Post;7/28/1956, Vol. 229 Issue 4, p30 

    The article presents the views of the author on communist-ruled Czechoslovakia and how the U.S. can win the country back to democracy. The author describes the influence of the U.S. on Czech traditions, history, education and civilization. The author emphasizes the need to present facts to...

  • MOSCOW V. PEKING: Communist Rivalry Around the World.  // Time;11/17/1961, Vol. 78 Issue 20, p24 

    The article focuses on the status of the relations between Soviet Union and China. It notes that the two countries have been competing for the political and economic dominance among the Communist parties around the world. Also explored are the positions of various Communist countries on the...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics