November 1954
New Republic;11/22/54, Vol. 131 Issue 21, p90
This article focuses on the communism in the United States. The communist party in the United States has been forced to make another right-about in its policy. To the comrades who were able to swallow the Nazi-Soviet pact of August 1939, the new reversal will not be difficult. It will be interesting to see just how far strikes in the defense industries have actually been of Communist origin and not for legitimate trade-union purposes. Presumably the party line will now order all possible aid to the defense effort. Fortunately, the absurdities of the American Communists cannot and will not deceive the American people about the necessities of their own foreign policy.


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