June 1941
New Republic;6/30/41, Vol. 104 Issue 26, p877
Focuses on the protest of the Communists in the United States against any American progressive who dares to support Great Britain in her fight against German dictator Adolf Hitler. Presumption that the Communist Party will order all possible aid to encourage strikes in defense industries; Attitude of U.S. Communist leader William Foster toward the war between England and Germany; Reference to a campaign of hatred and contempt introduced by the Communist Party against American support to Great Britain; Discussion of the self-interest of the U.S. in providing help to the Russians to resist Hitler.


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