Progressives and Communists

Valtair, Jackson; Foreman, Clark
June 1946
New Republic;6/10/46, Vol. 114 Issue 23, p837
Presents letters to the editor on progressives and communists. Comment on the letter by James Loeb published in the May 13, 1946 issue; Reaction of a liberal leader when confronted with the necessity of making an extended public statement about the Communist role in the progressive movement; Admiration for Stanley Isaac's excellent letter published in the May 20, 1946 issue.


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