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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 5, May 1956 - File 053. 1956-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 12, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/1329/show/1312.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 5, May 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript hi< narv •"' is "ll>"' ConsidJ an vfOfi iterprd ,s ol resfl eiise is „. tin- I-'r ; s ""v i COMMUNIST CHAIN OF COMMAND Politbureau, Communist Party of USSR Information Bureau of Communist and Workers Parties (Corainform)-Bucharest Gen. Secy.,CPSU Commissions Organization Women Control & Review Youth Labor Agrarian Aglt. & Prop. Colonial Comlnform Representative in U.S.A. International Front Organizations —International Union of Students World Federation of Trade Unions Women's International Democratic Fed.-- World Federation of Democratic Youth Association of Democratic Lawyers Association of Democratic Journalists World Peace Congress -j World Federation of Scientific Workers National Officers, CPUSA Chairman General secy. Org. secy. Labor secy. Leg. dir. Commission chairmen District (state) Officers. CPUSA Chairman, Labor secy, Educ. dir. Org. secy. Youth dir., Organizer E. Pa, Del. National Board, CPUSA I American Front Organizations | -Congress of American Women I -Labor Youth League ' National Lawyers Guild ' |~Peace Information Center —I National labor Peace Conf. [_Conf. on Peaceful Alternatives Civil Rights Congress Am. Con. for Prot. of For.Born Council on African Affairs Com. for a Dem. Far Eastern Pol. National Committee, CPUSA Commissions- 1 Ir 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 Review Agitation Prop. Legislative Organization Veterans Women Youth Students Negj-o Agar- lan Legal Def. Labor Nationalities Md. D.C. District (state) Committees Minn. ND SD Section Officers Chairman, Ex. secy, Org. secy., Educ. dir., IoduBt. secy., Press dir., etc. Club Officers Chairman, Organizer, Org. secy., Educ. dir., InduBt. secy. Press dir., etc. Ariz. N. J. Conn. Ind. Mich. 111. S. 1. Oreg. Wash. State Front Organizations Section Committees Shop or Community Club i b n Ws book. From Bryan to Stalin. William Z. Foster, fc v chairman, describes the expulsion of members of the r Lil executive or national committee for a variety of <j;||"ns utterly foreign to the American political scene. EL *y> Lore, and Askeli were- expelled in 1923-24 as I -r!'sts- J- P- Cannon and others were expelled in 1928 "fieri "'Myites." Jay Lovestone was expelled in 1929 for tl, opportunist tendencies of a semi-Social Democratic ET '"-'h-r and because he violated a decision of the Coin a* ''■ Earl Browder's expulsion of February 5, 1946, was ><-d °n charges of "factional activity," attacks on the N I ■Ship ol the French Communist Partv, anil "ri-vision- % Th, Marxism," anil "obstructive passivity. n,. '' Penalties which may In- invoked lor these offenses Private censure: (2) public- censure; (3) removal V s Forum News, May, 1956 from committees; (4) removal from all responsible work; (5) expulsion from the Party. We might add a category of self-censure. In 1929 alter the expulsion of Jay Lovestone as genera] secretary of the Partv. and in 1945 after similar aetion against Earl Browder as general secretary, Party leaders hastened to admit their errors in support of these leaders and to publicly repudiate them. Leadership Cult In order to insure unquestioning obedience to its mandates, the international Communist movement inculcates complete subservience to its "leader." Thus Joseph Stalin was referred to in such superlative terms as "the leader ol progressive humanity," "the- great defender of peace, "great successor in the cause of the immortal Lenin,' the Page 51
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