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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 6, June 1956 - File 043. 1956-06. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 24, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/139/show/112.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 6, June 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date June 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • 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 arty OF^THE U.S.A. WHAT IT IS - HOW IT WORKS . . . A Handbook for Americans Fourth Installment '•is issue concludes Fact* Forum /Veto*' presentation ' llii" handbook prepared by the Senate Internal Secu- ^"> Subcommittee under the leadership of Senator pines O. Eastland. It is hoped thai our readers will "ave gained through this material an insight into the l'a' nature of the enemy in our midst, and will realize. ' set forth herein, that we are dealing with a move '<"nt which is constantly alert, constantly varied and wuive. Soviet Embassy and ihe Communist Party TIIK relations between the Conununist Party and the Soviet Embassy are nowhere specified in the official constitution of the Party. They are highly conspira- ,1*1 anil limited to a few selected individuals. With the ?°uities available to this subcommittee, we can only , ('Wi the pattern of tins relationship from isolated Stances which corroborate each other. 1" his book. Men Without Faces. Louis F. Budenz, for- ■»fr die managing editor of the Daily Worker, lias described '"eeliaiiisin as lie saw it in operation as follows: I nobserved, the chosen comrades entrusted with the re- ('ptioii of Moscow's directives got them by hand from a 11,1 o'er, some apparently obscure person who in turn had Reived them either from the Comintern representative or "'■'Hy from the Soviet consulate or embassy. During the Iat- .'' part of my work in the Party this was Felix Kuzman, a """ci member of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, who con- Jjyed the brief directives from Gerhart Eislei to the Ninth Hoor, Another courier of this type who ran between the Soviet 'l),|S|iiate and Bittelman was the former White Russian officer Kournakoff. ° " ° Someone in the offices there, [at the ',,|s,ila(e] in turn, received the orders in the diplomatic llll'l pouch or in code by cable. ^ Recording to Budenz, those in touch with this pipeline ;,s "' Soviet Embass) included only such trusted insiders J'"' Browder, Eugene Dennis, fade Stachel, Alexander « Foi ii \i N i \\ s, June. 1956 Trachtenberg, Alexander Bittelman, Robert William Wein- er, also known as Welwel Warczower, and the representative of the Communist International. Gerhart Eisler. The majority of these, or possibly all of them, were accomplished Russian linguists. Sergei Kournakoff, mentioned above, died in Moscow on |uly 5, 1949. He was the writer of numerous articles and books on Soviet military matters. His frequent contributions to the Daily Worker were carried under the pseudonym "Veteran Commander." Alexander Bittelman Born in Russia sixty years ago, Alexander Bittelman, alias Ralph Barnes, alias Ascher Bittlemacher, alias Nathan William Kweit, alias Isadore Spillberg, alias Alexander Raphael, alias Z. P. Ralph, alias Raphael and Ralph, has been a member of the executive committee and its ruling political committee of the Communist Party, USA, since the Party's inception. He has been a delegate to Communist International congresses in Moscow on a number of occasions. From time to time, he has been editor of the Party's monthly theoretical organ. The ('oniniunist, now known as Political Affairs, to which be has been a prolific contributor. He owes his authority in the CPUSA not to any contact or following with the American people but primarily to the fact that be has always been an assiduous student of the Soviet press and a slavish follower of the Moscow line. As such he is an indispensable link between Ihe Kremlin and the American party, a keen watchdog to insure against the slightest deviation from Soviet policy. Benjamin Gitlow, a former member of the political com- mittee of the CPUSA, and the Party's candidate for vice president, has said of Bittelman: Bittelman was ° ° ° completely divorced from nil contact willi ih.' labor movement ami with American We. But In- read Russian, followed (In- Hussion Communist press minutely and Page 41 L!
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