supporters of their program." The ape
cial committee in its reporl of March
29, I'M I. cited the National Federation
for Constitutional Liberties as "one of
the viciously subversive' organizations
of the Communisl party." 'In September 2. 1947, the special committee
cited iln- National Federation for Con-
-iiiuiiiin.il Liberties as among a "maze
of organizations" which were "spawned
fnr lhe allege-el purpose' eef defending
.ivil liberties in general, but actually
intended to protect Communist subversion from any penalties under the
Frazier was a sponsor of the Washington Committee for Democratic Action, which was eiled as subversive' eunl
Communist by the Attorney General of
the I nili'il Stales in letters released December I. 10 17. and September 21.
I.. Franklin Frazier published a pamphlet entitled "Seeing Is Relieving in
1017. as a member of the Council on
African .Affairs. Inc., of which be' was
I be' I louncil on Al i iieui Affairs. Inc..
wee- cited ee- subversive' and Communis!
by thi' Attorney Ceni'lal in fellers released December 4, 1947. and September
E. Franklin Frazier signed an appeal
to lift the Spanish embetrgo sponsoreel
by tin- Negro People's Committee to Aid
Spanish Democracy, as shown b\ tin'
Daily Worker of February 8, 1939. The
Negro People's Committee to Aid Spem
i-h Democracy was cited ei- a Commun-
i-t-front organization by lhe Special
Committee on Un-American Activities
in il- reporl of March 29, 1944..
In 1946. evidence in the House Committee em I n-American Activities showed that Frazier was a member of the
Board of Directors of the Committee
fnr ei Democratic leu Eastern I'nliev
which was cited by the Attorney Genera] as a Communist organization in a
letter released April 27, 1949.
I In- seiine- Frazier, eis a member of
die Civil Rights Congress, signed ei
statement defending the Communisl
partv, eis shown bv iln- Communisl Daily
Worker. April 16, 1947. The Attorney
General cited tin' Civil Rights Congress
a- subversive and Communist in letters
released December I. 1017. and September 21. I'M.'!. Tin' Congressional Com-
iiiillee. iii ils reporl of September 2.
1947, cited the group as "dedicated mil
to the' broader issue's of eivil liberties,
nul specifically to thc defense of individual Communists and the Communisl pariv" ami "controlled by individuals who are either members of the
Communisl peirlv etr openly loved to it.
Frazier was named in the Communis Daily Worker of July 18, 1949,
as one of the sponsors of a group defending the twelve Communisl leaders on
Irial. The same information appeared
on lhe hack of a letterhead of the Na-
lieeneil Nonpartisan Committee lee Defend tbe liigllts ee! the twelve' ( 5)1111111111 isl
leaders, dated September 9, 1'MO. and
in ih.- Daily Worker of October 3. 1949.
In 1917. Frazier was a member of
llu' executive board of the Southern
Conference for Human Welfare. By the
Special Committee report of March 29.
1944, the Southern Conference fnr Hu-
man Welfare was cited ee- a Communist-
front organization: and on June 12.
19 17. thi- Congressional Committee 'ileal
tin' Southern Conference for Human
Welfare as a Communist-fronl organization "which seeks lo attract Southern
liberals on lhe basis nf its seeming interest in tin- problems nf the South" although its "professed interesl in southern welfare' is simply an expedienl for
larger eiim- serving the Soviel I nion
and its subservient Communisl partv
in lhe' I nited Slates.". . .
Frazier weis a sponsor e.f Social II ork
Today, in 1910, and he was one of those'
credited, by ils publication in February,
1942, as having made it possible for
Social II ork Today to strengthen eiml
prepare itself for the supreme test.
Social Work Today was eiled as a
Communist magazine hy the special
committee in ils report of March 29.
E. Franklin Fraziei was one of those
who signed a statement condemning
the "punitive measures directed against
iln' Communisl Party," eis shown by the
Communist Daily Worker of April 10
and 20, 1947
The same I., franklin Frazier, according in the Communist official orcein.-. Hail, II inker, of October 19,
1050. and the Daily People's World, of
October 23, 1950. weis a sponsor of thc
American Sponsoring ('ommittee for Representation al Ihi' World Peace Con-
gress. In this connection, his photograph appeared in the /le//7i 1'eople s
World. Th.' congressional eommitlec
cited the World Peace Congress as a
Communist-front among lhe "peace conferences" which ''have been organized
under Communisl initiative in various
countries throughout the world as a
part of a campaign againsl tin' North
Atlantic Defense Pact."
Frazier signed ei Letter bv th.' Committee for Peaceful Alternatives, em
March 30, 1950.
The congressional committee, in ils
reporl on the Communisl peace offensive, April 1. 1951. eiled the Committee
for Peaceful Alternatives to the Atlantic
Pact as an organization which wei-
foiined lo further lhe cause ol Communists in the I nited Slales (being their
pari in the Moscow campaign.
The same E. Franklin Frazier. adopt
ed bv the I nited Slates Supreme Courl
as one '.I its leading modern authorities
on psychology, was also a sponsor of
the Spanish Refugee Appeal of the Joint
Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee, which
the' Attorney General cited, in letters released December I. 1947, eunl September 21, 1948, eis subversive and Communisl. and which the House special
committee, in its reporl on March 20.
I'M I. cited ee- ei (a.inmun i-l-fnnil organization.
To round out Iii- greal career in the
Communisl cause, the same E. Franklin
Frazier, according to the Communisl
official organ, lhe Daily II orkcr of
March 5. 1951. signed a letter lo Presidenl Truman, a-kiiur him lo recognize
the seating of lhe Communist Peoples
Republic of China in lhe I nited Nalions.
E. Franklin Frazier heis been too
prominently and frequently connected
with Communisl and subversive organizations for almost anyone in public life
in Washington not to have been pul
mi notice. Certainly, tin- highest Court
of the land was more than careless in
defending lhe Constitution by adopting
E. Franklin Frazier as em alleged authority on modern psychology i" override and overthrow the fundamental
principles of our Constitution.
MYRDAL'S AMERICAN DILEMMA
The Courl cited and eidiipte-el generally, and withoul reservation, as ils leading authority on modern psychology,
Myrdal - book In American Dilemma.
when it -eiiel ami I quote from Chief
Jusl ice' Warren's opinion: "Ami -ea' generally Mv rebel, tn American Dilemma.
Lei US lake ee look anil .-ee what the
Courl adopted eis ils leading authority
nn modern psychology as tin1 basis for
it- racial integration decision, when il
adopted Myrdal's hi American Dilemma.
In 1937 the Carnegie Foundation
brought over Dr. (".miliar Myrdal. professor in the I niversity of Stockholm.
lb' weis described by Ihe corporation as
ei social economist. He called himseli a
-exied engineer, lb' weis a Soeieilist who
had served the Communisl cause. He
admitted he heul no knowledge of iln
\i in question in Ihe 1 nited Steiles. lb'
was hired to make' an investigation of
race relations in thi- country; was given
an ample' -leifl ami funds for thai purpose, anil wa- told lo publish his findings, lln llii- project Myrdal naturally
found himseli in the company of those
recommended bv the Carnegie" Foundation, of Alger Hiss fame.
MYRDAL'S CONTEMPT FOR
U. S. CONSTITUTION
Myrdal has em utter contempt for the
principles upon which the United States
was founded and for the political sys-
iini in which the people adhere, ll is
incredible lhal lhe- Supreme Courl could
FACTS FORUM NEWS, September, 1955