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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 3, March 1956 - File 005. 1956-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 12, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/979/show/914.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 3, March 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date March 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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Title File 005
Transcript idp "Control by Blackmail" "How to Judge a Fellow Traveler' arty States of America A Handbook for Americans Miisr (iw--Inspired and DOMINATED Afi Vear 7 Oniony running over a period of more than one U-tiv-0111 numerous qualified witnesses, the Subversive (.01,, S C°ntrol Board found, on April 20, 1953, that the i|ii-oct","i"'st Part5 "' (l"' l"il<''1 States is "-s",)stantially This g'dona>nated, and controlled by the Soviet Union." V('rsiv"' ' Was Dased "Pon the evidence before the Subfile reG Activ'ties Control Board. It was undcrgirdod by ties on°T(,0f "le House Committee on Un-American Activi- ^"fnt" i" C"""ll'mist Party of the United States as an °f a Foreign Power, published in 1947. The counts s"Ppi l^nng this finding follow. t'0nv }? Communist Party, USA, traces its origin to two ^ent V i . '°ns> held simultaneously in Chicago from Septem- the c()° '■ 1919, of the Communist Party of America and "' mist Labor Party, Both conventions were held hi res tlt<-,, pi"":"' to an invitation issued by Gregory Zinoviev, . """'lent of the executive committee of the Commu- [OSCOW, and first PubJi^^tiona] with headquarters in M a >, 's|l('d in tl,;.. . . . , , - ,,.,„ • Vi,„ 'i'lssi'i '" ""S countr) on My 7- 1919. in *e Nocy Mir. newspaper published in New York City. Zinr> at that time, a member of the executive body of "l'"1 °f t,"SS'»'" CentraI Executive Committee and Chair- ^ ^ he Petrograd Soviet. In obedience to instructions d into conven- irtv of America *he AIKr 'rorn 2, % m^"V\vy' t,u' two l,a,flVs '"' nad calla '"\|,lv ;''(l 'nto the United Communist Pai 2 /' b2l- h'rnniiii""" ''"' "twenty-one points" of admission to the 'Vtll(. ^"sl International, adopted in 1920 and accepted I..,,, mencan party, was No. 14 to the effect that- ''"""i.ii'? c'.esirous ol affiliating with the C mist Ihter- '" ""• So "'"''' '"' "l>ni;i''1 '" fender every possible assistance ''A"'"t!nn " ' ?epuo'ies "' their struggle against all counter- ' '>r,,'is,.'">i"''' 'be Communist parlies should carry on ^H ' '"«i definite propaganda to induce ihe workers to '■*<-, ts P. Olii \i N 1 WS, March, 1956 refuse to transport any kind of military equipment intended lor fighting against the Soviet Republics, and should also by legal and illegal means carry on a propaganda amongst the troops sent against the workers republics. " ° ° Since that time, paramount allegiance to the Soviet Union lias been a fundamental tenet of the Communist Part) . USA, as shown by the books recommended for party Study, such as: Problems of Leninism and Foundations of Leninism, both by Joseph Stalin; History of the Communist Party of Ihe Soviet Union; Lenin's Works, and by party oaths of loyalty such as the following of 1935 for new members: I pledge myself to rally the masses to defend the Soviet Union, the land ot victorious socialism. I pledge myself to remain at all times a vigilant and firm defender of the Leninist line of the party, the only line that insures the triumph of Sn\ iet Power in the United States." ( The Communist Party — n Manual en Organization, by J. Peters) At the Seventh World Congress of the Communist International held in the summer of 1935, attended bv Earl Browder. William Z. Foster, Gil Green. John Williamson, Jack Stachel, William Sclmeiderinan. James W. Ford, Robert Minor, Samuel Darcy and Martha Stone, all topflight American Communist leaders at the time, an oath was taken by the assembled delegates assuring "Comrade Stalin, leader, teacher, and friend of the proletariat and oppressed of the whole world" that "the Communists will always and everywhere be faithful to the end and to the great and invincible banner of Marx, Engels, Lenin, and Stalin" and that "under this banner, communism will triumph throughout tin- world." The Daily Worker and Political Affairs (formerly The Communist), both official publications of the Communist Party. ISA. have, since their inception, consistently defended the Soviet Union without a single exception to date. Page 3
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