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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
Genre
  • 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 26. 28. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 37. 39. 41. 42. II 46. 47. 48. Have you a car? _ 27. Can you operate a mimeograph machine? — Are you going to school at present? 29. If so, what schools or school? __ _ _. What are you studying? If going to school at night, what nights? How many nights a week do yon m-vd for study? What formal education have you had in the past? (High school, college, special courses.) Is your apartment suitable anil available lor occasional parties? —-. Available for parties? 36. Available for meet ings, classes? Are you a veteran? 38, Service (branch of) 40. Decorations, etc. Do you belong to a vet organization? Name of organization 43. Where and when does it meet? Are you active? 45. Attend meetings regularly? Occasionally? Have you any special function iii the organization? Are you interested in vet housing work? How long in the service? 19. How long Overseas? When did you join the Party? 51, If a former member of the Y. C. I-., when? Where? State activities in Y. C. L. Present work in the Party (rank-and-file activity, special functions or offices) Past work in the Party: l« rtn itj in Function Where When 55. 59. 60. 'il. 82, 83. Arc you willing and able to work as an open Communist in the neighborhood? If not, why not? Are you known as a Communist anywhere outside of the Party? (In your union, on the job. among your Friends, etc. ) Do you read the Daily Worker regularly? Sometimes? Do you read The Worker regularly? Sometimes? Have you a subscription to either or both? If not, where do you buy tin- paper? (what newsstand) If you don't subscribe, why not? Do you read Political Affairs regularly? times? Have you a sub to P. A.?.. Siiine- 65. What other ('"i mist periodicals do you read regularly? Sometimes? Do you read current C. P. pamphlets? Few or "lauy? What other papers and periodicals do you read? What Marxist courses have you had? I «ngth "i Course Where | leff. School dub ot county, etc.) ''at Marxist courses are you taking now? (Give full details) 70. What basic Marxist literature have you read? (Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin) State whether you've read all or part of the given work _ 71. Do you want to attend a club or section class or study circle? _ ____ _ __ __ 72. What kind of course are you interested in?.—— 73. What nights have you free on which to attend a class? 74. Interested in daytime or weekend class? __ 75. What kitid of branch or section work are you interested in doing?._ ( Press, canvassing, education, literature, research, leaflets, etc. ) 7fi. Do you think you can function better working as an open Communist in the neighborhood or working in a mass organization? _.._ _ 77. If a new member, who recruited you? (First name only, and club)- __ _ _ _ „ 78. Can you make a regular donation to the sustaining fund? (25c a month and up)— 79. Amount:" Organization Active member? Allen,1 meetings? Function frank and file specific function) When you joined Expect to join Known ilS Comma* nist A. I.. I1. ( American 1 ..il>m I'artv) Civil Rights (longfess Consumer and Tenant Veterans Housing Conference Good Neighbor Council American 1 outh for I democracy ( A. V. 1).) NCPAC (National Citizens Political YC "AC (Young ('iii/cns Political 80. If you have been a member of any of these organizations lor more than three months, state past activity and function - — 81. If you have belonged to any of these or other organizations in the past, state when, where, activities and positions. Also why you dropped out 82. How often do the organizations you belong to meet and usually what nights? (List individually) 83. Altogether, about how many nights a week or month do you spend on meetings and activities in each of these organizations? __ Does Beginning with its constitution adopted May 27-31, 1938, and thereafter, the CPUSA no longer publishes a table of mbership dues. The 1915 constitution simply says "Initiation Ices and dues shall be paid according to rates fixed by the National Convention," while giving no figures. This is done in the interest of secrecy for fear that a publicly announced table may give a clue from which an accurate estimate of party membership may be calculated. The Tarty Voice, volume 1, No. 5, August, 1953, published by (lie New York State Communist Party, shows that on July 1, 1953, the National Committee of the Communist Party, USA, instituted the following monthly dues schedule: Unemployed and youth $ 0.15 I [ousewives Members earning up to S 10 weekly \I bers earning $41-$60 weekly- Members earning SGl-$80 weekly.... Members earning $81-8100 weekly Members earning over $100 weekly— WN K obum News, March, 1956 .50 .50 1.25 2.50 _ -... 3.00 10.00 (To Be Continued)- Page 49 ,1
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