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The Soviet Union's leaders quickly saw how important an American Communist Party would be to their ultimate goal of world revolution and world government, and dispatched C.A.
The American Communist Party during the Second World War, the revisionist case was given a powerful political push with examination of Earl Browder's insistence that Communism was 20th-century Americanism.
The American Communist Party did not choose its own leaders.
The first generation, that of the mass wave of early twentieth century Eastern European immigrants, is examined through the memoirs of Alexander Bittelman, a prominent theorist and founder of the American Communist Party (CPUSA).
Synopsis: At the height of the Red Scare, Angela Calomiris was a paid FBI informant inside the American Communist Party. As a Greenwich Village photographer, Calomiris spied on the New York Photo League, pioneers in documentary photography.
Meeropol quit the American Communist Party in 1945 but still managed to involve himself in another event of national importance: He and his wife, Anne, adopted and raised the children of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, a husband and wife executed for espionage and sharing nuclear secrets with the Soviet Union.
Bearing the same above date, is an "Open letter to Earl Browder, Secretary of the American Communist Party," justifying Padmore's break with the Party.
Yet speech codes, the lauding of Communist dictatorships, the fast and loose use of the term "fascist," the judgment of a writer's worth based on whether his or her politics were "correct," all have roots in the cultural politics pioneered by the American Communist Party of the 1930s and 1940s.
These artists were barred from work on the basis of their alleged membership in or sympathy toward the American Communist Party, involvement in liberal or humanitarian political causes that enforcers of the blacklist associated with communism, and/or refusal to assist federal investigations into Communist Party activities.
Zumoff presents a political history of the first decade of the American Communist Party, particularly examining how the early Communists, inspired by the first successful workers' revolution in history, sought to forge a party in the US capable of making a revolution in that country.
With the help of Lou's girlfriend, Maggie Thorton, Jack uncovers his brother's connections not only with the American Communist Party, but with the FBI and the work force as well.
The Jewish Communists formed an important if not majority component of the American Communist Party, particularly in large cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago.

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