RADICALS: House Goes Hunting


House Goes Hunting

Not since 1920 when Alexander Mitchell Palmer was attorney general of the U. S. has the Federal Government hunted Reds. Because overt radical agitation and the economic condition of the nation follow the same cycle. Communist leaders in the last fat prosperous decade have starved politically out of public sight. The last lean year has brought them suddenly to the surface, to gorge themselves on hard times, to feast on unemployment, to stage Red demonstrations throughout the land. Alarmed by the...

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