THIRD PARTIES: Jobs, Bread, Peace

For their national convention last week 1,200 Communists hired a dingy hall in Chicago's "Little Poland." There the delegates who had tramped, hitchhiked or worked their way to Chicago raised their fists and sang the "Internationale," cheered the unfolding of a big banner on which was printed in Russian: "Workers of the World, Unite." Only one delegate from Kentucky was there, 14 others having "disappeared" in Pineville. The Washington, D. C., delegation was temporarily held in jail in Bedford, Pa. Thomas Mooney, an honorary member of the managing committee, was in jail...

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