RADICALS: The New Party Line

Oh, Franklin Roosevelt told the people how he felt, We almost believed him when he said: "Oh, I hate war, And so does Eleanor, But we won't be safe till everybody's dead." That was a popular Communist song, until last week. Then, at a secret meeting in Manhattan, the national committee of the party announced the new party line: dropping the anti-war campaign, favoring aid to Britain, lend-lease help to Russia, higher wages, the right to strike, organization of the unorganized—in short, a return to the Popular Front that the Communists junked...

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