COMMUNISTS: Full Cooperation

Old Communist Earl Browder has been in & out of enough courtrooms in his time to make him a pretty fair curbstone lawyer in his own right. When he went on trial in Washington a fortnight ago for contempt of Congress, he disdainfully brushed aside the aid of a court-appointed lawyer, argued his own defense and promptly put his finger on the soft point in the government's case.

It was true, said Counselor Browder, that he had refused to answer 16 questions put to him by the Tydings sub-committee investigating Communist activity in the State Department. But they had not...

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