COMMUNISTS: How Stands the Party?

COMMUNISTS How Stands the Party?

In 1948, when Whittaker Chambers began to tell in public his story about Alger Hiss, he called his testimony "an act of war." Since its foundation in 1919, the American Communist Party has, in fact, been at war with America, but during most of its existence, the party was allowed to grow and do its work of conspiracy and infiltration with relative impunity; between 1933 and the end of World War II, it was, in fact, often coddled and encouraged. The Hiss case was a turning point. Since 1948,...

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