National Affairs: Complaints

While a Red trial takes place in Michigan, the names of 21 radicals have been placed before the Department of Justice for action. Five organizations presented a complaint to the Department, listing twelve radicals, including William Z. Foster and Rose Pastor Stokes, who are accused of criminal activities. In addition, they asked that Frank P. Walsh, Paxton Hibben, Max Eastman and six others be investigated.

Most of the complaints are made under the Logan Act, which prohibits criminal correspondence with foreign governments. The complainants are the Women's Constitutional League of Maryland, the Massachusetts...

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