Foreign News: Dissolution of a Spectre

Last week, to the intense interest of every government in the world, Pravda, the newspaper of the Russian Communist Party, announced the dissolution of the Communist Third International (Comintern). Meeting in Moscow on the 15th day of May, four days before the arrival of Joseph E. Davies (see above), the Executive Committee of the Third International had proposed its own dissolution. The proposal had the force of a decision freeing Communist parties throughout the world from direction by Moscow. The Executive Committee urged the workers of Fascist or Fascist-occupied countries to be saboteurs and the workers of the United Nations to...

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