Canada: State of the Party

Two members of the anti-Communist Bloc Populaire last week asked the Dominion Parliament to outlaw the Labor Progressive Party "because it is in fact a Communist Party under another name." The motion probably will not get far. The Government knew that banning the Labor Progressive Party would not stop the Communists. The Communists are always a name ahead of the Government.

In London last week, Canada's Red boss, Tim Buck, told a convention of Empire Communists that the party (which had been banned in 1940) was going right on operating under its new Labor Progressive name. It now claimed 24,000 members and,...

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