"Have you ever traveled under a false passport?"
When the U. S. Communist Party's general secretary and No. 1 front man, crook-mouthed Earl Browder, so testified to the Dies Committee last September, he put himself in danger of a second Federal imprisonment. (In 1917 he was jailed as a conscientious objector to World War I.) Last week the possibility of a second term for Earl Browder, and imprisonment for many another big-name Communist, was brought measurably nearer by the U. S. Department of Justice.
First hint that something unpleasant was a-brewing...