COMMUNISTS: Portrait of a Party Man

Henceforth, Communists who work for the U.S. Government and conceal or deny their membership in the Communist Party are inviting a jail term, a stiff fine or both. The charge is fraud against the Government.

The test case was that of Carl Aldo Marzani, 35. Marzani came to the U.S. from Italy in 1924. His father started a tailor shop in Scranton, and son Aldo, a bright, studious lad, quickly learned the language and rose to the top of his class at Scranton Central High School. Then he won a scholarship to Williams College.

He seemed to be on his way...

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