POLITICAL NOTES: Party Line

The national committee of the Communist Party in the U.S. last week made public its party line for the 1956 election year: its main effort will be to change the course of the Democratic Party in an all-out attempt to defeat the "Cadillac Cabinet of Eisenhower and Nixon."

Asserting that this important goal can be achieved only around the giant core of "labor, the farmers and the Negro people," the Communist national committee praised the presidential campaign of Tennessee's Senator Estes Kefauver as "beneficial in all directions." But it harshly criticized the "Johnson-Rayburn line of 'party unity' with the Dixiecrats,"...

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