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enced) ; intl. com. of Nat. Com. to Aid
Vic. G. Fascism; delg. communist Lg.
Against Imperialism, Brussels, 1927.

BRODSKY, CARL: Communist Party
functionary; Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers.

Party lawyer; I.W.O.; Friends Soviet
Russia; in London Arcos raid, found listed
as U.S. representative to receive gold from
Communist International; exec. com. Nat.
Coun. Prot. For. Born Wkrs. ; Recep. Com.
Soviet Flyers; Am. delg. W.C.A.W. (Am-
sterdam); Am. Com. for S.A.W. ; Lg.
Strugg. Negro Rts.; N.Y.C.

former U.S. Senator from Iowa; radical

Repub.; Roosevelt appointee as For. Trade
Admin.; favored recog. Soviet Russia; mem.
Farmers' Union; People's Legis. Serv.;
speaker Fell. Faiths Chgo. 1933; debated
with Cong. Hamilton Fish, 1932, taking the
Red side; spkr. Pub. O. Lg. of Am. 1933;
went to Russia with Burton K. Wheeler,
1923; listed in radicals' "Labor Who's
Who" as having made investigation coop-
erative movement in 15 countries; attended
cooperative congresses, Edinburgh and

BROPHY, JOHN A.: Communists' cand.
for pres. of United Mine Workers in 1927
against John L. Lewis; Pa. com. of Conf.
Prog. Pol. Act.; first Am. Tr. Un. Delg. to
Russia; vice pres. Pub. O. Lg. of Am.; nat.
com. C.M.E.; nat. com. A.A.A.I. Lg. 1928;
endorser "Professional Patriots" and Lane

BROUN, HEYWOOD: N.Y. World-Tele-
gram newspaper man ; resigned from Social-
ist Party recently, saying, it was reported,
that it was not radical enough for him;
Rand School; wife, Ruth Hale of Lucy
Stone Lg., went to Boston to help stage
last-minute Sacco-V. protest meeting (N.Y.
Post, Aug. 10, 1927) ; ousted as columnist
for N.Y. World because of friction over
his abuse of the authorities in the Sacco-V.
matter; at once engaged by radical "Na-
tion"; principal speaker at Level Club,
N.Y.C., "Blacklist" party of speakers
barred by D.A.R. as subversives, May 9,
1928. James Weldon Johnson, colored radi-
cal, was master of ceremonies and mock
trial for revocation of D.A.R. charter was
held, Norman Thomas being the Judge and
Arthur Garfield Hays, one of the attorneys;
nat. com. W.I.R., 1929; nat. com. W.R.
Lg. 1930-31; L.I.D. (cand. bd. dir., April
1931); Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers; Fed.
Unemp. Wkrs. Lgs. N.Y. 1933; contrib.
"New Masses," 1933 ; Nat. Scottsboro Com.
of Action, 1933; Emer. Com. Strike. Rel.
1933; II Nuovo Mondo Nat. Com.; sup-
porter Rand Sch. 1933; nat. coun. Berger
Nat. Found.; Nat. Com. to Aid Vic. G.
Fascism; pres. and org. Am. Newspaper
Guild, 1933; Conf. Prog. Pol. Act. 1933-4;
Roosevelt appointee, Theatrical Code au-
thority, 1933.

BROWDER, EARL R.: sec. Communist
Party U.S.A.; delg. Intl. Red Unions; sen-
tenced to two years Leavenworth Pen.
1917; leader and speaker Student Cong.
Ag. War at U. of Chgo., Dec. 27-29, 1932;
one of ten prin. U.S. Communist leaders;
nat. exec. bd. T.U.U.L. ; Lg. Strugg. Negro
Rts.; nat. com. F.S.U.; former sec. Pan
Pacific Tr. Un. Secretariat.

Who Is Who in Radicalism?


BROWDER, WM. C.: sec. of Communist
I.L.D.; com. of Communist Party, Dist. 8;
"New Masses" staff, 1933.

BROWN, ROBT. (BOB): org. com-
munist Steel and Metal Wkrs. Indust. Un.;

ERY: unfrocked by Episcopal Church for
heresy, 1924; Communist; author of anti-
religious atheist Communist books, par-
ticularly for children (see Young Pio-
neers) ; nat. sec. W.I.R.; speaker Fell.
Faiths, Chgo. 1933 ; in a letter sent broad-
cast 1933, he said: "In these days of
my heresy, I am trying to make more mem-
bers for the Communist Party than any of
its propagandists, and two facts are en-
couraging me to hope for success: (1) there
is the encouraging fact that I have long
been receiving letters giving me credit for
making revolutionists of their writers, and
(2) there is the encouraging fact that the
demand for my heretical literature is
greater than that for the orthodox ....";
lecturer for 4A, 1926-7 (1927 4A Report) ;
edtl. bd. "New Pioneer"; A.A.A.I. Lg. nat.
com.; N.C. to A.S.M.F.S.; nat. com. F.S.U.
1933 ; Episc. Ch. considering his application
for reinstatement to Hse. of Bishops (Chgo.
Daily News, 3-3-34).

writer; Communist sympathizer; A.C.L.U.;
L.I.D.; contrib. ed. "Masses," "Liberator,"

BRUERE, ROBT. W.: Com. on Coal
and Giant Power; lecturer at Rand
School, 1908-9; assoc. ed. Survey (1933);
brother of Henry Bruere, a Roosevelt ad-
visor; listed in Lusk Report as mem. of
I.W.W. defense com. and aid in preparing
I.W.W. pamphlet.

BRYAN, JULIAN: lecturer on Russia;
nat. com. communist F.S.U. 1933; tour
conductor to Russia for Open Road, 1933 ;
one of Hindus party 1930.

BRYANT, LOUISE: Lusk report cites
her cablegram with Lincoln Steffens, as part
of Anarchist group, to Lenin and Trotsky
1918; she married John Reed, the "first
American Communist," then W. C. Bullitt
(Roosevelt appointee as Amb. to Soviet
Russia, 1933).

BUDENZ, LOUIS F.: left wing Social-
ist; professional labor agitator; lecturer;
Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers; Non-interven-
tion Citiz. Com. 1927; nat. com. and pub-
licity dir. A.C.L.U. 1920; sec. N.J. Conf.
for Prog. Pol. Act. 1924; nat. com. A.A.A.I.
Lg. 1928; II Nuovo Mondo Nat. Com.;
Brookwood Labor College 1932; Nat.

Coun. Prot. For. Born Wkrs.; ed. "Labor
Age," organ of Conf. Prog. Lab. Act.; Conf.
Prog. Lab. Act. strike leader.

BUDISH, JACOB M.: Socialist; born in
Russia; Bryn Mawr Coll. summer school
for wkrs. in industry; Non-intervention
Citiz. Com. 1927; co-author of book with
George Soule; Workmen's Circle; cent,
com. Farmer-Lab. Party; Cloth Hat, Cap
and Millinery Workers Union; City Coll.,
N.Y.C.; expenses to Pa. and West Va. coal
fields paid by Garland Fund ($321.29)

BUDISH, JOSEPH: student, City Col-
lege of N.Y.; contrib. ed. "Student Re-
view" of N.S. Lg. 1933.

BULLITT, WM. C.: Philadelphia radi-
cal; mem. Ford Peace Party; married
Louise Bryant Reed, widow of John Reed
(outstanding Am. Communist), 1923; spe-
cial mission to Russia 1919: chief advisor
of U. S. State dept. under Pres. Roosevelt,
1933 ; said to have resigned from State dept.
under Pres. Wilson's administration because
of refusal to recognize Russia; see under
Anarchist-Communism; first U.S. Amb. to
Bolshevik Russia, 1933 (see "Roosevelt Ap-
pointees") ; Jewish press exults over his
mother being Jewish.

BURCK, JACOB: Communist; artist;
staff cartoonist Daily Wkr.; "New Masses"
staff, 1933.

BURD, PHIL: Communist Party func-

Prof.; signer petition Russ. recog.; 1933
contrib. to Commonwealth Coll.; sister
Roberta, pro-Soviet lecturer; was mem.
Hindus Party in Russia; lecturer; Roose-
velt AAA advisor; author of "Function of
Socialisation in Social Evolution"; spkr.
A.S.C.R.R. Chgo. 1933 ; F.S.U. spkr. Chgo.
Feb. 18, 1934.

BURKE, FIELDING: Communist Lg.
P. G. for F. & F. 1932.

poet and author; "New Masses" staff, 1933.
BURT, ROY E.: Socialist; M. E. minis-
ter; cand. Governor 111., Socialist ticket,
1932 ; Young People's Dept., Board Educa-
tion, Methodist Church; sponsor Griffin
Bill; Chgo. Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; Chr.
Soc. Act. M.; active in Danville, Gastonia,
Marion, N.C., strikes, "free speech" fights,
etc.; arrested for picketing Tribune plant,
Chgo., 1932 ; mem. 111. exec. com. of Social-
ist Party, 1933; nat. com. W.R. Lg.

BURTON, WM.: A.S.C.R.R. Chgo. exec,
BYRON, CURTISS A. L.: nat. sec. Ch.


The Red Network

Socialist Lg.; contrib. radical Am. Labor
Year Bock.

CABOT, RICHARD C.: nat. com. A.C.

CACHIN, MARCEL: sec. French Com-
munist Party; intl. com. W.C.A.W.

CABMAN, S. PARKES: nat. com. Nat.
R. & L. Found., 1933 ; radio spkr. and for-
mer pres. Fed. Coun. Chs.; Non-interven-
tion Citiz. Com. 1927.

CAHAN, ABRAHAM: ed. Jewish Daily
Forward; Socialist; Russian Jew; partici-
pated in Russian revolutionary movement;
nat. com. Lg. against Fascism; nat. coun.
Berger Nat. Found.; calls Pres. Roosevelt a
socialist (by his actions).

writer; Communist Lg. P. G. for F. & F.
1932; "New Masses" staff, 1933.

com. A.A.A.I. Lg. 1928; instr. communist
Wkrs. Sch. 1928; Am. Fed. of Teachers;
was instr. Brookwood Labor Coll. and Rand
School; lecturer Worn. Tr. Un. Lg.; ex-
posed in Lusk Report; Nat. Coun. Prot.
For. Born Wkrs.

CALHOUN, ROBT. L.: nat. com. Nat.
R. & L. Found.

CALLAHAN, PATRICK H.: exec. com.
Nat. R. & L. Found. 1933 ; Cath. Assn. for
Intl. Peace ; developed Ryan-Callahan labor
plan; Catholic Indust. Conf.; Catholic
Press Assn., Louisville, Ky.; vice chmn.
Fell. Faiths com. 300, speaker at its Parlia-
ment, Chgo. 1933; World Peaceways.

CALVERTON, V. F.: ed. Modern
Monthly; Communist; book com. A.S.C.
R.R. ; writer and lecturer on sex and Marx-
ism; endorsed by Harry Elmer Barnes for
lectures in Labor Temple lecture series on
sex topics, 1929; financial contrib. to com-
munistic Commonwealth Coll.; Recon. Trip
sex lecturer; author of "For Revolution"
(John Day Co. Pamphlet No. IS); co-
author of "Recovery Through Revolution'*
(see) ; mem. Am. Com. for Help to the Im-
prisoned and Deported Bolsheviks; contrib.
Trotskyite "Militant," 12/31/32.

writer for Intl. Pamphlets.

D.C., counsel nat. A.C.L.U.

CAMPBELL, E. FAY: nat. com. Nat.
R. & L. Found.

CANNON, JAMES P.: nat. sec. Com-
munist League of America; exec. com.
Communist Intl. 1922 ; Nat. Mooney Coun.
ol Action, 1933; former sec. I.L.D.

CANNON, JOS. D.: nat. com. A.C.L.U.
1922; infamous People's Coun.; exec. Social-
ist Party; steel and mine strike leader;
arrested in Philadelphia at a street meet-
ing; Congressional Exposure Radicals;

CANTER, HARRY: Boston Communist
Party functionary; frequent Communist
cand.; convicted 1929 criminal libel charg-
ing Gov. Fuller guilty of murder Sacco
and Vanz. ; served 1 yr. hard labor Deer
Island Pen; Feb. 1934, org. Taxi Wkrs.
Un, N.Y.C.

Lg. P. G. for F. & F. 1932.

CARLSON, ANTON J.: Prof. U. of
Chgo.; A.C.L.U. Chgo. Com.; Non Partz.
Com. Lillian Herstein; leader Am. Lg. Ag.
War and Fascism rally 3-1-34.

CARLSON, A. OLIVER: former Prof.
U. of Chgo.; a founder and nat. sec. Young
Communist Lg. ; delg. to Communist 3rd.
Intl.; teacher Commonwealth College, 1933;
alias Connelly, Edwards.

CARMON, STELLA: sec. Office Wkrs.
Un. (Communist).

CARMON, WALTER: Communist;
Intl. Union Revol. Writers; Revol. Writers
Fed.; editor of annual "Red Cartoons,"
1928; perm, contrib. Intl. Lit.; mg. ed.
"New Masses," 1931; assoc. ed. "Anvil,"
communist poetry magazine; John Reed

CASE, ADELAIDE T.: vice chmn. Fell.
Recon.; Tchrs. Coll. Columbia U.; on com.
for Recon. Trips; Com. for Thomas 1929;
W.R. Lg.

CASE, HAROLD C.: minister M.E. ch.,
Glencoe, 111.; Chr. Soc. Act. M.; invited
Communist to address group of his church
members; Communist-Socialist sympathizer.

CAVERT, INEZ: C.M.E. exec. bd.

and former teacher Union Theol. Sem.;
gen. sec. Fed. Coun. Chs.; ed. Fed. Coun.
(official) Bulletin; C.M.E. ; cooperates with
A.C.L.U.; endorser Lane Pamphlet; Non-
intervention Citiz. Com. 1927; mem. "con-
ference convened by Federal Council of
Churches" which wrote Fed. Coun. Sex
Pamphlet (see) ; wife, Twila Lytton Cavert,
on Recon. Trips com. for Sarah Lawrence

Harvard U.; Fell. Recon. Pet. Russ. Recog.;
Nat. Pop. Govt. Lg. (charges against Dept.

of Labor Institute (N.Y. Presbytery), a
very radical institution; Emer. Com. Strik.
Rel. 1927-33; Com. for Total Disarmament

Who Is Who in Radicalism?


Now; Fell. Recon. Trips; Sacco-V. Nat.
Lg.; exec. com. W.R. Lg.; listed in Am.
Lab. Yr. Bk. as debater at communist New
Workers' School, N.Y.C., 1931-32; Nat. R.
& L. Found. 1933; vice chmn. Fell. Recon.
1932; edtl. contrib. A. Lincoln Center

CHALMERS, ALLAN K.: minister of
Broadway Tabernacle, N.Y. City; Nat. R.
& L. Found, exec, com.; nat. com. W.R.
Lg.; preached sermon on Scottsboro Case
(N.Y. Times, May 1, 1933).

of Wis.; sec. Wis. U. A.C.L.U. Com.; for-
mer instr. EC., U. of Pitts.; was sec. Pitts.
A.C.L.U. Com. 1929; arrested Kenosha,
Wis. at Communist meeting, Oct. 1930,
with Frank Palmer, Lydia Beidel, and Nat
Ross; fined $10.00 (Milw. Journal, Nov. 1,
1930, and Kenosha News, Dec. 5, 1930).

CHAMBERLAIN, JOS. P.: Prof. Colum-
bia U.; Lg. for Org. Progress; vice pres.
Survey Associates.

corres. for Christian Science Monitor; with
Walter Duranty and Louis Fischer honored
by Soviet Govt. in recog. of his services
as corres. there (Chgo. Trib. 10/1/32);
"Communist-Recommended Author"; re-
turned in Dec. 1932, after 10 yrs. in Rus-
sia ; author of "Soviet Russia," "The Soviet
Planned Economic Order," etc.

munist; writer for Intl. Pamphlets; "Labor
Defender"; Intl. Union Revol. Writers;
perm, contrib. Intl. Lit.; "New Masses";
N.Y. Suit Case Theatre; Revol. Writers

poet; bd. dir. Chas. H. Kerr Publ. Co.
1908-13; Leavenworth Pen. 1918-23 (for
sedition) ; author "Bars and Shadows," pub.
by Mrs. Scott Nearing; dir. I.W.W. Gen.
Def. Com. 1923-4; speaker at Communist
Mooney meeting May 1, 1933, Chgo.;
sponsor Berger Nat. Found, dinner 1931.

nist Lg. P. G. for F. & F. 1932; Prisoners'
Relief Fund of communist I.L.D.; co-ed,
with Harry F. Ward of Bulletin of Meth.
Fed. for Soc. Serv.; Am. com. W.C.A.W.;
petitioner for Communist Hunger March-
ers, Wash. 1932 ; com. Recon. Trips of Fell.
Recon.; mem. coun. Jt. Com. on Unem-
ployment (representing Social Service Com-
mission of Meth. Ch., of which she is sec.) ;
L.I.D.; Com. on Church and Social Service
of Fed. Coun. Chs.; Am. Com. for S.A.W.;
Ch. Emer. Com. for Strik. Rel.; spkr. with
Communists Earl Browder, James W. Ford,
at Labor Temple Auditorium, 14th & 2nd

Ave., N.Y.C., Sept. 18, 1933, to "protest
against the Japanese conquest 'of N. China,
and its threat against the Soviet Union"
(Daily Worker, Sept. 16, 1933).

CHASE, STUART: treas. L.I.D.; advis.
coun. A.S.C.R.R.; Garland Fund account-
ant; auditor Labor Defense Council; for-
mer associate of Berkman anarchist gang;
was treas. Russian Reconst. Farms; on staff
Rand School; Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers;
Emer. Com. Strik. Rel. 1927-33; speaker
for communistic Labor Institute Forum;
Sacco-V. Nat. Lg.; coun. People's Lobby;
exec. com. Nat. Coun. Prot. For. Born
Wkrs. (Communist) ; author with Com-
munist Robt. W. Dunn, Rexford Guy Tug-
well, Carleton Washburne, etc., of the com-
munistic propaganda book "Soviet Russia
in the Second Decade" of First Am. Tr. Un.
Delg. to Russia; articles in "New Repub-
lic," "Labor Age," "The Nation/' and
"World Tomorrow"; Com. on Coal and
Giant P.; "Communist-Recommended Au-
thor"; vice pres. Berger Nat. Found.; Conf.
Prog. Pol. Act. 1934.

CHEYNEY, RALPH: wife Lucia Trent;
both poetry eds. A. Lincoln Center
"Unity"; John Reed Club; co-editor with
Communist Jack Conroy of Moberly, Mo.,
of "Rebel" poetry, "Unrest"; Nat. Com. to
Aid Vic. G. Fascism 1933 ; nat. advis. com.
Sacco-V. Nat. Lg.; sec. artists' and writers'
com. for Tom Mooney, 1933; contrib. to
"New Humanist," magazine of Humanism.

Yat Sen, also "Hands Off" Committees.

CHRISTMAN, ELIZ.: sec.-treas. Nat.
Worn. Tr. Un. Lg.; attended Brookwood
Labor Coll. 1924; Lg. Women -Voters;
home Chgo. ; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933 ; Roosevelt appointee to code author-
ity, leather and glove industry, 1934.

School; Socialist lecturer; sec. Socialist
Party 1927; Non-intervention Citiz. Com.
1927; elected Socialist mem. N.Y. Legisla-
ture, but expelled for sedition; some of his
statements which resulted in his expulsion
follow: "As international Socialists, we are
revolutionary, and let it be clearly under-
stood that we are out to overthrow the
entire capitalist system"; "Now, thank
goodness, Socialists are not only working
along political lines. If we thought for a
minute it was merely a dream on our part,
a great political controversy until we had
a majority of men elected, and then by
merely that majority, declare the resolution,
if any of you smoke that pipe-dream, if
that is the quality of opium you are puffing
now, give it up, give it up." (from speech


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made at celebration of second anniversary
of establishment of Communism in Rus-
sia) ; "There is little difference between the
Socialist Party and the Communists. We
want to get to the same place, but we are
travelling different routes." (from address
at Bronxville Labor Lyceum as reported in
N.Y. Call) ; and he declared that "the great
mass of the American people were brutal,
bestial and inferior to the Russian comrades
of the Socialists." (from speech at Park
View Palace, N.Y.C., November 1919);
mem. edtl. staff of Socialist Party "New
Leader" and making lecture tour of 24
states (1934) in its behalf.

CLARK, EVANS: exec. com. L.I.D.;
Rand School; newspaper man, N.Y. Times;
wife Freda Kirch wey (see).

CLINE, PAUL: Communist Party org.;
police record; former school teacher, Chgo.;
now Communist Party section organizer,
Wash., B.C.

CLOSE, UPTON: real name Josef Wash-
ington Hall; Soviet sympathizer; advocate
Russian recog. ; dismissed from U. of Wash,
for radicalism; associate of Sun Yat Sen,
who introduced Communism into China
(see Mme. Sun Yat Sen) ; speaker on
Oriental subjects; conducts tours to Russia
and China; speaker at Student Cong. Ag.
War at U. of Chgo., 1932; advisor to
Chinese students during student revolution,

COCHRAN, WM. F.: Socialist; formerly
exec. com. A.C.L.U. ; exec. bd. N.C. for
P.W.; exec. com. Church Socialist Lg.; Nat.
R. & L. Found., 1933; Nat. Citiz. Com.
Rel. Lat. Am. 1927; Md.

CODMAN, JOHN S.: nat. com. A.C.
L.U., 1932; chmn. Mass. A.C.L.U. Com.

First Cong. Ch., Oak Park, 111.; chmn. West
Side Fell, of Faiths; sponsors radical
Forums in his church, featuring Communist
and Socialist speakers.

COE, GEORGE A.: chmn. exec. bd. C.
M.E. 1930; nat. com. Meth. Fed. for Soc.
Serv.; Com. for Thomas, 1928; Am. Fed.
of Teachers; assoc. ed. "World Tomorrow,"
1932; Prof. Relig. Edu. at Teachers' Coll.,
Columbia U.; co-author of pamphlet with
John Dewey, Paul Porter, Sherwood Eddy,
and J. Stitt Wilson; Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933; endors. Lane Pamphlet; Conf. Prog.
Pol. Act. 1934.

pres. Union Theological Seminary (see),
often referred to as the "Red Seminary";
Fed. Coun. Chs.; vice chmn. M.W.D. Def.
Com.; Non-intervention Citiz. Com. 1927;

petitioned for Sacco and V. Aug. 22, 1927 5
Com. for Thomas, 1929; signer Fell. Recon.
Pet. Russ. Recog. 1932; endors. Lane
Pamphlet ; sent greetings to communist Stu-
dent Cong. Against War.

COHEN, ELLIOT E.: Communist;
writer for Intl. Pamphlets; finance chmn.
I.L.D. 1932; bd. Pris. Rel. Fund, I.L.D.;
contrib. ed. communist "Steel Review."

COHEN, JOS. E.: Socialist; assoc. ed.
New Leader (Soc.); Am. delg. W.C.A.W.
(Amsterdam); Am. Com. for S.A.W. ;

COHEN, LESTER: Communist Lg. P.
G. for F. & F. 1932 ; poet, journalist ; Nat.
Com. for Def. Pol. Pris. 1932.

COHN, FANNIA MARIA: born in Rus-
sia; vice pres. Pioneer Youth of Am. 1931;
vice pres. Intl. Ladies Garm. Wkrs. Un.
and longtime leader of its strikes (its 1926
strike led by Communists rec'd $100,000
from Garland Fund) ; nat. com. Lg. Against
Fascism: Non-intervention Citiz. Com.
1927; Fed. Unemp. Wkrs. Lgs. of N.Y.C.

COIT, ELIZ. C.: sec. N.Y. City A.C.L.U.

COLE, G. H. D.: see "English Reds";
British Society for Cultural Relations with
Russia (British branch A.S.C.R.R.) ; Fabian


vice pres. L.I.D. for N.Y., nat. bd. dir.;
Socialist; author of pamphlet against Lusk
com.; corres. "Illinois Miner"; contrib. ed.
"Disarm" (L.I.D.) ; New Leader; Emer.
Com. Strik. Rel.; Com. on Coal and Giant

H.: Pa. Com. for Total Disarm.

COLMAN, LOUIS V.: Communist Lg.
P. G. for F. & F. 1932; publ. chmn. I.L.D.
1932; Lg. Strugg. Negro Rts.

COLVIN, SARAH T.: nat. coun. L.I.D.
for Minnesota.

Economics U. of Wis. ; Nat. Mooney-Bill-
ings Com.; pres. Nat. Cons. Lg. since 1923;
author of radical books on social and labor
subjects; vice pres. Am. Assn. for O.A.S.,
1931; nat. com. Nat. World Ct. Com. 1931;
signer Fell. Recon. Pet. Russ. Recog. 1932 ;
finan. contrib. Commonwealth Coll. May,

COMPERE, RALPH: minister Peoples
Church of West Allis, Wis.; mem. Socialist
Party city central com. of Milw.; delg. to
communist F.S.U. Convention, Jan. 26,
1934; had Listen Oak, Communist ed.
F.S.U. mag. speak in his church (Daily
Wkr. Jan. 6, 1934).

Who Is Who in Radicalism?


COMSTOCK, ADA L.: Nat. Citiz. Com.
Rel. Lat. Am. 1927; Open Road, 1933;
signer pet. for Russ. Recog. (VVomen's
committee); pres. Radcliffe Coll.; Mass.

Holyoke Coll.; signer letter May, 1933 to
Pres. Roosevelt for Soviet recog.; a "Com-
munist-Recommended Author"; First Am.
Tr. Un. Delg. Russia.

Strik. Rel. 1933; Nat. Coun. on Freedom
from Censorship of A.C.L.U.; lect. Rand
Sch. 1931-2.

CONNER, ROSS: exec. com. Chr. Soc.
Act. M.; Whitewater, Wis.

Grinnell Coll., Iowa; nat. coun. L.I.D. for
Iowa; Com. for Thomas, 1928.

CONROY, JACK: Communist writer;
middle west staff corr. "New Masses," 1933.

COOK, CARA: faculty mem. Brookwood
Lab. Coll. 1932.

exec. com. Socialist Party; nat. com. Lg.
Against Fascism.

COOPER, COL. HUGH L.: N.Y. engi-
neer who has received huge fees from Soviet
Govt. for supervising building of Dnieper-
stroy dam and power project; urged U.S.
S.R. recog.; pro-Soviet; a "Communist-
Recommended Author"; pres. American
Russian Chamber of Commerce.

COPE, MRS. WALTER: See Francis
Fisher Kane.

A.S.M.F.S.; exec. com. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933; Nat. Com. Def. Pol. Pris.; Ch. Emer.
Com. Rel. Tex. Strik., 1930; nat. com. for
Student Cong. Ag. War, 1932; Nat. In-
dustrial Sec. of Y.W.C.A. (see).

COREY, LEWIS: Communist Lg. P. G.
for F. & F. 1932; says in "New Masses,"
May, 1933: "Struggle against Fascism must
proceed on all fronts led by the revolu-
tionary, the communist workers ... to

COSTIGAN, SEN. EDW. P.: radical
U.S. Senator from Colorado; vice pres. Pub.
O. Lg.; Colo. Com. Lg. Nations.

COSTIGAN, MRS. EDW. P.: wife of
Sen. from Colo.; hon. vice pres. Nat. Citiz.
Com. on Rel. Lat. Am. 1927; Nat. Save
Our Schs. Com.; endors. "Professional
Patriots"; Lg. Women Voters; People's
Legis. Serv.; vice pres. Nat. Cons. Lg.,

COUNTS, GEO. S.: lecturer for F.S.U.;
endorsers com. World Peaceways; Teachers'
Coll. Columbia U.; mem. "joint technical
staff of the First Am. Trade Un. Delg. to

Russia" (not recog. by A. F. of L. because
of its communistic character) with Com-
munist Robt. W. Dunn, Carleton Wash-
burne, Arthur Fisher, Paul Douglas, etc.;
author of section on "Education in Soviet
Russia" in book "Soviet Russia in the Sec-
ond Decade," written by said joint technical
staff; translator from Russian and writer
of eulogistic preface of Ilin's communist
"New Russia's Primer"; Student Cong. Ag.
War; advis. com. Highland Park Folk
School (Socialist), Monteagle, Tenn.; sent
greetings commemorating the Soviet 15th
anniv. of the Oct. Revolution in "Soviet
Russia Today" (Jan. 1933) ; was ed. of
"The New Education in Soviet Republic"
by Communist Albert P. Pinkovitch; Nat.
R. & L. Found. 1933 ; Prog. Edu. Assn. and
chmn. of its com. issuing revolutionary
manifesto ; Nat. Save Our Schools Com.

COWELL, HENRY: Communist Lg, P.
G. for F. & F. 1932 ; New School for Social

COWLEY, MALCOLM: Communist Lg.
P. G. for F. & F. 1932; Pris. Rel. Fund
(I.L.D.); supporter N.S. Lg.; Scottsboro
Unity Def. Com.; sec. Am. com. W.C.A.W.;
ed. "New Republic"; Nat. Com. Def. Pol.
Pris. 1932; chmn. Am. Com. for S.A.W.;
Emer. Com. So. Pol. Pris.; Intl. Com. for
Pol. Pris. 1933; John Reed Club; sponsor
Chgo. Wkrs. Theatre, 1933; Nat. Com. to

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