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lette as cand. for Pres.) ; was ardently
supported in this 1924 campaign by Wm. F.
Dunne, who later became ed. of the com-
munist Daily Worker; visited Russia 1930;
pro-Soviet; urged Atty. Gen. O'Brien of
Mich, to dismiss Bridgman cases, Feb.
1933; Nat. Citiz. Com. Rel. Lat. Am. 1927;
endors. "Professional Patriots."

WHIDDEN, J. L.: Communist Party
functionary; Dist. No. 10 org. Communist
Party, Kans. City, Mo. 1932; arrested Dec.
1933, Okla. City, and held for federal
authorities' investigation.

was Bapt. missionary, and minister; chmn.
communist F.S.U., Cal. 1932-3; born Eng-
land; field sec. A.C.L.U. and ed. "Open
Forum," 1924-6, gen. publicity 1927; nat.
com. W.R. Lg. 1931; Communist Lg. P. G.
for F. & F. 1932; Socialist cand. in Cal.;
contrib. "Industrial Solidarity" (I.W.W.) ;
nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found, (see) 1933 ;
supported Communist campaign 1932 ;
admits being Communist in A. Lincoln
Center "Unity"; home Los A., Cal.

WHITE, REV. ELIOT: formerly min-
ister of Grace Episc. Ch., N.Y.C. ; vice
pres. Ch. Socialist Lg.; associated with
Margaret Sanger, Eugene L. Swan, etc. as
speaker for N.Y.C. Recon. Trips, his topics
being "Companionate Marriage" and "Love
Art Which Depicts the Art of Love," Mar.
21, 1931; Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; he and
wife members Nat. Citiz. Com. for Sacco
and V. and signers of telegram to Pres. in
their behalf (Boston Post, Aug. 21, 1927);
repr. of A.C.L.U. 1931; N.C. to A.S.M.
F.S.; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found. 1933;
nat. coun. Berger Nat. Found.

WHITE, WALTER: colored; nat. com.
Nat. R. & L. Found.; sec. N.A.A.C.P.;
attended Rosika Schwimmer's Recep. for
Albert Einstein, March, 1933.

WHITE, WM. ALLEN: treas. A.S.C.
R.R.; delg. to Russian conf. at Prinkipo,
1919; nat. coun. C.M.E.; Peace Patriots;
nat. coun. For. Pol. Assn. ; vice chmn. Nat.
Citiz. Com. on Rel. Lat. Am. 1927; For.
Lang. Inf. Serv.; Nat. Save Our Schools
Com.; Am. corns, for Justice to China,
Fair Play to China, and Chinese Relief (all

Who Is Who in Radicalism?


Communist -inspired to prevent Am. inter-
ference when Communists were trying to
capture the Chinese Nationalist Party) ;
Am. Fed. Russian Famine Rel.; vice chmn.
N. C. for P. W. 1932; endorser "Profes-
sional Patriots"; attacked D.A.R.; Free-
thinker's Ingersoll Com. 1933; home
Emporia, Kan.

active Communist; was Cal. Communist
cand.; treas. Labor Unity and Cooperators
Press, San F. since 1919; treas. People's
Coun. of Cal. 1917-9; treas. Cal. Lab. Def.
Coun. 1919-21; stockholder in "Liberator";
convicted under Cal. criminal syndicalism
law, 1920; conviction affirmed by U.S.
Supreme Ct.; A.C.L.U. and other radical
org. active in seeking pardon ; Jane Addams
sent telegram to Gov. urging pardon; par-
doned about 1928; N.C. to A.S.M.F.S.;
nat. com. W.I.R. 1928; nat. com. A.A.A.I.
Lg. 1928; Pris. Rel. Fund; endors. W.I.R.
letter for "Hunger Marchers" 1932; nat.
com. I.L.D. 1930.

teacher at U. of Chgo. since 1930; Am.
Com. for S.A.W.; Am. com. W.C.A.W.

WIECK, AGNES BURNS: former wife
of Belleville, 111. miner; pres. Women's
Aux. of Prog. Miners of Am.; friend of
Prof. Robt. Morss Lovett; protested
against barring Communist delegates at
Continental Congress of Wkrs. and Farmers
at Springfield, Aug. 1933 ; was leader march
of thousands of women on Springfield, Oct.
1933 ; because of radicalism has been barred
from speaking before some miners' locals
and charged with being "Hell raiser."

Kenilworth, 111. Union Ch.; formerly U. of
Chgo. prof.; Chgo. Fell. Faiths; C.M.E.
111. com.; Chgo. rep. Fed. Coun. Chs.;
assoc. ed. ultra-radical "Christian Century."

David R.; Communist social worker; has
been in Russia, principally, since before
the revolution; People's Freedom Union,

Albert R.; nat. coun. L.I.D. for N.Y.;
advis. com. A.C.L.U.; nat. exec. com. I.L.D.
1928; nat. com. A.A.A.I. Lg. (Chgo.) 1928;
former pastor Unitarian Ch., Oak Park,
111.; home now Rochester, N.Y.

WILLIAMS, HAROLD: colored; one of
ten principal Communist Party leaders;
mem. Negro delg. to Russia, 1932; bus.
mgr. "Liberator"; director of defense
activities of Lg. Strugg. Negro Rts.

L.I.D.; exec. sec. and nat. org. L.I.P.A.

since 1929; exec. com. Jt. Com. on Un-
emp.; nat. advis. com. Sacco-V. Nat. Lg.;
Berger Nat. Found.; A.C.L.U.; Com. for
Thomas 1929; studied Union Theol.
Sem.; former Unitarian minister; Socialist;
Farmer-Labor cand. 1928; camp. con\.
Conf. Prog. Pol. Act. 1933; U.S. Cong.
Ag. War.

Wash. U., St. Louis, Mo.; Nat. Citiz. Com.
Rel. Lat. Am. 1927; Nat. Pop. Govt. Lg.
(charges against Dept. of Justice) ; Nat.
Save Our Schs. Com.

WILLIAMSON, JOHN: nat. exec. com.
Communist Party U.S.A.; was org. sec.
Dist. No. 8 (Chgo.) ; nat. sec. Young
Wkrs. Lg. (now Young Communist Lg.)
from 1924 on; dist. org. Communist Party,
Dist. No. 6, Cleveland, 1933.

WILSON, REV. BEN. F.: brother of
J. Stitt Wilson; pro-Soviet spkr. for the
Communist celebration of Russian Revo-
lution under auspices of F.S.U. in San
Francisco (Western Wkr. 10/23/33) on
"My Experiences in U.S.S.R." at Scottish
Rite Auditorium, Nov. 3, 1933; coun. Pa.
Com. Total Disarm.; Erie, Pa. minister.

WILSON, EDMUND: Communist;
Emer. Com. So. Pol. Pris.; author of
article "How I Came to Communism"
("New Masses," Sept. 1932); nat. com.
W.I.R.; treas. Pris. Rel. Fund 1932; Com-
munist Lg. P. G. for F. & F. 1932; assoc.
ed. "New Republic" 1926-31; John Reed
Club; address New Republic, N.Y.C.

WILSON, J. STITT: Chr. Soc. Act. M.
1932 ; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found. 1933 ;
lecturer; Socialist; pacifist; active with
Lochner in org. of Emer. Peace Fed. 1915
(Lusk Report) ; "Yours for the Revo-
lution" People's College; Soc. Party cand.
for Cong, from Cal. 1932 ; state convener
of Cal. Continental Cong, of Wkrs. and
Farmers, 1933; home Berkeley, Cal.

WILSON, LILITH M.: nat. exec. com.
Socialist Party; nat. com. Lg. Against Fas-
cism; mem. Pa. State Legislature; sponsor
of socialized medicine bill and old age

WILSON, LUCY L. W.: principal So.
High Sch. for Girls, Phila., since 1915;
advis. coun. A.S.C.R.R. ; on recep. com.
for Bertrand Russell, Mar. 1927; W. I.
L.P.F.; her "New Schools of New Rus-
sia" pub. by communistic Vanguard Press;
Young Pioneers' (Communist) organ
praised her pro-Soviet attitude.

WILSON, WALTER: Fed. Press corres.;
N.C. to A.S.M.F.S.; Nat. Com. Def. Pol.
Pris.; financial contrib. I.L.D. ; contrib. ed.
"Labor Defender"; Nat. Miners Union


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(Communist) ; delg. Prog. Mine Wkrs. of
Am., Nov. 1932; convention bd. Pris. Rel.
Fund 1932; Com. Def. Scottsboro Boys

Coun. Chs.; contrib. ed. Fed. Coun. Bulle-
tin; prepared Fed. Coun. Sex Pamphlet

WINSOR, MARY: Socialist; A.C.L.U.
Phila. Com.; W.I.L.P.F.; cand. on Socialist
ticket; advocate of slacker's oath; advis.
bd. Worn. Peace Soc.; Cong. com. of Worn.
Peace Union; legis. chmn. Pa. Com. Total
Disarm.; ed. "Equal Rights"; signed report
of communistic Am. Worn. Com. to Investi-
gate Russian Women; financial contrib.
communistic Commonwealth Coll.; nat.
com. W.R. Lg.

WINSTON, EDW. M.: A.C.L.U. Chgo.
Com.; exec. com. L.I.D., Chgo. chapter;
Chgo. Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; advis. com.
C.W.C. on Unemp.; Non-Partz. Com. for
Lillian Herstein 1932; Chgo. com. Fell.
Faiths; treas. Chgo. Com. for S.A.W.

WINTER, ELLA: Mrs. Lincoln Stef-
fens; Am. Com. for S.A.W.; staff "New
Masses," 1933; Communist Lg. P. G. for
F. & F.; Nat. Com. Def. Pol. Pris.; lec-
turer F.S.U.; 1933 wrote letter to movie
producer threatening Red boycott if he
released Carveth Wells' truthful movies of
Russia; signs herself as "sec. to Fanny
Hurst" ("Sentinel," Dec. 28, 1933).

WIRDS, JOHN W.: Judge, Iowa Falls,
la.; pres. United Farmers of Am.; Conf.
Prog. Pol. Act. 1933.

WIRTH, PROF. LOUIS: sponsor com-
munist Chgo. Wkrs. Theatre, 1933.

WISE, STEPHEN S.: Rabbi; born
Budapest, Hungary; was on exec. com.
Civil Liberties Bureau (now A.C.L.U.) ;
was wartime "peace" worker; Am. Lg.
Limit Arm. 1914; Am. Neut. Conf. Com.
1916; Emer. Peace Fed.; dir. Peace Soc. of
N.Y.; rep. of Am. Lg. to Enforce Peace;
trustee Nat. Child Lab. Com.; vice pres.
radical Open Forum Nat. Coun.; chmn.
(in succession to Justice Brandeis) of
Provisional Exec. Com. for Gen. Zionist
Affairs; Nat. Mooney-Billings Com. 1929;
Com. for Thomas 1929 and 1932; M.W.D.
Def. Com. 1930; A. A. for O. A. S. 1931;
For. Lang. Inf. Serv. 1931; vice chmn. Jt.
Com. on Unemp. 1931; Pioneer Youth of
Am. 1931; Fell. Recon.; Recon. Trips,
1931; II Nuovo Mondo Nat. Com.; Nat.
Citiz. Com. Rel. Lat. Am. 1927; Am. Assn.
Lab. Legis.; C.M.E. 1932; Lg. Neighbors;
was active in the Communist "Lesson in
Revolution," the Passaic, N.J., Textile
Strike, where he spoke in behalf of strikers;

Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; signer of A.C.L.U.
letter sent to members of Congress protest-
ing against Fish Com. Report on Commu-
nism and requesting that the Fish Com.
recommendations be voted down; signer
of open letter of protest to Ex-Judge Sul-
livan attacking his report on Mooney case,
Nov. 28, 1932; Fed. Unemp. Wkrs. Lgs.
N.Y. 1933 ; exec. com. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933; daughter is Justine Wise Tulin,
author of pro-Soviet articles on Russia;
Non-intervention Citiz. Com. 1927; vice
chmn. Fell. Faiths com. 300, 1933; named
Einstein, Freud, Brandeis, and Henri Berg-
son "four greatest living Jews," Feb. 1934.

WITT, PETER: nat. com. A.C.L.U.;
Nat. Citiz. Com. Rel. Lat. Am.; endors.
"Professional Patriots"; Cleveland, O.

WITTENBER, JAN.: org. sec. John
Reed Club of Chgo.; staff of "Left Front,"
its publication; "proletarian painter";
Chgo. Com. for Strugg. Ag. War; bd. dir.
John Reed Clubs (national) 1932 ; contrib.
ed. "The Left" Communist mag.; artists'
grievance committee at Hull House meet-
ing John Reed Club, Aug. 1933; Commu-

WOLFE, BERTRAM D.: Communist
Party (Opposition) ; edtl. staff "Workers
Age" (its organ); New Wkrs. Sch. dir.;
former central committeman Communist
Party; expelled in 1929 with the Lovestone
faction; an organizer of the opposition
Communist Party.

WOLFE, JAMES H.: nat. coun. L.I.D.
for Utah; Judge Dist. Court, 3rd. Utah

WOLFSON, THERESA: Socialist; grad.
Columbia U. ; teacher at Intl. Ladies Garm.
Wkrs. Un. U., N.Y.C.; lecturer at Brook-
wood Lab. Coll.; former field sec. Nat
Child Lab. Com.; Am. Assn. of Soc. Wkrs.
exec. sec. Nat. Cons. Lg.; Teachers' Un.

WOLMAN, LEO: former coll. prof.; lec-
turer New Sch. for Soc. Research; Social-
ist; chief of research dept. Amalg. Cloth.
Wkrs. of Am.; dir. Garland Fund; contrib.
ed. "New Republic"; Am. Assn. Lab.
Legis.; Roosevelt appointee 1933; N.Y.C.

N.C. to A.S.M.F.S.; bd. Pris. Rel. Fund
(I.L.D.) ; author of "Heavenly Discourse,"
sacrilegious scurrilous anti-religious book
published by Vanguard Press; endors.
W.I.R. letter for Hunger Marchers, 1932,
and was with marchers in Wash. Dec. 1932.

com. and a founder A.C.L.U.; was war-
time "peace" worker; Am. Lg. Limit Arm.;
Conf. for Democ.; Fell, Recon.; treas.

Who Is Who in Radicalism?


Fellowship Press 1927; Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933; Non-intervention Citiz. Com. 1927;
Cong. Exp. Radicals.

WOOD, ROBERT: Communist Party

cialist; author; active in woman suffrage
movement; nat. coun. L.I.D. for N.Y.; Am.
Assn. Lab. Legis.; Com. for Thomas, 1929.

Com. Soviet Flyers; auditor Russ. Reconst.

WOODWARD, W. E.: author of a scur-
rilous book "George Washington The
Image and the Man," 1926; Socialist; Nat.
Mooney-Billings Com.; Com. for Thomas
1929; People's Lobby.

com.; Com. for Thomas, 1929; nat. com.
Intl. Wkrs. Aid, 1926 (now W.I.R.).

Holyoke Coll.; Russ. Reconst. Farms, 1925;
A.C.L.U. Mass. Com.; nat. advis. com.
Sacco-V. Nat. Lg.; Nat. Citiz. Com. Rel.
Lat. Am. 1927; vice pres. Nat. Cons. Lg.;
Nat. World Ct. Com. 1931; dir. Lg. of
Nations Assn. and vice chmn. of its Mass.
br.; endors. com. World Peaceways; delg.
Disarm. Conf. 1932; Griffin Bill sponsor;
nat. bd. Y.W.C.A.; advis. com. Am. Assn.
Lab. Legis.; advis. com. Open Road
(affiliate of Intourist of Soviet Goyt.) ;
Nat. Coun. Congl. Chs. in U.S.; signer
Fell. Recon. Pet. Russ. Recog. 1932; Lg.
Women Voters; nat. coun. C.M.E.; Peace
Patriots; vice pres. Fell. Faiths nat. com.
300, 1933; Nat. Save Our Schs. Com.;
endors. Lane Pamphlet.

WORK, JOHN M.: ed. Milwaukee
Leader; Socialist Party executive since its
formation; contrib. to L.I.D. pub. "Un-
employed"; labor journalist; was on bd.
"Yours for the revolution" People's Coll.

WRIGHT, QUINCY: U. of Chgo. Prof.;
bd. Lg. for Org. Prog. 1931; wife very
active in Lg. Worn. Voters and spkr. for
Am. Friends Service Com. "Peace Insti-
tutes" at Evanston, 111. 1932 and 1933.

WORTIS, ROSE: Communist; T.U.U.L.
org. N.Y.C.

WYGAL, WINIFRED: nat. com. Nat.
R. & L. Found. 1933; Com. for Thomas,
1929; Fell, of Socialist Christians con-
tinuation com.

YARD, JAMES M.: A.C.L.U. Chgo.
Com.; Chgo. Com. for S.A.W.; nat. coun.
L.I.D.; exec. com. Chgo. L.I.D.; Dean of
Religious Education of Northwestern U.,

Evanston, 111., for five years, discharged
1933; close associate of Ernest F. Tittle
and leader of the "peace" activities in his
church; frequently preaches from Tittle's
pulpit; announced in Chgo. Daily News as
speaker for communist John Reed Club,
Chgo. 1933; sponsor of Chgo. Workers'
Theater (Communist) 1933; advis. com.
C.W.C. on Unemp. (Borders) ; nat. and
exec. com. Meth. Fed. for Soc. Serv.
(McConnell, Ward, Chappell, etc.) ; for
twelve years a "missionary" at West China
U. at Changtu; Hands Off China Com.
1927; yet Pres. Scott states Yard was not
dismissed from N.U. because of radicalism;
spkr. 11/15/33 at Communist Party local
hdqts., 357 W. Chgo. Ave. for communist
Unemp. Council. (My husband attended
and heard his pro-Communist talk. The
Chgo. Atheist Forum until recently held in
the same hall under same auspices.)

YARROS, RACHELLE S.: wife of Vic-
tor; born Russia; birth control exponent;
advis. com. Chgo. Forum Coun.; Lg. Worn.
Voters; chmn. Social Hygiene Council, 9
E. Huron St., Chgo., termed by Chgo.
Tribune "a marital and pre-marital clinic";
in an interview quoted in the Chgo.
Tribune (Feb. 1933), Dr. Yarros said:
"Young men of today do not exact chastity
on the part of a woman as a requirement
of marriage. It is not infrequent that
young women of good families and the
best education have come to me and in
consulting with me have told of previous
relations with their fiances. There is a
growing evidence of liberality on the part
of men and those of the well educated
class are the most liberal"; sec. 111. Social
Hygiene Lg.

YARROS, VICTOR S.: husband of Dr.
Rachelle; A.C.L.U. Chgo. Com.; Chgo.
Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; book reviewer for
Chgo. Daily News.

YOUNG, ART: Communist writer and
cartoonist for "New Masses," "Liberator,"
"Nation," etc.; contrib. ed. "New Masses";
his cartoon of Jesus used by Nat. R. & L.
Found, for distribution in churches; John
Reed Club.

1933 staff writer for Scripps-Howard New
York World Telegram; now head with
Seymour Waldman of Communist Daily
Worker's new Washington bureau, with
office in the National Press Bldg. and cre-
dentials for admission to press galleries of
U.S. Senate and House; staff "New
Masses," 1933; Communist.

Reed Club; edtl. staff "New Republic."


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ZANGWILL, ISRAEL: A British rad-
ical; was mem. Hands Off Russia Com. of
which Lenin was Pres. and Trotsky vice
pres.; said at its demonstration Feb. 8, 1919,
Albert Hall, London: "The British Govt.
is only Bolshevism in embryo and Bolshe-
vism is only Socialism in a hurry, Socialism
while you won't wait," etc. ("Socialist
Network" by Nesta Webster).

ZARITSKY, MAX: nat. com. Lg. Ag.
Fascism, 1933 ; Conf. Prog. Pol. Act. camp,
com. 1933-4; dir. Amalg. Bank, N.Y.;
Workmen's Circle; Socialist; born Russia;
father a rabbi; pres. Cloth Hat, Cap and
Millinery Wkrs. Intl. Un.

ZETKIN, CLARA: German Commu-
nist; was oldest mem. Reichstag; was mem.
of Spartacus group which staged Com-
munist revolution in Germany with Lieb-

knecht, 1919; mem. Communist Intl.; intl.
com. W.C.A.W. 1932; died 1933.

ZEUCH, WM. E.: Communist sup-
porter; was edu. dir. Commonwealth Coll.,
Mena, Ark.; now Fed. Press corres. in

ZIEGLER, PHIL: nat. coun. L.I.D. for
Ohio; ed. "Railway Clerk."

ZIFF, FANNIE: sec. Detroit br. A.C.
L.U. (1976 Atkinson St., Detroit).

F. S.; Nat. Com. Def. Pol. Pris.


ZUCKERMAN, MAX: Non-interven-
tion Citiz. Com. 1927; exec. Cloth Hat,
Cap and Millinery Wkrs. Intl. Un.; born
Russia, 1868; came to Am. 1891; Work-
men's Circle; org. Pioneer Youth Am.;


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Dedication (To "Professional Patriots") 5


Miscellaneous Articles

Addams, Jane 51

Albert Einstein 48

Capitalism, Hewer and "Chiseler" of American Greatness 91

Carl Haessler "Red Ravinia" 54

"Christian" Socialism 28

Communist Organization in the U. S. A 17

Communist Party and Religion 22

Einstein, Albert 48

Fascism 99

Frank, Glenn 46

Gandhi, Mahatma 45

G. Bromley Oxnam 53

Glenn Frank 46

Haessler, Carl ("Red Ravinia") 54

Have We Recognized Russia ? 14

"I Am Not Interested" 59

Jail or Asylum for Me Suggests "Liberal" Mondale 41

Jane Addams 51

Mahatma Gandhi 45

"Methodists Turn Socialistic" 33

New Deal, The, and Roosevelt Appointees 74

New Deal, The (Socialist Party and) 69

"News" 38

"O ! Let Them Blow Off Steam As They Do in England !" 16

Oxnam, G. Bromley 53

Pacifism and Its Red Aids 65

"Pacifism", So-Called Is It Christian or Red ? 61

Red Army in the U. S. A 21

"Red Ravinia" (Carl Haessler) 54

Religion, Communist Party and 22

Religion, Socialist Party and 23

Roosevelt Appointees, The New Deal and 74

Russian Revolution Do We Want It Here? 9

So-Called "Pacifism" Is It Christian or Red? 61

Socialism, "Christian" 28

Socialism, Women and 27

Socialist Party and Religion 23

Socialist Party (and the New Deal) 69

The New Deal and Roosevelt Appointees 74

The New Deal (Socialist Party and) 69

U. S. A., Communist Organization in 17

U. S. A., Red Army in

Who Are They? 4S

Women and Socialism 27


338 Index ^^^


Organizations, Etc.


A.A.A.LLg.: All America Anti-Imperialist League 102

A.A.for O.A.S.: American Association for Old Age Security Ill

Abbreviations of Words 253

Abraham Lincoln Center "Unity" 101

A.C.L.U.: American Civil Liberties Union Ill

A.C.L.U. Directors and Branches 1932 121

A.C.L.U. Formation 119

Adult Education Council (of Illinois) 102

A.F.of L.: Amercian Federation of Labor 123

A.F.of L.Com.for Unemp.Ins.: American Federation of Labor Committee for Unem-
ployment Insurance 124

Agricultural Workers Industrial Union 102

All America Anti-Imperialist League 102

AH World Gandhi Fellowship 104

Amalgamated Banks 104

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America 104

(See also International Ladies Garment Workers Union)

Amalgamated Clothing Workers Industrial Union 105

Amalgamated Textile Workers of America 105

Am.Assn.Lab.Legis.: American Association for Labor Legislation Ill

Am.Com.for S.A.W.: American Committee for Struggle Against War 123

Am.Com.on Inf. About Russia: American Committee on Information About Russia. . 123

Am.-Derutra Transport Corporation 105

American Anti-Bible Society, Inc 105

American Association for Advancement of Atheism 105

American Association for Labor Legislation Ill

American Association for Old Age Security Ill

American Birth Control League Ill

American Civil Liberties Union Ill

Directors and Branches 1932 121

Formation 119

American League to Limit Armaments 119

American Union Against Militarism 119

Civil Liberties Bureau 120

National Civil Liberties Bureau 120

American Civil Liberties Union 120

"Free Speech" Ill

What the A.C.L.U. Says of Itself 113

What the Better America Federation says of the A.C.L.U 119

American Committee for Chinese Relief 123

American Committee for Fair Play to China 123

American Committee for Justice to China 123

American Committee for Struggle Against War 123

American Committee on Information About Russia 123

American Federation of Labor 123

Index 339


American Federation of Labor Committee for Unemployment Insurance 124

American Federation of Teachers 124

American Friends Service Committee 124

American Fund for Public Service ("Garland Fund") 124

American Labor Year Book 124

American League Against War and Fascism 124

American League to Limit Armaments 119

American Lithuanian Workers Labor Society 125

American Negro Labor Congress 125

American Neutral Conference Committee 125

American Newspaper Guild , 125

American Rationalists Association 125

American-Russian Chamber of Commerce 125

American Russian Institute 125

American Society for Cultural Relations with Russia 125

"American Teacher" 126

American Union Against Militarism 119

American Workers Party 126

Am.Fed.Tchrs.: American Federation of Teachers 124

Am.Friends Serv.Com.: American Friends Service Committee 124

Amkino 126

Amkniga 126

Am.Lab.Yr.Book: American Labor Year Book 124

Am.Lg.Ag.War and Fascism: American League Against War and Fascism 124 Limit Arm.: American League to Limit Armaments 119

Amnesty Committee of People's Freedom Union 126

Am.Neut.Conf.Com.: American Neutral Conference Committee 125

Am.Tchr.: "American Teacher" 126

Amtorg Trading Company 126

Anarchism and Anarchist-Communism 126

Anti-Fascisti League of North America 128

Anti-Horthy League 128

Anti-Imperialist League (All-America Anti-Imperialist League) 128

Anti-Imperialist League Delegation to Cuba 128

Arcos, Limited 128

A.S.C.R.R.: American Society for Cultural Relations with Russia 125

Asiatic Association for the Advancement of Atheism 128

Association of New Cuban Revolutionary Emigrants 128

Atheist Pioneers 128

Auto Workers Industrial Union 128


Bahai International I 28

Berger Nat.Found.: Berger (Victor L.) National Foundation 128

Berger (Victor L.) National Foundation 128


Blue Blouses 129

340 Index


Bonus Expeditionary Forces Rank and File of America 129

Bridgman Raid 129

Brookwood Labor College 130

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 130

Building Maintenance Workers Union . 130


Camps Nitgedaiget 130

Camp Unity 130

Carveth Wells Boycott 161

Catholic Association for International Peace 130

Central Cooperative Wholesale (formerly Central Cooperative Exchange) 131

Ch.Emer.Com.Rel.Textile Strik.: Church Emergency Committee for Relief of Textile

Strikers 136

Chgo.Com.for S.A.W.: Chicago Committee for Struggle Against War 132

Chicago Atheist Forums 132

Chicago Chapter L.I.D 187

Chicago City Club Constitutional Rights Committee 132

Chicago Committee for Struggle Against War 132

Chicago Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism 132

Chicago Emergency Committee for Strikers Relief 132

Chicago Forum Council 132

Chicago Labor Research 132

Chicago Lawyers Constitutional Rights Committee 132

Chicago Workers Committee on Unemployment 133

Chicago Workers School 244

Chicago Workers Theatre 133

China Forum 134

Chinese Anti-Imperialist Alliance 134

Ch.L.ID.: Church League for Industrial Democracy 136

"Christian Century" 134

Christian Social Action Movement 134

Chr.Soc.Act.M 134

Church Emergency Committee for Relief of Textile Strikers 136

Church League for Industrial Democracy 136

Church Socialist League (Episcopal) 136

Church Taxation League 137

Chu Sing Youth Association 137

Civil Liberties Bureau 120

Clarte 137

Cleaners, Dyers and Pressers Union 137

Cleveland Trade Union Conference 137

Cloth Hat, Cap and Millinery Workers Union (Discussed under Intl.Ladies Garm.

Wkrs.Un.) 176

Clothing Workers Industrial Union 137

C.M.E. (also C.M.E. 111.) : Committee on Militarism in Education 138

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