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? : : )~ V V V ~ **7** 84 INVESTIGATION OF CONHVI-UN`IST PROPAGANDA INVESTIGATION OF OOIVIMUNIST PROPAGANDA ixboligogxt of gltgvicticgrislfora01]M15;1ut of rents by 11Dl0Yd- 4 The Organization through which the communists carry On this mmeieaoi onoa var cy aws. . , Full union rates of wages 0113111 public works, with the right t0 0l`g$111iZ and Wolik ls a' Subsldmry and auxlhmly OI ganlzatlon known as the Intel" Smk_ national Labor Defense, a section of the International Red Aid 0f Down with the imperialist oppression of the United States in the Philippines, Moscowv. Following 1S a statement of the aims Of the International Haiti, and all oppressed colonial and semicolonial countries. Labm- Defense as taken from its Congtitution: COMMUNIST SUBSIDIARIES )1 :TlLs6Zg1<~: intemiationlal Iiabgr Defense is zi tioad liioxipagty [ . V - n e cass s rug; e w nc aims to uzfem u wor ers w 0 __ _- _ - - are being persecuted by the capitalist government and various other agencies Not all {eds Carry a_Ib$Sh*P can d In tha Communlst Party of the mD1OYiI1g class, for their participation in the class sL1u,a;::1e by rendep LOUS H20 it W&S said IH SOVIBJG Russia that C0m_mUm$m would be ing legal aid, moral and financial support to these workers and Liieiridependents, builded with noncommumst hands. In addition to the party itself, by Wide publicity, organizing mass demonstrations or support and protest, both coininpnists have created a great number of subsidiary and auxiliary hI' and ab*'0&d o1*gan1zat10ns, through which they endeavor to penetrate into almost Membership in this body is not continvent u on membershi > in . U I every field of human iendeavor. The principal Olg11I11Zj1Cl0HS of the COmml1H1Si3 Piuty,_&1Hd many members are not informed as to its communism, operating m most instances under noncomrnumst names, commnnistic character. In Los Angeles alone 25 branches 0f this but organized, controlled, and oiiicered by communists, are the ( 5 organization have been identified. Bail bonds, atto1neys fees, and following: itil HCGSS211y @121] COSiS QYG 1)1`OV1Cid for class-war pfisoners. Some wm-keys Intemmmml Religj; of the most violent and riotous demonstrations with which the police Eteinational kalgoi- Detense L of the country have had to contend have arisen through the efforts -t memcan n nmperia is easue. t ' W ` n ~ y . . . National Council for the Protectign of F0I_ign_B0m Wcrkcrsl ( 5 ot his oxganiaation. Among the cases nhich have toimed the bas1s American Negro Labor Congress. of their activities may be mentioned: Sacco-Vanzetm case, Mooney- ,;ut;.FaSC1sti League Og North Amgriw Billings case, Graeco-Ca111l0 case, Gastonia case, Passaic case, New Ann-Horthy League. _ Bedford case, Atlanta case, Anita VVhitney case, Imperial Valley United Fmme1s Educational League. Case American Society for Cultural Relations with Russia. ' . . . . . Friends of the Soviet Union In the case of tiie defendants tried for killing thelpohce chief at Labor Research Association. Gastonia, about $20,000 was furnished for the defense from the gang?-Rsy(;grEslLtg)n1on. Garland fund, yet communistic organizations throughout the United 0 - = #2 ., U]]itd com of `YVOI`kiI1g am Housewives. 2tii;12fSELE1$12i,ftdiif" P?1f bf $O"OP* United Council of Working Glass Women. , I . l ( 0 la mn S O 16 mgm com uc mg A 9 - Workers Library Pubushers. defense of the prisoners. International Publishers. Young Communist League of America. SUBVERSIVE WORK AMONG OUR YOUTH Young Pioneers of Aineuca: A 1;;?;i"F?;if;i?t1` ASSm" America can have no m01e_vici0us_0r dangerous enemy than he Bezboslmik (Russian Godless Society) who seeks to lnlplflllt _1I1 HIE 1llHQiS of l1l1pI`sS1OImbi youth the gggdg gnited Yginrkers gogpgratige Association (Camps Nitgodaiget), Of (212155 h1EI`dS, ixnfl-AI1'111CHH1S1T1, zllld 1'VO1Uti()I1. In the world ussmn ~ uma 1 ocie y. { 1- Ctjc _] {f- il- to A _ Y . Hungarian Sick and Death Benetit Society, g gla daba A , t _,wmCim bmi; menvafi iomeu. Wh mmds International Workers Order- oub iene y COD ac ju 1 an IHIPGI ect \\ O1 <; tic philosophies of 1. G. O. R. (Society for Colonizing Russia), the QOH1IHl1D1Si3 II12lkG httle appeal, but youth with its energy and ` Russian Reconstruction Fatnisz idealism, lacking tlie Xp:11HCe and ]l1dg11'1HC t0 Weigh and dis- Prolet.111:111 ]?l.lH1ZIt1C Association of A.mer1ca. gmminate 1S often d1StISS1Diy \Vi11`pd Bild dBh1dd iD its f0ImatiV6 Amtow Trading Corporation . . .. * - - b * the tricker of this 1*oD1anda Sonet Union Information Bureau. yems 5 . . P ~ ' . , _ Ukarian Women Toilers Association, ` S11bVI`S1VQ ZICUVIUBS iH1ODg tht? yflutii of America is carried on by American, Lithuanian Workers Labor Society, _ ' the communists through two OI`QQ&l11Z&1UOl1SthG Young Pioneers of i SlV}}< 01kf*S_S1*Y America takmv in bo s and girls from 8 to 15 ears of ave and the Ukauan VVOIKBIS Club. . . . __ 2: > Red P0tS_ Young Coimnumst League, including youth {mm 10 to 23 years of INTERNATIONAL LABOR DEFENSE 0 4 age: The boy oy girl graduates fmm the rY0ung Pioneers into the - V Young Communist League, and from the X oung Communist League . , ' ' , _ ` W * ODE of {SIIG pI1HC1p{11 II1BiLI1S of Spfildlng communist Propaganda 1HtO {3119 COH1lHUH1St? Pillty p10p1- r1hl1 HUB COI111T1uI11st leaves no 1S through the publicity derived from the defense of radical or so- gap OY avenue of escape from the Ccmmumst mkS d called c1asswar prisoners. Human sympathy for those in distress is ex loited and throuvh literat t` d YOUNG PIONEERS p , D . ure, mass mee 1I1g'S, an mass demon- Stzgtugls 1f;I`t Smgs Oft0H;1Yfm' "a1Sd> much of which YS 8~PPi- In this organization, modeled after the Boy Scout movement but 6** Y EVO 8 O 0 mr dn 6 CUBE PPsS passionately antagonistic to 1t, cliildren are assiduously taught class t L