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100 Things You Should Know Abo
ut Communism 1949 127pgs GOV P
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The first of a series on the Communist conspiracy and its influence in this country as a whole, on religion, on education, on labor and on our government.

100 Things You Should Know About Communism 1949    

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Brainwashed Into Slavery - Kenneth&
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Shocking expose of communist textbook on psycho-political warfare. Evidence of its use in schools across our nation, disguised as "psychology".

Brainwashed Into Slavery-Kenneth Goff-circa 1940    

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This we can only see as what has become of the Soviet Unions collaboration with Communist China... Largest department store on earth, the Soviet Union Foreign Trade Monopoly, is conducting the greatest permanent bargain sale in history andd in fifty-two lands its agents today are offering a thousand varieties of wares at prices that bring despair to their competitors.    
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During the first months after the conquest of political power by the proletariat in Russia (October 25 [November 7), 1917) it might have appeared that the tremendous difference between backward Russia and the advanced countries of Western Europe would cause the proletarian revolution in these latter countries to have very little resemblance to ours. Now we already have very considerable international experience which very definitely shows that some of the fundamental features of our revolution have a significance which is not local, not peculiarly national, not Russian only, but international. I speak here of international significance not in the broad sense of the term: not a few, but all the fundamental and many of the secondary features of our revolution are of international significance in regard to the influence it has upon all countries. No, taking it in the narrowest sense, i.e., understanding international significance to mean the international validity or the historical inevitability of a repetition on an international scale of what has taken place here, it must be admitted that some of the fundamental features of our revolution do possess such a significance.    
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THE question of the state is acquiring at present a particular importance, both as theory, and from the point of view of practical politics. The imperialist war has greatly accelerated and intensified the transformation of monopoly capitalism into state-monopoly capitalism. The monstrous oppression of the labouring masses by the state-which connects itself more and more intimately with the all-powerful capitalist combines-is becoming ever more monstrous. The foremost countries are being converted-we speak here of their "rear"-into military convict labour prisons for the workers. The unheard-of horrors and miseries of the protracted war are making the position of the masses unbearable and increasing their indignation. An international proletarian revolution is clearly rising. The question of its relation to the state is acquiring a practical importance.    
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The Paris Commune of 1871 arose victoriously from the ruins of the Second Empire and, after seventy-two epoch-making days, it succumbed heroically under the hail of bullets of the Versailles counter-revolution. The Commune was, in a far higher sense than the June insurrection of 1848, the "most tremendous event in the history of European civil wars" (Marx) in the nineteenth century. It marked the violent conclusion of the "pre-history" of the proletarian revolution ; with it begins the era of proletarian revolutions. It was the brilliant culmination of the romantic "Sturm and Drang" period of the revolutionary proletariat, which was glorious in heroic deeds and bloody defeats, in bold initiative and growing attempts. But chiefly it was the first dress rehearsal in world history of the socialist revolution of the working class, which, at the head of all oppressed and exploited classes, for the first time set up its power by its own might with the purpose of setting the whole of society free from the system of enslavement and exploitation, as well as securing its own political and social emancipation.    
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What Is To Be Done? is one of Lenin's outstanding revolutionary writings. It has long been a classic in its field. The first generation of Russian Bolsheviks, which includes many of the present Soviet leaders, have been brought up on this brilliant exposition of the policies and tactics of the revolutionary Socialist movement. Its uniqueness in Russian Marxist literature is due to the way it treats the role of the Party in the revolutionary struggle-a subject to which slight attention was paid up to that time. The subtitle, "Burning Questions of Our Movement," which Lenin gave to this brochure, indicates how deeply he felt the need of calling attention to the problem of organization.    
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Wherever one looks, there is struggle in the United States today . People are on the march . More and more are engaged in struggles for peace, for black and brown liberation, for economic advancement. More and more are seeking fundamental solutions . There is radicalization. There is a growing political Left. Millions are turning against the stale slanders of anti-Communism, used for so long to stifle people's struggles . These millions want to know what this is all about . They are interested in the views of the Communist Party of the United States, which for fifty years has been a current in our country's political life and a significant organizer and participant in people's struggles. Like other Americans, we Communists take pride in the genius and skill of our country's workers, farmers and scientists, who have created the world's most productive industry, the most bountiful agriculture. We take pride in our nation's democratic 'and revolutionary heritage, created by the struggles of our people.    
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Hate is at flood tide in the world today, a hate born of the doctrine that man is arrayed against man in an irreconcilable conflict of classes. It is a hate more deep-rooted and terrible than that of international war.--- The story of these pages is not intended to aggravate by ever so slight a degree this desperate malady of hate. Political principles and social theories must clash. It is one of the few inexorable necessities of man's life on this planet that they should do so. But hate beclouds understanding and weakens whatever case is darkened by its unseeing passion.    
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Hearing-1958-163pgs- GOV-COM.sml.pdf

Communism is the fundamental challenge of our time. It is obvious that the future of this Nation; indeed, its very existence as a free and democratic republic, will be determined by our response to this challenge. ---Although the overwhelming majority of the American people is opposed to communism-its basic philosophy and all of its manifestations- the fact remains that there is a tremendous lack of understanding of communism's true nature. There is a tendency to try to deal with the problem of communism on a day-to-day basis, and from this we have the sorry spectacle of otherwise intelligent American leaders willing to negotiate with communism's masters at international conference tables as if there were a real foundation of sincerity and good faith.    
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The Great October Socialist Revolution ushered in a new era in the history of mankind, the era of the downfall of capitalism and the establishment of communism. Socialism has triumphed in the Soviet Union and has achieved decisive victories in the People's Democracies; socialism has become the practical cause of hundreds of millions of people, and the banner of the revolutionary movement of the working class throughout the world.    
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Adapted and illustrated from the motion picture commissioned by the Lutheran Church, written by Allan Sloane, and produced in Germany by Lothar Wolff Selected as the Best Motion Picture of the Year by the Exceptional Films Committee of the National Board of Review, and winner of numerous awards in the United States and abroad, the powerful film Question 7 is based on actual incidents and on documents drawn from the Soviet Zone of Germany during the past decade. Its exciting story of the temptations and struggles of conscience behind the Iron Curtain is now admirably told in this excellent novel by Robert E.A. Lee, Executive Secretary of Lutheran Film Associates. Re-creating all the drama, tension, and profound impact of the film, the novel depicts the experiences of Pastor Gottfried and his wife, of their young, sensitive son Peter whose talent for music is exploited to pressure him into compromise and betrayal, and of his shy girl friend who shares their anguish. It also clearly reveals the subtle tactics of Communist teachers, of the scheming Communist Party officials, and of all the cruel forces brought to bear against young people and their parents . This very timely novel speaks with urgency to every citizen, especially every young citizen, of the Free World.    
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The present Status of the Revolutionary Movement in the United States based on documents seized by the authorities in the raid upon the Convention of the Communist Party at Bridgman, Michigan, Aug. 22, 1922, together with descriptions of numerous connections and associations of the Communists among the Radicals, Progressives and Pinks.    
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Dr Joseph Douglass is a national security analyst and author with expertise in defense policy, threat assessment, deception, intelligence and political warfare, nuclear strategy, terrorism, advanced chemical and biological warfare agents and applications, and international narcotics trafficking. Since the mid-1980s, his primary focus has been research into various dimensions of cultural warfare and notably into the illegal drugs plague, with emphasis on its origins, support structures, marketing and the question: 'What can be done?'    
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They were discussing the Five-Year Plan. Among those present were intellectuals primarily interested in the idea of a planned society as a remedy for the current economic crisis. Others were more interested in the Russian experiment from the standpoint of communism or socialism. The group was listening to the author of a recently published book on the Soviet economic system who had spent several months in Russia last year. The speaker was conveying his views with emphasis.    
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There is the program-the plan of Professor Weishaupt, the founder of "Illuminism" from which came the Marxian Serpent that is leaving its slimy trail across our literature of today.---That is why the author of "Sinister Shadows" knows the Book will be decried. The order will go out and "decry it." America, however, has a way of making up its own mind when facts are in her possession. She does not need the assistance of critics who "decry" everything not lending itself to destructive propaganda.    
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This volume is one of a series of "Readings in Leninism." Each book consists of a collection of articles and extractstaken almost exclusively from the works of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin-dealing with a basic question of Leninist theory.    
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United States Senate subcommittee to investigate the administration of the internal security act and other internal security laws of the Committee on The Judiciary.    
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Economic and psychological weapons rather than the launching of a third world war comprise the current Communist program for world conquest, General Albert C . Wedemeyer warned in a consultation with the Committee on Un-American Activities. One of the top strategic planners of World War II, General Wedemeyer was present at many international conferences as adviser to the President. He attended the conferences in Washington, London, Cairo, Quebec, and Casablanca before going to China as theater commander in 1944 .    
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Seldom has a major nation come closer to the brink of disaster and yet recovered than did Brazil in its recent triumph over Red subversion. The communist drive for domination-marked by propaganda, infiltration, terror-was moving in high gear. Total surrender seemed imminent-- and then the people said No! This dramatic and illuminating account not only tells of a people's determined defense of their freedom, it provides a blueprint for action by concerned citizens in other nations threatened by communism.    
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The method by which this original proposition is applied is as new as the proposition itself. No longer relying upon academic preconceptions, the authors have based their architectural and urban proposals on the analysis of life in the existing Soviet society and the directions of change within it. While the models and formal solutions are only sketched and presented hypothetically, they build upon the rich heritage left by Soviet architecture and urbanism in the twenties. Unlike Western architectural "revivals," which consistently turn toward the past and are pseudo-innovative, the Soviet heritage suggests the idea of a "revolutionary tradition" to serve as an example for future-oriented planning.    
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Asked to tell why he wrote this book, John T . Flynn replied : "As the weird story of Owen Lattimore unfolded itself in official documents and sworn testimony, I noted that it had one flaw. It was unbelievable. In a Dumas novel of intrigue at the court of Louis XV, it might be accepted. But in America, the America of the 1950s-it seemed fantastically out of place and utterly incredible. Much has been written about it, but now all the evidence is available. Few have the time or means of sifting the immense folios of testimony and incriminating documents, which were dramatically unearthed in an old barn, as might be done in a screen thriller.    
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To one who has seen Russia, unblinded by the propaganda of a few "model" institutions shown to tourists and built by foreign brains and capital, this talk of "revolution" here to better economic conditions strikes terror to the heart. One recalls those great civilizations in history which were laid to waste and were then for centuries unable to rise again.--- In the Moscow "Museum of the Revolution", I saw racks and racks of photographs taken during the Russian Revolution and its attendant famine. These pictures of people who starved to death lying in the streets where they fell, cannibalistic views of dead mothers and babies with half-eaten bodies, and revolutionary scenes of stark horror and misery, were revolting past description.    
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An underground political history of the United States from 1918 to the present time showing how close the government is to collapse and told in an understandable way.---ONE of these days the inarticulates of the qualified American electorate are going to awaken from their lethargy and find voice. When they do they are going to get sufficiently aroused to go to the polls on an election day and in a strikingly emphatic manner repudiate every politician afflicted with liver complaint, softening of the brain or flexibility of the spine. The result of this will be a new quality of leadership, patterned after an old one once revered ; distinguished for intestinal stamina, frankness and dependability, and exemplified in word and deed by such men as Washington, Lincoln, Webster, Harrison, Cleveland, McKinley, Knox, Sherman, etc., etc.    
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BELLA DODD's STORY is a human document of immense importance to Americans today. Here are the inner workings of the Communist Party in this country as seen from the secret counsels and strategy meetings of the National Committee, to which she belonged for a crucial span of years. As long ago as the 1940's the Party was planning cynically to use the Negroes as instruments in the revolution-to-come in the United States . The theory, contrived by Stalin and unleashed by Foster, was to encourage "self-determination of the Negroes in the black belt" and the establishment of a Negro nation with the right to secede from the United States . Bella Dodd's is a story familiar to many a young American idealist who saw in Communism a new gospel and who worked sacrificially in the cause until the inevitable bitter day when the cause betrayed him. For her that day came almost too late for her own salvation, for as she tells us "it takes a long time to 'unbecome' a Communist."    
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At this time, my son, being only nine, was too young for any attempt at flight across the border, so that some less direct method of escape was necessary. With this aim, we tried for employment with some Soviet agency abroad. Speaking five languages, my wife was able to procure a position in Berlin, and permission to take our son with her. While my brother and I were planning an illegal escape, Boris was arrested for alleged indiscretions, while a scout master, and deported to the dreadful Solovetsky Islands for five years. Since my escape would have involved a death penalty for him, my plans had to be abandoned.    
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This is a very interesting account of Marilyn Monroe's life and death. It delves into those she befriended and their use of her for their own purposes, including covert activities and links to the Communist Party.    
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THE dead body of Marie Visneffska lay in the tiny salon of her little villa in the county town of Novominsk, not far from Warsaw.--- It lay beneath the one large picture in the room, a portrait in a gilded frame of her once beautiful niece, whose success as a leading lady had not been entirely due to her activities behind the footlights.--- An officer of a Hussar regiment, surprising her one day with a rival, shot her, undressed his victim, and left the body strewn with cherry-blossom.    
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A few years ago there would have been little point in writing a history of the Communist International. As recently as 1933 there was not a single country outside Russia where the communists counted as a political force. But since 1934 the Communist International has evolved a new policy, has claimed to defend democracy, has sought alliances of the closest kind with the democratic parties of various countries, and has, during this latest period, increased very considerably in strength. Today it is again important to know the Communist International. This conclusion was forced on me with particular strength when, during my field-study of the political and social problems of the Spanish civil war, I realized how important a force the Communist International had once more become.    
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