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Justice Byrnes, for the Vice Preasden rial nomination, and they inquired would the gentleman approve ' Sidney said. uh bt condemning tbc Cl O't favorite pastime, tlx tit down strike*.

NO'" They pleaded but hr remained adamant "Nn Southtrnn." be l OMK "wlf 0tr PAC oaesuny " Byron, it srrmi. On loving, Walker and Hannrgan expressed the hope that Mr.

(Fe fix Frankfurter, born in Au Una, and one oi tht world' i fading rtvolu- fionurtes. it at many targr induttrirt at we could »n J many date (or President of thr Uoitrd States on thr Communist Patn Hillmans dr to thr Congm* of tbr Red Trad* Union Internal! was in "th turn cl Inter- rtings i*nt" -tuh lu' Huuun revolution." With tbii mrruge cater a cablegram ftotn Losovsky. in "subscribing unrrn ■aid good withes of Comrade Foster." hailed tbr Amalg unidn "vor.viously preparing thr omthrow of thr capitj Iiahmrnt of thr dictatorship of tbr proletariat*' in Ametit [On nit mum from th* woe km' fatherland, Fovrr. eraanitrd a campaign for "induunal untoniim" ur Jcr tht autre, n . capable of earning llif •trngglr onward and forward lo lb* eoaipk Ae control of oil todnatrlra by lb* worker* through a Woiirn' Rrpn Mli .' He wa* r*opo*ing roolutiona "R no! Sidney Hillmin went hack to Motcow to bgn hh contrau with the Soviet Government and turn OTO the tlx Soviet Union in tfar fat* of tht United Sliid jownmtnl ba« Sum* ,000 000 00 reached Russia tr U ih U rose*, according to Commonisa «ti mates Ostensibly for "relief." the fundi wm nted largely to (want* tbr hog* Rrd Army needed to kevp thr Russian people in subjection "Thia wm a hand of solidarity whta the So net Union needed it moat." mm) tbr Communist weekly. "and Hi Uman has a letter of thanks from train for it " Encouraged by thu recognition ot. leadership Hillman then turned defeat into victory by joining anti-Communist John L Uw« in otfanizinf the Com mitt r« foe Ind«_ trial Organization. If one were disposed to question whether Hillman's allegiance would be to the United States or to the Communist cause, even in time of war. Scpou u.*u on* of tht otgamttti and a mrmbrr of tht Fxrcut,ct Com imtttt of tht Confrrrntt for Progmuvt Labor Action, tht purpot of whth. recsfe: "IT AIMS TO INSPIRE THE WORKERS TO TAKE CONTROL OF INDUSTRY . ABOLISH THF PRESENT CAPI- TALIST SYSTEU AND BUILD A WORKERS' REPUBLIC."] Sidney will hjv» no hesitancy in denying that he it a Communist. recanting former Ixi J of the Communist Party, is hit book. At other timet Sidney pictured himarlf aa a eonarrvative and reasonable union leader . Sidney discovered that the man at one time had been a minister in the Seventh-Day Ad vent iu Church He contrived to meet him and succeeded in sell tng himtelf at a fellow-worker in the t.ocd'i vineyard "We prayed together." Sidney explained later.

I'oliliral \rtion O.intnill I of ihr CIO to ■ commanding ooiitinu in ihr Ih-roorralw- Party roll* for ■ Know ■mil? Not onlr rank and file voter*, but »matt t*w«Tupennen.

And regardless of the surface facts, it is tree that Earl Browder has been nuiirrminding tht political machinations of Russian-born Sidney Hillman. without question, it the most powerful and important figure in the Democratic Party today ... Roosevelt to run for a 4th Term Neither Earl Bmwdrr nor Sidney Hillman b actually inirrrsttd in a 4th Term for F. At hi* pteaaure Ik summoned part* henwt and rren cabinet members and told them where they got off." For hadn't the Cmmandcr-in Chief ' told Chttnnan Hanncgan: 'CI Mr tt Meything with Sidney"' f A» Chief Political Commiaaar ol the CIO- New Deal- "Democratic Party" convention. faetor J„ ,hr fi n «| ma~ »e1i„ n foe I he- 29 [or unions but ■t the rnlirr Industrial, social and poliliaj of it,, country, and with the single aim of rsriiliuilh establishing a Sot irl dictatorship In the I'nllrd Stair* .

Although President Roosevelt may hare made op hit mind to run for re- election months and months ago. America's No t Communist, was the first to initiate a 4th Tern draft. The nry next day, Sidney Hillman pub- licly urged Mr. Sidney Hillman polled the strings and tbr puppets danced. of L to establish industrial unionism In 1921 he reported to his Moscow masters "The pros per Is of our influencing the Lulsor mntemrnl are mainly in the predominantly Jewish organizations like* the International 1 -.idles' Garment workers.

Browder Under such arcumitance* the American people would find that, a* lut hap pened before, the tiiucuful candidate* who were unprincipled enough to accept rubvenive and un American »upport. too It had to mil him before it wai offered to thr con rent too Hillman rrtn (elected thr candidate for Via Pre* dent, popular news- paper stories to thr contrary notwithstanding l°hr "fight'* for Henry Wallace was strictly camouflage. Sidnry tavr thr "green light" to Senator Harry Truman, who had voted "fight" according to the Communist CIO "yardstick" for subservient public Mrvaats V Then Mr Roosevelt OK J Mr. They used ptckrt linr tactics and carried strangely lettered stgru that wrrr obviously out of character without that vigorous word STRIKE. There is a splendid eliance for our prop ig;in.l • . Tlirrr are grrnl possibilities among llsr aillomoliilr xirlirr-." 10 I.

To thoar who know ju»t what happened it n obviou* that it the current political plan* of the CIO and the Cemmuniitt arc ti I ut if fhrir "Demo- cratic" candidate* are riected or returned to offve all credit will be claimed . to Rich- ard Frankctittren nee Franken*tein Sidney * "food right arm." and to Far! And Sidnry Hillman — nor re a Democrat — had to hr consulted on thr Dem- ocratic ptatform. Sidney Hillman would not havr put hit OJC on anotbrr candidatr in advance of the "fight." But first, before be did this, just to show who was boss. forthwith and without ceremony, tossed into the political aahcan. with rvrrything set to their entire satisfaction, the "comrades." in the guise of delegates, really wrnt to town. They started parades with a strike demonstration atmosphrre. umonc llir I « \- tile Workers; al»o llir I nitrd Minr Worker*.

PAC IN ACTION 49 V VOIl: FOR A SOVIET AMERICA 41 tor YHII. Il dot* tmkt tent* when a realiatk analyut it made of the force* and factor* involved in the 4th Term campaign. end wit he Jut to Schmuel Oilman, alia* Sidney Hillcrun. They would never vote for Harry H a the government payroll. for Bureaucratic Regi- aaentation nor for any kind of despotism There would never be a tingle American vote foe a Soviet America' Therefore the Hillman and Browder strategy is to fight for a 4th Term . with thr molt that be acquired influence and power. Sidney Hillman hat become to powerful that even President Roost- welt had to defer to his wishes — had to find out from thr one time pant* cutter, what coald and what could not be door at thr Democratic convrntion. Not a word about "Drar Henry." friend of thr "common man." If the Communists and the CIO had been sincere in thrir announced deter- mination to renominate Wallace. "Assistant President'' and former United Statrt Supreme Court Justice Jimmie Byrnes, who was.

Ther have aeen the mult and "it don't nuke *en« " But it do*«. a 4th Term in which to consolidate the Left Wing gaint of tht last twelve years and finally to establish a Socialist Soviet America I American Americans, however, would never vote foe Sidney Hillman or Earl Browder. • lor P D R." Browder is "the brain " But, since Communists are not very popular except around Washington, he will stay pretty much in the background. He it a diplomat of the smooth and sinister typt ... and hat slept in both Moscow's Krrmlin and the White House Sidney loves to talk and will be htct J /ram Jkbutfjr during the campaign He hit been tti Ung the workers and Itllmg on* the bosses for forty yrars . cvrn though be dill can't (peak English Hit Ruttun accent wn an asset in his own chosen calling, howrvrr, sad helped him build an mormous following among tb* workers in tbc clochi&f is V dttftiv. "We urge thr nation to draft and elect Franklin Delano Roosevelt for an- other term in Hike," the platform read Nothing more.

Richard Frankeniteen running labor and industry, ind Earl Browder at the political boa dictating from the sidelines If you think this farfetched, conitdec what hi* happened already: read the Red record and see how far the revolutionary forces have progressed toward their goal! almost immediately after the President turned over a half dozen American warships to Soviet Russia. Roosevelt full Communist tupport and made an impassioned plea to the American people to rally behind the 4th Term drive. They put on a "fight" with all tbr trimmings, and "lost" — everything bat the "ssckpot." In (rath, ii waa Sidney Hillman s convention Hr ran the show The old-time political bosses were there, of course But behind the irran Sidney was the arrogant laprr-Soat Perspiring party leaders wm allowed to bask in the ipotlight on tbe con- vention stage They went through the motions They fumed and ranted in stuffy smoke-filled rooma They were bullied and harried and pushed around and (hey knew it' And all tlx while in aolid comfort in hit official convention headquarters-— aa expensively appointed, air conditioned penthouse bungalow atop the Moeri- ton Hotel. government agents ha J raided an illegal Communist convention being held on the tan J dunes of Lake Michigan near Benton Harbor and had seized documents One significant item now in the Federal archives in Washington is a copy of a report by one of Soviet Russia's secret agent* in Amrrica who had been direct- ed to make a survey of the possibilities of "boring-from-within" the A F.

would be tubaervient to tbote tame unit tir rinnrnu America cawt awaken on November 8 1944 to find Sidney Hill man making momcntoo* decuiona for and from the White Hin*e. They supplied balloons and banners and confetti and streamers and even Uncle Sam paper hats to make it tuck like thr rral Mc Coy.

David Dubiniky and bk Socialist followers last no tine in finding "a new political borne and political activity " They called a convention, in up j new political movement, named it the Liberal Partu* and at the first order of business nominated I ranklin D. He made a hit with the leading liberal*, tocul worker* and upliften. It wa» at the Henry Street Settlement that Sidney met Franca Perkim.

Roosevelt as their candidate for Prrti Jeeit tbr first political party to name him for a 4th Term [Dr. a member of Hillman't National Cituem PAC, bt cam* Vice Chairman of iht Liberal Partu Nitbuht it head of tht Union for Democratic Action which tponmred the fun Smear end Purge C oner em tarn, patgn ] On tbr following day tbr Communists disbanded as a political party (so that thry could more successfully bore-lrora-within" tbr Democratic Party), but without delay tbey reconstituted ibemfclves at tbr Communitt Political Associa- tion — changing tbr party name lor the arvmtb time— and endorsed President Roosevelt lor a 4th Term-- a mere formality to ratify tbr official stand talon editorially by tbr Communist nrwipjper. among other imprisoned "workers," be mnwd a post-graduate course in Marxist theories. following an right* month strrtch for revolutionary activity, be fled to England, thro came to Amrrira On August 10, 1907, Sidney Landed at [.lit* Island . They helped bring pressure to beat to insure union "gains" through the strike and. then » leading Go Good rt and subsequently Secretary of Labor in the New Deal Cab- inet.