The Secret World of American Communism
Yale University Press, Sep 1, 1996 - History - 348 pages
The hidden world of American communism can now be examined with the help of documents from the recently opened archives of the former Soviet Union. Interweaving narrative and documents, the authors of this book present a convincing new picture of the Communist Part of the the United States of America (CPUSA), providing proof that it was involved in espionage and other subversive activitives. 16 illustrations.
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chapter three The Secret Apparatus of the CPUS
chapter four The Secret Apparatus Branches Out
chapter five Other Faces of the Secret World
chapter six The American Communist Party the Secret
chapter seven The American Communist Underground
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