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Vol. 13 No. 1, 3 January 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Tito Reveals Basic Economic Cause for Break with Russia, Cominform, by Hal Draper

U.S., Russia Both Stymie UN Action Against Dutch Grab

Press New York DA for Action on Tresca Case

NAM Reflects Profiteers’ Dilemma, by Susan Green

In Next Week’s Labor Action

Poor Poorer, rich Richer: A Bird’s Eye View of Savings (diagram), from Economic Outlook, CIO

WDL Wins Halt in Deportations of Indonesians

What a System!

New York “Divorce Mill” Scandal, by Susan Green

Upper Court Bars Discrimination in New Jersey Swimming Pools

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk & Jack Maxwell

Scoop for the NI!

Like His Job? from Printers Ink

Any of Your Friends Hoarding Diamonds?

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Turbulence in Latin America, by A. Ferrarra

World Politics

Bolivia: Totalitarian Victory an Imminent Danger, by Juan Robles

WP Bulletin

Public Health Interests Capitalists ... When There Is a Profit in It

Breeding Is No Joke

Trotsky on: “United States of Europe”, by Leon Trotsky

Mikolajczyk Makes New Appearance, by A. Rudzienski

A Round-Up of the Year’s Events at Home and Abroad, by William Barton


Vol. 13 No. 2, 10 January 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Asiatic People Rally to Side of Indonesians

UE Local 601 Ranks Rout CP Machine in Election, by Stan Lauren

Danger Signal: Court OKs Ban on Closed Shop

Stalinists Gain Political Initiative in China as Desertions Hit Chiang, by Jack Brad

Why Palestine War Goes On: Britain Desires the Negev, by Al Findley

NMU Risks Damage to Union in Latest Expulsion Moves, by E. Roberts

Kucher Plans Loyalty Board Appeal

News and Views from the Labor Front

Await DA Reply to Hear New Tresca Evidence

Items in the CIO Legislative Program, from Economic Outlook, CIO

Deep Thinkers, quote from Thomas J. Watson

With the Workers Party

Atom Bombs, for Example, quote from Thomas J. Watson

ACEWR Reports Bazaar Income

Reuther Finds Some New Principles, by Ben Hall

World Politics

Editorials

Birds of a Feather, from Nation’s Business

Article on Irgun

Did Gestapo Help Stalin Frame-up Generals

Anti-Imperialist Colonial Front? by R.F.

Lenin: A Cartoon by David Shub, by Tom Conley (book review)

Go Ahead, Bub, Just Choose, quote from Earl Bunting


Vol. 13 No. 3, 17 January 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Truman’s Fair Deal: Gear for War, Hamstring Labor, Promise Reforms

Economic Reports Show State of the Union Is Based on War Economy, by Hal Draper

Labor and the Democratic Party

Rising Unemployment Trend Reported by NY Officials

Socialism in Indonesia’s Independence fight, by Jack Brad

Read Labor Action! In Coming Issues

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk & Jack Maxwell

Article on Irgun

With the Workers Party

Editorials

World Politics

In Italy: Perspectives for Socialist Forces, by A. Demaziere, from La Battalla

No Amateurs Wanted

Dressing Up the Russian Despotism, by Robert Magnus (book review)

“We’ll Teach Those Germans Democracy” Department

Teamster Union Orders Men Through MESA Picket Line

What is Tanmalaka Group in Indonesia? from Robert Magnus (letter)

Strike Paint Concern

Ohio FEPC Board


Vol. 13 No. 4, 24 January 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Trial of 12 CP Leaders Starts in N.Y., by Wyatt Lee

Lobbies Grease Congress Wheels, by Susan Green

Peace Moves Begin as China Regime Totters

21 Lists Make Bid in Israel Election, by Al Findley

Rank and File Completes Win in UE Local 601

Dutch Victories Bring No Peace in Indonesia, by S. Pitt

In Next Week’ Labor Action

News and Views from the Labor Front

With the Workers Party

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk & Jack Maxwell

Discuss “Civil Rights and the Loyalty Purge” at Philadelphia Labor Action Forum

Workers Party Bulletin

Editorials

The DP’s: New Bill in Congress Makes Some Amends, by Susan Green

President Truman Licks the High Cost of Living

London Letter, by George Stone

No Hypocrite, He!

Should We Tell Him? quote from Prof. P.H. Buck

With the Deep Thinkers, from Trends

The Democratic Army for the Brass Only, from Associated Press

In Coming Issues


Vol. 13 No. 5, 31 January 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Quick Repeal of T-H Snagged on Delay Tactics in House, Senate, by Susan Green

Britain Compelled to Recognize Israel as Maneuvers Fail, by Al Findley

UAW Conference Discusses Pension Plans, Political Activity; Hear Labor Party Plea, by Ken Hillyer

Says Support of Kutcher Is Duty of All

China CP Aims at Coalition; KMT Cliques Quarrel, by Jack Brad

Cut Me Loose! (cartoon), by Arnott

See Fresh Leads in Pushing Inquiry on Tresca Murder

Ohio Notes: Settle Midland Steel Strike, by Joe Clark

UE District 1 Stewards Hear Report on Situation of Union

Holds Revisionists Were Guilty, from Arthur H. Kahn (letter)

New York SYL Announces Classes

What Month in 1920? quote from President Truman

Workers Party Bulletin

Lenin – Liebknecht – Luxemburg, by Philip Coben

Eugene V. Debs on the Three L’s, by Eugene Debs

World Politics

Greek Government Seeks Cannon Fodder in the U.S.

Athenian Press Praises N.Y. Times

Utilities Piling It Up (table)


Vol. 13 No. 6, 7 February 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Bill Leaves Injunction Issue Open, by Susan Green

Truman Prepares Ambitious Plan for Control of World by Dollar

Israel Vote a Mandate for Peace; Labor Government Is a Possibility, by Al & Ed Findley

Cites Growing Sentiment in UAW for Political Action, by Walter Jason

CP’s Lawyers Attack Jury Setup, by Wyatt Lee

Coal Bosses Flout Safety Laws, by Gerry McDermott

News and Views from the Labor Front

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk & Jack Maxwell

Workers Party Bulletin

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

An Editorial

World Politics

Summary of Israel Vote (table)

Ain’t It a Pity? Workers don’t Read “Employee” Papers, by G.D. Crain, Jr., from Advertising Age

Are the Chinese Stalinists Different? by Jack Brad

Thoughts on New York Star’s Demise and the Need for a Labor Daily Paper, by William Barton


Vol. 13 No. 7, 14 February 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Truman-Stalin Swap Invites to Peace Talks, Get No Place, by Henry Judd

Trial by Confession Sentences Cardinal; Aimed at Opposition, by Emanuel Geltman

Truman Claims Right to Injunction Power, by Susan Green

Phila. PAC Discusses Action on State’s Anti-Labor Laws

Chicago Printers Get First Break in Long Strike

Palestine Peace in Sight, but Jewish Problem Remains, by Al Findley

Overflow Audience Opens Forum Series, by Stan Grey

WDL hearing to Aiur World Slave-Labor Scandal

News and Views from the Labor Front

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk & Jack Maxwell

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Confessions vs. Evidence, by Max Shachtman

World Politics

Franco: Abstentions in Vote a Blow at Dictator, from La Battalla

New Party in Germany, from La Battalla

London Letter, by George Stone

Think About It!


Vol. 13 No. 8, 21 February 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Says Stalin Warns Chinese CP in Arrest of Strong, by Jack Brad

Longshore Ranks Reject Bridges Layoff Proposal, by S.R.

Atlantic Pact Deal, Secret Diplomacy Revealed in Debate

Diplomatic Cold War Skirkmishes Follow Mindszenty Frameup Trial, by William Barton

Philadelphia Public Transportation Paralyzed by Strike; Union Seeks Better Wage Standards

Unemployment Jumps by One Million, by Susan Green

CP Policy in Trial Dodges Issue of Testing Smith Act, by Wyatt Lee

News and Views from the Labor Front

Japanese “Renunciants” Sue to Regain U.S. Citizenship, by Kiyo Hamanaka

Protest Execution of Jehovah Witness by Greek Government

How the Indonesian Republic Fights On, by Jack Brad

World Politics

Communists Opposed to Cominform Meet, from British Socialist Leader

Rightists Are Victorious in Japanese Elections, by Taketo Yamabe

Why They Confess —

Celebrate 29 Years of Service by League for Mutual Aid


Vol. 13 No. 9, 28 February 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

UAW Conferees Back “One at Time” Pension-Wage Strategy; Ford First, by Walter Jason

Moral Commitment for War Alliance Gets Green Signal

Kutcher Hits Political Blacklist; Asks Clark to Reverse Dismissal

Unemployment Compensation Figures Show Grave Problem for Calif. Labor

Transit Strike Ends in Philadelphia, by Frank Harper

Stalinists Drive Local 638 Out of UE

News and Views from the Labor Front

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk & Jack Maxwell

With the Workers Party

DA Weighs Tresea [sic!] Evidence

Editorials

Russia Wars Against the Polish People, by A. Rudzienski

The Bund, from Jewish Labor Bund Bulletin

Key to A.L. Strong Mystery Still Points to Chinese CP, by Jack Brad

Protest Oliver Twist

Union Guy Tells Only Part of UAW Story, by William Gold (book review)

Stalinist War on Church in East is Not over Religion but Power, by William Barton

Even in Reprisals There’s Graft in Franco’s Spain

Pros and Cons: A Discussion Corner


Vol. 13 No. 10, 7 March 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Armistice Between Israel and Egypt Opens Way for Peace in Palestine, by Al Findley

Slave Labor in All Parts of the World Probed by Hearings, by Wyatt Lee

Truman Tears into Republicans – While Dem Congress Does Nothing, by Susan Green

GPU Agent Replaces Markos in Greece, by Mike Stevens

Sees Gain for GM Labor Despite Escalator Cut, by Joe Hauser

Schapiro Talk on Art and State Jams Second Labor Action Forum

News and Views from the Labor Front

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

  1. [Academic Rights]

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Correction and Apology

World Politics

Push Russification of Eastern Europe, by Jack Brad

Mapai Wins in Histadruth

What Future for American Socialism? by R. Fahan

Knitgoods Union Hits Cardinal’s Frameup Trial, Franco Terror


Vol. 13 No. 11, 14 March 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Noted Scientists Ask U of C Colleagues to Join Kutcher Protest

Vishinsky for Molotov – What’s Behind Change? by Jack Brad

Foster and Denis Pipe Up in Cominform’s Chorus of Pledges to Support Russia

Paris Court Hears Witnesses Indict Stalin Crimes in Kravchenko Suit, by Pierre Colin

Cardinal Spellman Recruits Scabs in Gravedigger Strike, by Wyatt Lee

Washington Case Raises Civil Liberties Issue: Should Stalinists Be Permitted to Teach? by R. Fahan

Kephart Bill Killed in Pa.

News and Views from the Labor Front

Peon, Too, Belongs to the Landlord

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

Philly Cops Raid Social, by Joe Williams

One Third of Negro City Dwellers Earned Less Than $35 a Week

Navy Has Eye on Merchant Marine, from Journal of Commerce

You Write as We Please – Or Else, from N.Y. Times

Workers Party Bulletin

First Step, from AP

Editorials

Rent Control: Congressmen Mail Landlord Attack, by Floria Caplan

Forum on “Asia in Revolt” Marked by Lively Discussion

Forced Labor in Mental Hospitals

Pattern, Endlessly Repeated

Blueprint for Next War

London Letter, by George Stone

With the Workers Party

Slave Labor


Vol. 13 No. 12, 21 March 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

WP Sympathizer Wins Decision in Loyalty Hearings

Southern Dem Filibuster Wins – Truman Vacationing in Florida

Mine Shutdown Warns of Strike on Contract, by Gerry McDermott

Chicago Jim Crow Housing Saved by “Liberal” Mayor

An Editorial

Wire-Tap Circus Comes to Town – O’Dwyer Is Riled, by Wyatt Lee

Compromises Cripple Rent Control Bill, by Susan Green

News and Views from the Labor Front

Shorter Life Experts Make Little Progress, from N.Y. Times

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Is Socialism “Subversive”? Shachtman Testifies for Workers Party, by Max Shachtman

Filibuster Coalition Blocks Legislation, by Susan Green

Editorials


Vol. 13 No. 13, 28 March 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

An Editorial

Landlord Lobby Wins Green Light for Rent-Gouge Bill in Congress, by Susan Green

Atlantic Pact Terms Bind Europe to U.S. in Sweeping War Alliance, by Henry Judd

Jury Selected, Trial of CP Leaders Begins, by Wyatt Lee

“Liberal” Chicago Mayor Boots Civil Rights, and Senator Douglas Goes Him One Better

Stalinist Government Decree Dissolves Mapam in Rumania

Who Won the November Elections?

Gates Presents WP View at Debate on Labor Party

Los Angeles: “Out of Line”? by Mary Bell

In Maryland

Philadelphia UE Locals Consider Program to Meet Unemployment

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

World Politics

Sidney Hook: His New Friends in the Vatican? by R. Fahan

Why Waste Tears on Landlords, from Eugenio (letter)

Shadow of Unemployment Looms Across Nation


Vol. 13 No. 14, 4 April 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett Geltman
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Jack Brad
Hal Draper
Henry Judd

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Stalinist “Peace” Conference Fails, by R. Fahan

Congress Agrees on Legislation to Crack Rent Control, by Susan Green

Reveals Real Identity of Trotsky’s Assassin! by Julian Gorkin

Smith Act Key to Prosecution in Trial of 11, by Wyatt Lee

China CP Set to Take Cities; Peace Unlikely, by Jack Brad

News and Views from the Labor Front

The Warsaw Ghetto: 63 Heroic Days, by Jacques

Polish Regime Murders Bund

Editorials

Public Meetings, Radio Talks Aid Kutcher Defense in Detroit

Will Atlantic Pact Delay War? by Eugene Keller

London Letter, by George Stone


Vol. 13 No. 15, 11 April 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Congress Stalls on Taft-Hartley, by Susan Green

Atlantic Treaty Marks New High in Cold War, by Emanuel Garrett Geltman

Anti-Semitism Growing in Stalin Government, by Al Findley

New Class Bloc Seen as Stalin Aim in Germany

N.Y. Cabby Strike Called by UMW, by William Barton

Two More UE Workers on ‘Risk’ List

Ohio Labor Notes

Revolution as “Secret” Affair, Says Budenz, by Wyatt Lee

Fifth Freedom!

Child Labor

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

World Politics

Kravchenko Trial: The Case of Heinz Neuman, Ex-CP Fuehrer in Germany, by Martin Lain, from La Batalla

From the Socialist Underground in Russia

N.Y. Feinberg Bill Gags Terachers – Dewey Signs It

Employers Claim Split Personality

Incitement to Murder?


Vol. 13 No. 16, 18 April 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Truman Waves A-Bomb; Leaders Plan U.S. Garrison in Europe, by Hal Draper

23 Weeks

CCNY Student Strike Strong Despite Cops, by Leon Mann

Congress Bloc Turns Tame When It Comes to ERP, by Susan Green

News and Views from the Labor Front

Anna L. Strong Reveals Russian GPU Police Terror, but Remains Stalinist Apologist, by Jack Brad

Editorials

World Politics

Science and War: Scientists Wonder If Modern Knowledge Is Boon or Curse, by Justin Graham

Movie Review

Chicken Feed

Maverick Capitalist

N.Y. Cabbies Lose; Lewis Men Did Bad Job

Palestine Armistice Signed by Israel and Transjordan, by Al Findley

Gobbledygook


Vol. 13 No. 17, 25 April 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

For Socialist Democracy! signed by Max Shachtman

ADA Is Still Pulling at Truman’s Coattails, by R.L. Ferguson

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

CCNY Student Strikers Return to Picket Line

Build the ISL Fund Drive Quotas

It’ll Go a Long Way!

Resolution of ISL convention – Part I

Sparks in the News

Enough of a “Cushion”? from CIO News

‘Swing a Vote for a Steak Dinner’, by Susan Green

World Politics

Lecture by Kazin, Howe Fills Hall at L.A. Forum

Crowded Out

With the Independent Socialist League

“Productivity Soars ...”, from Barron’s National Business and Financial Weekly


Vol. 13 No. 18, 2 May 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Fast Pace Set by ISL Fund Drive, by Yetta Barsh

25 Weeks

Truman Health Plan Joins the Waiting Line – for Fast Freeze, by Susan Green

NMU Rank and File Reject Curran’s ‘Loyalty Oath’ Gag by Huge Majority, by R. Gaden

CP Gets Ready to Take All China, by Jack Brad

Stalinists Lose Grip on CIO in Los Angelse by 2–1 Vote

105 at U. of C., Farrell Support Kutcher Fight

Stalinist Line on Zionism Twists Once More, by Al Findley

We’re Sorry

SWP Squirms on Buffalo UAW Vote, by Philip Ganner

Nationwide Opposition Group in UE to Plan Anti-CP Fight at Dayton

CCNY Student Strike Ends

New Subversive Law Clamped on N.J., by Ralph Stiles

Pact Spells out Billions with a ‘B’, by Stanley Grey

Western Union Monopoly Hit by Telegraphers Union

Big Legal Fight On in Cleveland, by Joe Clark

Govt. Parades Stoolies at CP Trial, by Wyatt Lee

ISL Convention Resolution on U.S. Trends – Part II


Vol. 13 No. 19, 9 May 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

ADA Senator Is Weak on Jim Crow, by R.L. Ferguson

Martin Abern (obituary), by Max Shachtman

House Passes Wood Bill, Then Kills It; Taft-Hartley Stays, by Susan Green

Landlords’ “Fair Deal”: Raw Deal for Tenants

ISL Starts Rolling on May Day

ISL Fights to Take WP Off ‘Subversive’ List

Kutcher Defense Loses New Appeal

UE Singer Strike On; Key Fight Unites Men

SWP Squirms on Buffalo UAW Vote, by Philip Ganner

London Letter, by George Stone

Books Received

The Price of Peace Is Going Up Too, by V. Jensen

World Politics

Centralized Germany? by Eugene Keller

Why the Workers Party Formed the ISL


Vol. 13 No. 20, 16 May 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

U.S. Backs Dictators South of the Border, Says Guatemalan Delegate, by A. Farrarra

Ford Provoked Strike; Reuther Faces Hard Test, by Walter Jason

End of Berlin Blockade Launches New Stage in Battle for Germany, by Henry Judd

Morale High in Singer Strike as Company Remains Arrogant, by A. Winters

Build-the-ISL Meetings Rally Support

Bonn Causes Cleavage in SD Ranks, by Eugene Keller

Shachtman Debates A-Pact at U. of C., by Don Harris

Next Week: The RDR Conference

Civil Rights Defense Group Forms in Phila.

U.C. Politics Club Hears Mills, Coser on Socialism

... And Rejected, by Norman Thomas, from Socialist Call

Household Hint, from N.Y. Post

Ohio Labor Notes

Humorous Subject? from National Guardian

View with Alarm, by Lawrence A. Appleby, from Management News

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

[Fund Drive Scoreboard]

Two Tactics, by Gordon Haskell

World Politics

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Gag No. 1 Issued by Pentagon, by Vincent Wheelon

Books for Germany

Books Received

Why Workers Party formed the ISL


Vol. 13 No. 21, 23 May 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
ford Joseph Roan

RDR Holds ‘Anti-War Day’ in Paris, by Pierre Colin

Big Anti-CP Caucus Organized in UE-CIO, by J.B. Terry

Ford Strikers Bitter; Co. Insists on Speedup, by Walter Jason

CP ‘Bureaucratic Revolution’ Rolls over Passive China, by Jack Brad

28 Weeks

Big Ad Campaign Sells Capitalism, by Mike Stevens

St. Louis Students Vote 3–1 for Immediate Admission of Negroes, by Andy Martin

Student Federation Against War Formed by New York Campus Clubs

Coming – Next Week – An Interview with Richard Wright

Labor ’Scope

Good Clean Fun, from New York Times

Over-Enthusiasm

Fact and Fairy Tale on Buffalo SWP Policy, by Murray Davids

Readers Take the Floor ...

Economist Pacelli, by Gordon Haskell

A-Pact in Denmark

British ILP Blasts A-Pact

A Dutch View of the A-Pact (cartoon), by Opland, from De Volkskrant

Dept. of Unbridgeable Gaps (Macdonald Sect.), by Dwight Macdonald, from Politics

Books for Germany

Defending ‘Democracy’

See the Difference? by A.H. Morgensen, from N.Y. Times

Fund Drive Crowds 50%, by Yetta Barsh


Vol. 13 No. 22, 30 May 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Union Busting by Assassination?

Berliners Back Strikers in Mass Violence Against Russian Police, by V. Jensen

How Rumania Cracks Down on Jews, by Eugene Vaughn

UAW Drive on FE Flops; Relied on Red-Baiting Line, by Ken Hillyer

New Strategy at Ford Announced by Reuther, by Walter Jason

The Terminiello Case and the Supreme Court

Richard Wright: On U.S. Politics, by Michel Salomon

Two City Machines Cracked by Voters: Hague, Tammany, by Lee Wyatt

Truman Dumping T-H Repeal, by Susan Green

Labor ’Scope

Fund Drive Needs More Steam – Now, by Yetta Barsh

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

World Politics

Books for Germany

Case Study: Labor Leaders and T-H Repeal, by Jack Ranger


Vol. 13 No. 23, 6 June 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett Geltman

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

30 Weeks

Labor is Losing the Fight on T-H! Mobilize the Rank and File Through a Political Action Congress of Labor!

Reuther Retreats in Ford Strike – Discontent Grows, by Walter Jason

Jim Crow Cracked in Baltimore’s Legit Theater Through Picketing

FBI Case in CP Trial Is Rested; Adds Up to Thirdhand Assertions, by Wyatt Lee

Cites Secret Speech by High Officer on U.S. Militarism

An Editorial

Phila. UE Local Hits Nail on Head in Paper

60% Is In; Now’s the Time for Last Spurt on the Fund Drive! by Yetta Barsh

Ohio Labor Notes

With the Independent Socialist League

Dog-Eat-Dog System, by Congressman Crosser

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

London Letter, by George Stone

TV’s Got a Future: Here’s How to See Eye to Eye with the Boss, by John Barnes

Tapping the Wall St. Wire, by Jack Ranger

Sparks in the News

Cord Meyer and Russia

World Government: Road to Lasting Peace? by Hal Draper


Vol. 13 No. 24, 13 June 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Buckmaster Ouster in URW Resulted from Power Fight, by Bill Hickman

An Editorial

Russians in Retreat at Paris; 4 Powers Stalled over Trade, by Henry Judd

State Dept. Line on A-Pact Wins Out; Senate Committee Gives Rubbery OK, by Hal Draper

Dems Push Brannan Farm Program, by Susan Green

Singer Strike Settles Down to Slugfest; Men Stay Solid, by A. Winters

Murder-Mill in the Mines: Lewis gives Facts of Life – and Death

Bosses Stepping Up T-H Offensive

Labor ’Scope

Every Dollar Counts, by Joseph Roan

ISL Fund Nears the Three-Quarter Mark, by Yetta Barsh

Editorials

Movie Review

One for the Museum

In Memoriam

Farrell: From Studs Lonigan to Horatio Alger, by Stanley Grey

Sparks in the News

East Prussia Under the Russian Heel, by Herman Matzkowitz


Vol. 13 No. 25, 20 June 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Run Labor Candidate in N.Y.!

Berlin RR Strikers Reject U.S. Plan to end Walkout, 6 to 1, by V. Jensen

Stalin Promotes top Anti-Semite to Top Post, by Daniel Davidson

Ruhr Workers Face British Guns to Halt West’s Dismantling Scheme

CP Defense on Anti-Semitism Flops, by Al Findley

Louisville Transit Strikers Run Transportation System! by R. Harris

UAW 4th Round Tested in Buffalo Bell Strike, by Michael Ferris

Violent Strike of Bolivian Miners Confused by Nazi-Peronist Politics, by Juan Robles

Labor ’Scope

Spurt Pushes Fund Drive Near Goal, by Yetta Barsh

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

Howe, Meyer, Raggo in Debate on Ezra Pound Controversy, by Gene Greenberg

Bodossakis – Truman Doctrine Dollars to Greece Flow into Coffers of Greek Tycoon, by Mike Stevens

Book Review

“– And a Pinch of This” (cartoon), by Seamen

Union Officials Secretly on Repub Payroll, by Jack Ranger

Pickets Put Beck in Peck of Trouble, by Vincent S. Wheelon

For the Defense

Brain Twister

Literary Note, from Business Week


Vol. 13 No. 26, 27 June 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

It’s a Free-for-All in N.Y. Politics Now, by William Barton

New International Carries First Report on Ukraine’s Anti-Stalin Underground

Big 4 Talks End with Score of Near Zero, by V. Jensen

Is UAW Still the Vanguard? by Ben Hall

France Is Losing War on Viet-Nam

Maryland’s Infamous Ober Law Will Go to Referendum Vote of the People

Left-Wing Group in Chicago Splits Socialist Party, YPSL, by Max Martin

Philly Branch Calls for Democracy in NAACP Setup, Hits Govt. Purge, by Joseph Williams

ISL Fund Drive Closes: Largest Sum ever collected in Eight-Week Push, by Yetta Barsh

Labor ’Scope

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Philly UE Local Enforces a 5-Day Week by Picketing over Weekends

Editorials

Cardinal Spellman Abuses Call for Full Religious Freedom, by Philip Coben

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

Tanmalaka: Indonesian Republicans Murder Socialist Leader, by Jack Brad

Underground Confab Meets in Spain, from La Batalla

CP Defense on Anti-Semitism Flops, by Al Findley

Profit-Sharing Is a Speedup Plan, by William Barton

“Democrats” at Work


Vol. 13 No. 27, 4 July 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

UAW’s Militant Policy in Jeopardy

Truman Aide Says Rent Freeze IOs Over – Landlords Get “Fair Deal”!

Illegalities in NMU Vote May Annul Referendum, by N. Gaden

Chinese CP Developing New Coalition and New Bureaucratic Ruling Clique, by Jack Brad

UAW Local Proposes That CIO Run Labor Candidate for N.Y. Mayor, by Dan Small

Cal. Farm Strike Goes into Second Year! National Farm Union Growing in State

Broyles Commission Witchhunters Rampage Against Academic Freedom, by Leon Del Monte

34 Weeks

It’s Them Needs It

With the Independent Socialist League

Tout Tip

Readers Take the Floor ...

Editorials

Norman Thomas’ SP Tries to Dodge on A-Pact, Give it Shamefaced Support

Sparks in the News

Cal. ‘Anti-Subversive’ Tenney Bills Would Subvert Democratic Rights, by Gordon Haskell

Sen. Taft: Please Note!

Justice Triumphs

SP Pushes for Merger with SDF

UAW Proud Democratic Tradition Under Attack, by Abe Miller

Labor ’Scope

Ohio Labor Notes


Vol. 13 No. 28, 11 July 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
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EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

End Berlin Strike Under Pressure; Expect Reprisals, by V. Jensen

RDR Conference Affirms Stand Against War Blocs

Senate Government by Injunction Vote: Challenge to Labor, by Susan Green

Bell UAW Strike Ranks Solid, Company Arrogant, by Michael Ferris

What’s at Stake in Witch Hunt? by William Barton

CP Leader Faces Trial in Israel, by Ed Findley

Union Busting Scheme Makes No Headway Against UE Singer Local, by A. Winters

Bolivia Witnesses Intense Social Drama, by Juan Robles

Labor ’Scope

Word of Cheer

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Joseph Roan

This Is Rich

Books Received

News on Poland: Anti-Catholic Drive Is On; Exile Government in Crisis, by A. Rudzienski

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

UAW Proud Democratic Tradition Under Attack, by Abe Miller

Perjury Is NOT the Real Issue in Bridges Case, by Gordon Haskell


Vol. 13 No. 29, 18 July 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

UE District 1 Council Raps Strikebreaking by ALL Governments, by Frank Harper

Truman Report Cheers Profiteers; CIO Proves Case for Wage Boost, by Jack Brad

Reuther Slate Wins; Ranks Down Proposal for Biennial Convention

Britain Decrees Scab Emergency to Break Strike, by Sam Feliks

Russia Reported Deporting Jews to Siberia, by Al Findley

O’Dwyer Still in N.Y. Mayoralty Race; Marcantonio-Connolly Feud Splits ALP, by William Barton

ISL Speaks for WP at Regents Board Fineberg Bill Hearing

Defense Dept. Fingers UE Activists at RCA! by Frank Harper

With the Independent Socialist League

Press Manager’ Press Action, by Joseph Roan

Readers Take the Floor ...

Civil War in Korea, by Jack Brad

London Letter, by George Stone

State Anti-Labor Laws Repealed

An Urgent Need

Anti-Labor Despotism in Stalin Legal Code, by Robert Magnus


Vol. 13 No. 30, 25 July 1949
Labor Action
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EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

N.Y. Regents Hold Quicky Hearing on ‘Subversives’

Reuther Controls UAW Convention but Delegates Uneasy at Trends, by Ben Hall

37 Weeks

London Letter: Attlee Supports Employers’ Case in Dockers’ Strike, by George Stone

Payoff on Strategy: Labor Gives Up Full Fight on T-H, by Jack Brad

Liberal Party in Repub Fusion Move

ADA President and Republican Boss Expose Each Other in Philly Debate, by Frank Harper

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Joseph Roan

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

World Politics

Freudian Economics, by John Barnes

Showing the Dangeer of Thinking on an Empty ... Stomach

Sparks in the News


Vol. 13 No. 31, 1 August 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

What Is Missing in N.Y. Labor Politics (cartoon), by Carlo

Liberal Party’s Capitalist P?olitics Leads to Split over N.Y. Election, by S. Pitt

Truman Arms Bill Raises Temperature of Cold War

NAACP Convention Plans Civil Rights Struggles, by Kate Leonard

An Editorial

Shachtman Lecture Draws Hundred to Confrontation Forum

Bad Weather Hits New york City – Economically Speaking at Any Rate

Truman’s Plea for Faith in Economic System Ignores Capitalism’s Sole Faith: Profits, by Gordon Haskell

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

That’s the Army

British Labor Official Asks Jailing of COs

And Fire When Ready

Russian Underground Fighters Tell of Continuing Resistance in Ukraine

World Politics

British Trotskyists Dissolve RCP, Enter Labor Party as Left Wing

With the Independent Socialist League

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Joe Roan

Independent Socialism and ‘Subversive’ Lists, by Hal Draper

Sparks in the News


Vol. 13 No. 32, 8 August 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Dirt Flies in ALP Split; Connolly Paper Bares Marcantonio Bossism

Truman Brags About Super-Bomb; U.S., Britain Vie on Ore

Churchill-Bevin Spat Tells How FDR Decided a Life-and-Deqath Issue, by V. Jensen

Report Jewish Editors Purged in Stalin Zones, by Ed Findley

CP ‘Refutes’ Slave-Labor Charge – It’s Not ‘Forced’, It’s ‘Compulsory’!

Negro Loyalty Hearing Proves a Flop, by Kate Leonard

Bad Timing for Steel Tycoons

Are They Building Labor’s Political Machine?

Hold Your Nose!

Definition, from St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tapping the Wall St. Wire, by Jack Ranger

Army Jim Crow, by James M. Fenwick

Labor ’Scope

Sparks in the News

Jewish PEN Club Queries Russian Embassy on Purged Writers’ Fate, by Daniel Davidson

Ohio Labor Notes

Essay on Reforms

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Joseph Roan


Vol. 13 No. 33, 15 August 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

U.S. White Paper Writes Finis to Futile Policy in China, by Jack Brad

Truman Pushes Arms Bill; Independent Wester Union Is Europe’s Need, by Emanuel Garrett

Israeli Government Plays Politics with Arab Problem, by Al Findley

UAW Prepares for Action at Ford; Ranks in Fighting Mood, by Ben Hall

N.Y. Liberals OK WAgner; Fusion Upset, by William Barton

Timely Reminder

Sees Spellman Trying to Collect Reward for Vatican Aid in Europe, by Mike Stevens

Freudian or Titoist?

Stalinist President of UE Beaten in Home Local Ballot on Delegates

You’re Excused – For the Language

Byrd Lay eggs

Books Received

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Ohio Labor Notes

Book Review

World Politics

Sex Education in Russia

U.S. Licenses Pro-Nazi German Book

U.S. White Paper Depicts Kuomintang Collapse, by Jack Brad

Congressmen See Philly Slum Area, by Karl Craig

The Ineffable FBI


Vol. 13 No. 34, 22 August 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

5 Percent Is for Small Fry

German Vote Rejects Both Western Occupation an CP

Huge Strike Demonstration in Buffalo Stops Belol Scabs Cold

Ober Witchhunt Law Is Declared Unconstitutional by Maryland Court

Singer Strike Still Solid Despite Bid by Company to Break Ranks, by A. Winters

Shachtman, Brad Headline Education Side of SYL Camp

White Man’s Burden

Jim Crow AMA Makes ‘Friendly’ Gesture – But Negro Doctors Cool to Anti-Health-Bill Plea, by Kate Leonard

Labor ’Scope

“With Liberty and Justice for All”

Readers Take the Floor ...

Ohio Labor Notes

Pros and Cons: A Discussion Corner, by Eugene Keller

Movie Review

World Politics

“Nobody Knows ...”

5 Percenters: It Takes Two to Make a Deal, by Gordon Haskell

Footnote on the White Man’s Burden

Who’s Fostering Pro-Nazism in Germany?

Sparks in the News

AMG-Press Campaign on German Vote Counsels People to Bow the Head

U.S. Court of Appeals Minority Says Subversive List Is ‘Defamatory’

‘Japanese Spy’ Scare Was a Fake

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Joseph Roan


Vol. 13 No. 35, 29 August 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
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EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Tito-Stalin Propaganda War Flares into High as U.S. Grants Aid to Yugos, by Hal Draper

CP Is Preparing for Split from CIO; Dodd Tells Stalinist Plans

Stalinist Leaders in Singer Strike Fear CIO’s Aid, by A. Winters

UAW Strikers Show Bell Brand-New Kind of ‘Back-to-Work’ Movement, by Michael Ferris

Steel Union Reps Prove Workers Have Not Shared in Record Profits, by Susan Green

Canny Retort

Deportation of Jews from Russian Border Areas Confirmed by Israeli Dispatches, by Al Findley

Will Tom Clark Refuse to Take One of His Own Loyalty Oaths?

Keep It Clean!

Moulton Report Proves Possibility of Plenty for All – in a Sane Social System, by Gordon Haskell

Labor ’Scope

Readers Take the Floor ...

Against Company Rule

Excelsior!

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

World Politics, by Henry Judd

Hoover: Back at the Old Apple Stand, Peddling Reactionary Politics, by Larry O’Connor

Here’s Info for SYL Summer Camp

New Change in Stalinist Line Is Due in China, by Jack Brad

Ohio Labor Notes

Philly UE Riled by Daily Worker Lie Switches to Support of Kelly Slate, by Frank Harper

Myth Dies Hard


Vol. 13 No. 36, 5 September 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
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EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

O’Dwyer’s Scabherding in Bus Strike ‘Repays’ Quill Support

U.S. Aid to Tito Grows; Cominform Heads Meet to Plan Counterattaqck, by Hal Draper

‘Remote Control’ Invites Gougers to Lift Rents, by William Barton

Robeson Meet Broken Up by KKK, Vets; Cops Play ’Possum

(Hot) Air Record

Medical Trust Find ‘It Pays to Advertise’ in Press-Bribing Deal

Law and Order

SYL Summer School Schedules Six Lectures by Max Shachtman

UAW Workers Give GM Fisher Body Bosses a Lesson in Labor Solidarity, by Joe Hauser

Ohio Labor Notes

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Joe Roan

For Free Riders

Anti-Marxist Dept.

Readers of Labor Action Takes the Floor ...

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

World Politics

Stalinazism: Latin American CPs Aim at Coalition with Native Nazis, by Juan Rey

Issue in Steel Hearing: Profits vs. Needs, by Susan Green

The Wetbacks: Mexican Labor in U.S. Exploited by Yellow-Dog Peonage System

Plunder in South Africa Hit by WDL slave-Labor Hearing, by Sam Feliks

Sparks in the News

Books Received


Vol. 13 No. 37, 12 September 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

3-Cornered Fight Looms in NMU Around Curran Regime, by N. Gaden

U.S. Wants Solution to Dollar Crisis by Hard Squeeze on Workers, by Henry Judd

Fascist Terrorism at Peekskill Threatens Free Speech for All!

Rent Control Murder Case: Facts Point to Guilty, by Susan Green

Rubber Workers Strike at Goodrich; Company Seeks to Smash Union Gains, by E.J. McLain

Scientists Say Witchhunt System Kills Both Science and Democracy

Five Cents an Hour in Dixieland Hit by Judge, Upheld by Congress

Horse̱s Mouth

Polish CP Uses ‘Statified’ Unions to Attack Workers’ Wage Standards, by A. Rudzienski

Last Call for Customers: SYL’s Summer Camp Starts on the 11th

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Joe Roan

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Three Lines on Tito: Footnote on Politics, by Hal Draper

Tom Clark Gets Bipartisan Promotion for Witchhunting, by Eugene Martell

UAW and Reuther

Tale of 3 Countries

KKK Gets New Race-Hate Merchant, by Bill Hickman

U.S. Occupation Puts Hitler’s Business Tycoons Back in Power in Germany


Vol. 13 No. 38, 19 September 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Steel Union Retreat Weakens Fourth-Round CIO Wage Campaign, by Susan Green

UE-CIO Unity Is Threatened by Stalinist Split Maneuvers

Curran Abuses Democracy at NMU Convention, by R. Gaden

UAW Bell Workers Resist Company Attempts to Break 14-Week Strike, by John Barnes

$20 Million U.S. Loan Primes Tito in Struggle with Kremlin

Which Is Worse?

Ohio Labor Notes

Left, Right Center – Vivid Book on Political Groups in U.S. Labor, by Frank Harper

Sparks in the News

UAW and Reuther

Revolt in Bolivia, by J. Rey

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

How Come? Saw Towns in Ruins – And Factories Untouched by Bombs, by George Maranz

Can It Be the End of a Beautiful Friendship? Wallace Tells Stalinist ALP Machine He Won’t Run for Senate, by Jack Brad

U.S.-British Conference Ends with Dollar Crisis Unsolved, by Henry Judd

Fellow Traveling Intellectuals Seen Bucking Dictation from French CP

Election Campaign in New York Promises Plenty of Mud, but Little Enlightenment, by William Barton

With the Independent Socialist League

Skoglund Deportation Stopped by Decision of Immigration Tribunal

Turnabout


Vol. 13 No. 39, 26 September 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Curran Plan for NMU Purge Loses as Convention Defeats Steamroller, by N.R. Gaden

British Cut Pound, Bow to U.S. Demand, Place New Burden on Labor, by Stewart Pitt

UE Leaders Carry Split Motion at Convention

Steel Workers Face Hard Battle to Win Pensions, Other Demands, by Susan Green

SYL Scores Success in Camp School

UAW Takes First Step to Organize Unemployed

Use Rajk Confession Trial to Smear Tito as Agent of Western Imperialism, by Hal Draper

Urban League Convention Continues Tepid Resistance to Jim Crow, by Kate Leonard

Ford Hails Strike

What Devaluation Means to the British, by Henry Judd

Split in Ranks of Mapam Threatened by Its Pro-Stalinist Orientation, by Ed Findley

A Socialist Portrait of Reuther and the UAW, by Max Shachtman

Kerensky: At It Again, by A. Rudzienski

Movie Review

Books for Germany: Help Build Socialism!

More Reviews Praise Book on UAW, Chrysler Local Paper Boosts It

Labor ’Scope

Correction

Minority Resolution at UE Confab Scores Leaders’ Do-Nothing Record


Vol. 13 No. 40, 3 October 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

NMU Independents Gear to Take Fight to Rank and File, by N.R. Gaden

On the Tightrope – Tito (cartoon)

U.S. Loses Monopoly on A-Bomb; Arms Race in Super-Weapons Looms, by Emanuel Garrett

Yugos Adopt New Role in UN, Hit 1936 Purges, by Hal Draper

Now It’s Told: Anti-Note Shot ‘In King’s Name’, from Socialist Leader

Bell Strikers reject company Move to Break Union, Tighten Up Ranks, by Michael Ferris

Russia Has Bomb – What’s Next as Second Stage of Cold War Opens? by Henry Judd

Medical Lobby Goes in for Smear Politics

CP Leaders Out to Rule or Ruin Opposition UE Local in Chicago, by Eli Mallett

A Slow Boat to Truman

Books Received

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Bolivian Pendulum: Stalin-Nazi Putsch Loses, Dictatorship Threat Grows, by Juan Rey

In Memory of Heroes: Warsaw’s Three Insurrections During War, by A. Rudzienski

News from Nigeria: Heart of Africa Stirs Against British Rule, by Okabo

Ford Local Says Howe-Widick Book on UAW Is ‘Best Analysis Yet’

Newest Biography of Stalin Gives a Balanced Portrait, by R. Fahan

Sees Titoism as Fuse for Explosion of Balkan Powder Magazine in War, by A. Rudzienski

Mixed Economy

Fantastic

Then and Now


Vol. 13 No. 41, 10 October 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

UAW Men Disappointed by Contract with Ford, by Walter Jason

Why Big Steel Forced a Strike: Aims to Revive Taft-Hartleyism, by Susan Green

UAW Charges Wall Street Uses Bell Strike to Test New Bust-Union Plan

Big Steel and Bell Test New Anti-Labor Drive

Air-Bombing of Bell Strikers, Attacks on Women, Fail as Labor Aid Pours In

Puerto Rican’s Bitter About U.S.’s ‘Conscription Without Representation’

Associated Press Is Still Anti-Labor

Shachtman Reports on Europe’s Socialist Movement to Over 250

Steel Strike Raises Some Basic Issues in Militant Unionism and Class Politics, by Gordon Haskell

Labor ’Scope

Buffalo UE Local Gets Report on Split Fight

U.S. Tax Gimmick Subsidizes Lobby for Reactionaries

Philly ISL Forum Series Launched by Howe Lecture on UAW Trends

Tito’s “Left Wing”: Fossil Trotskyists Whitewash Tito Regime, by Hal Draper

Book Review

Ukrainian Refugees: Revive Political Tendencies in DP Camps and Canada, by A. Rudzienski

Michigan CIO and Briggs-UAW Organs Recommend Howe-Widick Book Warmly

Economic Snags and Purges Haunt Stalinist Power Behind the Iron Curtain, by Hal Draper


Vol. 13 No. 42, 17 October 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

$ecurity (cartoon)

Navy Chiefs Charge Publicly U.S. Planning War by Terror and Mass Civilian Slaughter

House Bill to Expand Social Security Was Won by Strikes, by Emanuel Garrett

Dewey’s Fact-Finding Board Is a Maneuver for Bell Corp., by Michael Ferris

France Faces New wave of Strikes for Workers’ Demands, by Saul Berg

The Civil Rights Picture – 1949, by Kate Leonard

Army Invades Washington Schools with ‘ Cadet Corps’ Military Program, from Labor

S.F. Bay Area Notes

UE Westinghouse Local in Philly Backs Pro-CP Slate by Close Vote, by Frank Harper

Four Freedoms for America! (cartoon), by Carlo

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Warren’s “Classes”: Prof. Describes Society à la Cholly Knickerbocker, by Hal Draper

Stalinism Is Not Socialism! signed by Harry Fleischman (for Socialist Party), Max Shachtman (for Independent Socialist League) & August Claessens (Social Democratic Federation, in a personal capacity)

Sparks in the News

More Reviews Praise Howe-Widick

China Stalinists Set Up New State, by Jack Brad

Farmers Prosperous? 80 Per Cent Are in the Same Boat as Labor, by Mike Stevens

Quality of Mercy

God, Inc.

Quiet Steel Strike Contrasts with Bell Violence; City Council Pins Responsibility on Corporation


Vol. 13 No. 43, 24 October 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

A Blow to Democracy, a Gift to the Kremlin, by Max Shachtman

CP Unions Get Ready to Split from CIO as Convention Nears, by Ben Hall

Congress of Colonial Peoples Unites African, Asian anti-Imperialist Fighters, by Saul Berg

Lewis Asks Joint Labor Fund to Aid Steel Strike, by Susan Green

Discontent Spreads in UAW ranks Against Ford contract Provisions, by Walter Jason

Battle of the Pentagon Reflects Clash over Methods, Aims in U.S. Imperialism, by Stewart Pitt

N.Y. Election Campaign Compounded of Dirty Politicking and Confusion, by William Barton

S.F. Bay Area Notes

Ohio Labor Notes

Capture of Canton Will Test Ability of Chinese CP to Stabilize Regime, by Jack Brad

World Politics

Hear, O Stalin!

Safety

Richard Wright, Famed Negro Novelist, Sends Message Backing Colonial Congress

Smithz Gag Act Won – Democracy Lost, by Wyatt Lee

Fog Over Progress, from N.Y. Times

Farm Equipment–UE Merger Set; Casts Light on CP Plans in CIO, by Ken Hillyer

Singer Workers Retreat After Long Strike; CP Local Leaders Blamed, by A. Winters


Vol. 13 No. 44, 31 October 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Build a Labor Party! (cartoon), by Carlo

It’s Tough Going for Strikes Today: What’s CIO’S Answer?, by Ben Hall

Detroit NAACP Wars on Restaurant Jim Crow, by Lou James

Cast a Socialist Protest Vote in the New York Election!

French SP, CP Lose Hold on Labor as Government Crisis Deepens, by Saul Berg

N.J. Loyalty Oath Killed by Court

Navy Men Blasted Strategic Bombing – When They Failed to Get Their Share, by Sam Feliks

Readers Take the Floor ...

Unspoiled Natives, from London Daily Express

Books Received

Pensioning a Dream: What’s Happened to the Horatio Alger Legend? by Stan Grey

World Politics

John Dewey at 80: Salute to a Genuine Liberal and a Courageous Intellectual, by R.F.

Kostov and Tito: Yugos Back Up GPU Charge against Purged “Titoist”, by Jacques

Books for Germany: Help Build Socialism!

CIO News, National Organ, Boosts UAW and Reuther by Howe-Widick

Sparks in the News

Judge Medina versus Judge Holmes on “Clear and Present Danger” Doctrine, by Stan Grey

Ohio Labor Notes [should be S.F. Bay Area Notes]

Calamity Judd

Marxist Atoms

Portrait of Steel Workers’ Rally: There’s No Talk of Quitting Fight, by Mike Stevens


Vol. 13 No. 45, 7 November 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

Hoffman Warns Europe to ‘Integrate’ Economy, by Sam Adams

Murray Takes Burocratic Road to Purge CP Gang in CIO, by Walter Jason

Bell Strikers Go Back; to Fight Case of 22, by Michael Ferris

Titoism Infiltrates the French CP

Western Union Makes Brazen Bid for 100% Monopoly on U.S. Funds

GOP Offers a Red Herring to Philly Voters, by Karl Craig

KKK, Out in Open in Florida, Appeal to “Good” Jews and Negroes, by Stetson Kennedy

State Vet Bonus in Pennsylvania to Be Voted On

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Cripps on Devaluation, from The Choice for Britain, by Stafford Cripps

Silver Lining: Economist Sees Cold War as a Boon to Capitalism, by Hal Draper

Howe, Dudley Debate Labor Party at U. of C. Politics Club

Sparks in the News

Ilya Ehrenburg Peglerizes America

Series of Chicago Lectures by Howe Includes Radio Forum, SYL Meetings

UAW Local 7 Paper Calls Howe-Widick Book ‘Masterpiece’

AMA’s Campaign Against ‘Compulsory’ Health Program Reeks of Hypocrisy, by Kate Leonard

Cal. ACLU Warns Against Witchhunt, Offers Legal Protection to Victims, by Gordon Haskell

Rights Cases Up to Supreme Court


Vol. 13 No. 46, 14 November 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

ECA Plan for Union of Europe Breaks Down, by Mary Bell

Russian General, Blood of Warsaw on His Hands, Heads Polish Army

It’s CIO vs. CP – Split Raises Basic Issues of Unionism

DeGaullists Lose Heavily, CP Holds in French Vote, by Saul Berg

Pot-and-Kettle Campaign in N.Y. City Elects O’Dwyer; Davis snowed Under

Big 3 to Meet Again over Germany, by Henry Judd

The Bell System

U.S. Steel Gets Its Signals Mixed

Free Enterprise

CP Control in Philly UE Losing as Many Locals Choose CIO, by Frank Harper

Jim Crow in Africa

Hypocrisy of Schizophrenia

S.F. Bay Area Notes

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Crisis Technique: Army Seeks to Reactivate Machinery of Conscription, from Conscription News

Fear of Titoism Holds Back Russian Tyranny in Polish Satellite – Up to Now, by A. Rudzienski

Sparks in the News

The Big Stick: U.S. Blackjacking Cuba and Mexico for Bankers

NAM Organizes Propaganda Drive to Infiltrate Educational Systems, from Labor

In Memoriam: Polish Revolutionary Socialist Dies; Refused to Bow to Stalin, by A.R.

New French Cabinet Shifts to Right, by Philippe Richard

Opium Note, from Time

Setting an Example

One for the Museum

Footnote

Teaching Democracy to the Japanese

On the Ground Floor

With the Independent Socialist League

The Military Mind

Force and Violence


Vol. 13 No. 47, 21 November 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

UE Locals Voting for CIO as Fight for Control Rages

Russians Act to Clip Titoism in China; Spanish CP Cracks; Anti-Tito Purge On in Poland, by Max Shachtman

To Defend Democracy

Vicious Decisions of Dewey’s Board Soak Bell Strike Heads, by Michael Ferris

The International of Slanderers

Reuther Offers Program for Better GM Contract Than at Ford in 1950, by Walter Jason

GM Profits Hit New All-Time High; Vets Cash Refunds to Pay Debts

Next Week

UAW-Fair Deal Candidate for Mayor in Detroit Beaten in Racist Campaign, by Walter Jason

Readers Take the Floor ...

Anti-Samson Law

CIO Gains in Philly UE, Still Faces Rough Going in Westinghouse Local, by Frank Harper

ACEWR to Hold Christmas Bazaar

Chaotic Fight as Stalinists Attempt to Block Ohio UE Trend in CIO, by Joe Clark

Peron’s in Trouble: Class Struggle Mounts in Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, by Juan Rey

Tito Crisis Widens, Threatens Bases of Stalinist Rule in Eastern Europe, by A. Rudzienski

Sparks in the News

Crisis in AVC: What’s Happened – and Why? from Labor Vets Bulletin

Sparks in the News

World Politics

Labor Support Decisive in Electing Dems – But What Will Labor Get


Vol. 13 No. 48, 28 November 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
Joseph Roan

More UE Locals Join CIO; Carey Hits ACTU Power Bid

Curran Tries to Clamp Dictatorship over NMU; United Ranks Hold Hall, by N.R. Gaden

French Rightist Unions Call General Strike; Anti-CP Unity Forms, by Saul Berg

New Issue of C.I. Due This Month

Cotton Pickers in Calif. Beat Associated Farmers

SP Says No More Campaigns, to Let Members Support Dems in Elections

Westinghouse UE Elects CIO Men, by Frank Harper

S.F. Bay Area Notes

Labor ’Scope

I.F. Stone, Baldwin to Be Speakers at Rally for Kutcher Defense Case

With the Independent Socialist League

Sparks in the News

Stalin’s Grand Duke: Will History repeat for Marshal Rokossovsky? by A Rudzienski

Unsolved RDR Crisis Brings Dissolution Demand in Paris

Hollywood vs. Jim Crow: A Negro Looks at Three Recent Films, by Arthur Winsten, from New York Post

Picture in Three Panels: Who’s Got the Welfare in the “Welfare State”, by Justin Stewart

Swedish Bull’s Eye

Books for Germany: Help Build Socialism!

Roughing It

Nailing the Newspaper Lies on NMU Meeting

U. of C. Regents Hedge on Academic Freedom, by A. Garber


Vol. 13 No. 49, 5 December 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
ASSISTANT EDITORS:
Mary Bell
L.G. Smith

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
L.G. Smith

Spanish CP Heads Tagged as Titoist

Court Voids Feinberg Law – Unconstitutional

Independent Committee Formed to Investigate Curran Bossism

Wash. Papers Reject Anti-A&P Advertisements

U.S., Russia Woo German Sentiment

Socialist Vote in New York Drops in Mayoralty Race

French Labor Stages General Strike, by Saul Berg

Let It Percolate Thru

Bulgarian Satellite Fuehrers Worried over Opposition in Coming Elections

Titoist Leaflets Forcecd Kremlin Hand in Spurring Polish Purge Campaign, by A. Rudzienski

Birthday Beating

S. Africa Defies UN on Land Grab

British Socialists Meet on European Unification

Ben-Gurion on Pauker

Books Received

Titoism and Independent Socialism, by Hal Draper

  1. The Yugoslav Split and the Nature of Stalinism

World Politics

Whitewashing Nazis: Reply to SWP Apologetics for Bolivian Trotskyists, by Juan Rey

But the Horse Died: Can Price-Support Plan Save Nation from Slump? by Gordon Haskell

S.F. Paper Praises UAW-Reuther Book

IUE-CIO Gaining Further Ground in Philadelphia, by Frank Harper

Labor ’Scope

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

N.Y. CIO Council Supports Kutcher

Ohio Labor Notes

Where Are All the Widows and Orphans?

Readers Take the Floor ...

Sparks in the News

ACEWR Bazaar Offers Bargains to Aid European Workers’ Relief

Doing Well Thank You

Books for Germany: Help Build Socialism


Vol. 13 No. 50, 12 December 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
ASSISTANT EDITORS:
Mary Bell
L.G. Smith

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
L.G. Smith

Curran Frames Independent Opposition Leaders in NMU, by N.R. Gaden

O’Dwyer Wants a Raise but Cuts Relief Checks

New CIO Electrical Union Convention Maps Plans, Line, by Gordon Haskell

AVC Fate Still Hangs in Balance After Confab, by R.L. Ferguson

Tito Stages Confession Trial to Hit at Russia, by Sam Feliks

Ex-GE Official Warns Danger of Monopoly Power

French Imperialism Ravages Algerian Villages to Terrorize Nationalists

European Intellectuals Protest Franco Terror, by Wilebaldo Solano

Israel-Jordan Peace Hung Up on Issue of Jerusalem, by Al Findley

Labor ’Scope

Truman OKs Anti-Jim Crow Housing Order, by Herman Sweets

Right – Dress!

Press Manager’s Press Action, by L.G. Smith

Just Envious

Spelling It Out

Russification at Peak in Rumania and Hungary

Sparks in the News

Titoism and Independent Socialism, by Hal Draper

  1. National Stalinism: The Basis of Titoism

Militarization in America: Documented Study of Trends, by Philip Coben

Not in the Headlines

Spanish Stalinist Leaders Publish Charges Against Catalan CP Head, by Ramon Puig

It Is Better to Give ...


Vol. 13 No. 51, 19 December 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
ASSISTANT EDITORS:
Mary Bell
L.G. Smith

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
L.G. Smith

Europe Suspects M-Plan Strings

New Union World Body, Repudiating Stalinism, Faces Catholic Issue, by E. Garrett

Company Asks UAW to Write Witchhunt into Union Contract

UN Assembly Ends Talkfest but World’s Problems Remain, by Gordon Haskell

Constitutionality of Rent Law Upheld by Supreme Court

UN Settles Jerusalem – On Paper, by Al Findley

Doctors’ Trust Holds Powwow to Plan Attack on Health Insurance Program

Titoist Etaoin Shrdlu [sic!]

ILG Faces ‘Discipline’ for Supporting Morris, by Mary Bell

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

The Militarization of America, [by Philip Coben]

  1. Military Men Infest Washington Posts

J. Parnell Thomas, Leading Patrioteeer and Witchhunter, Goes to Jail as Thief

Press Manager’s Press Action, by L.G. Smith

Titoism and Independent Socialism, by Hal Draper

  1. Pro-Titoism Outside the Russian Empire

Not in the Headlines

Kostov Repudiates Confession at Bulgarian Anti-Tito Trial, by Sam Feliks

Industrial Killer: Business Neglect Caused Donora Smog Disasters

The Army Is Willing

AMA War Chest

Gov. Warren’s Jobless Solution Delights Private Enterpreise, by A. Garber

UMW Pension Fund Improves Miners’ Lot, by George Bates

Liberal ‘Stalinophobia’ Weakened Fight on Feinberg Law, Helping CP Line, by Philip Coben


Vol. 13 No. 52, 26 December 1949
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interest of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Hal Draper
ASSISTANT EDITORS:
Mary Bell
L.G. Smith

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Hal Draper
Albert Gates
Emanuel Garrett

BUSINESS MANAGER
L.G. Smith

Atomic Project: Peace on Earth (cartoon), by Carlo

NMU Independent Group Pledges Hard Fight for Union Democracy

Socialists in Italy Form New Party, by Saul Berg

“Welfare State” or Garrison State, by Mary Bell

N.Y. City Relief Cut Is O’Dwyer’s Xmas Greeting, by Henry Ferret

Kostov Execution Oils Single-Party Election Farce in Bulgarian Vote, by Sam Feliks

Lest We Forget: Stalin’s Birthdays

Labor ’Scope

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Ohio Labor Notes

Viet-Nam Leader for Neutrality in War

Press Manager’s Press Action, by L.G. Smith

CP Expels Zyromski

Hershey Likes His Job

Youth and Student Corner, by Julius Falk

World Politics

Titoism and Independent Socialism, by Hal Draper

  1. Pro-Titoist Tendencies Among Anti-Stalinists

Not in the Headlines

Books Received

1949 Index to Labor Action

Turncoat

Students vs. Jim Crow


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