American Communism and Soviet Russia: The Formative Period

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In the following Notes, sources are usually given in full on their first appearance. Some government sources, however, are so cumbersome that it seemed best to list them here in full in order that the reader may be able to refer to them, if necessary, with greater ease.


GOVERNMENT SOURCES

Hearings Before the Subversive Activities Control Board : Official Report of Proceedings Before the Subversive Activities Control Board: Attorney- General of the United States versus Communist Party of the United States of America ( Washington, D.C.: typewritten record, 1951-53).

References to this source are given as Subversive Activities Control Board. However, in addition to the testimony, I have been able to consult the Exhibits, which were not made part of the public record; these instances are indicated in the Notes. This source, minus the Exhibits, is available on microfilm in several large libraries throughout the country.

Hearings Regarding Communist Espionage : Hearings Before the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, 81st Congress, 1st and 2nd Sessions ( Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1951), one vol.

Investigation of Un-American Propaganda Activities in the United States . Hearings Before a Special Committee on Un-American Activities (Dies Committee), House of Representatives, 75th-76th Congresses ( Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1939-1940).

References are given as Investigation of Un-American Propaganda Activities. Unless otherwise noted, all references are to the Hearings. In Chapter VIII, however, there are several references to the Executive Hearings, a series containing testimony originally given to the same committee

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