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Gilbert G. Benjamin, Jr. Subversive Activities Collection

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Subversive Activities – California Legislature

Subversive Activities – Federal Government Investigations

Political and Social Movements – Literature



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Title: Gilbert G. Benjamin, Jr. Subversive Activities Collection, 1918-1975Save to your list.

ID: URB/GGB

Primary Creator: Benjamin, Gilbert G., Jr. (1918-)

Extent: 8.5 Linear Feet

Arrangement:

Series I: Subversive Activities – California Legislature, 1943-1975

Series II: Subversive Activities – Federal Government Investigations, 1947-1974

    Subseries A: House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), 1946-1967

          Subseries 1: California, 1951-1963

          Subseries 2: United States, 1946-1967

    Subseries B: House Committee on Internal Security, 1970-1974

    Subseries C: Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, 1951-1975

    Subseries D: Senate Committee on Labor & Public Welfare, 1951

    Subseries E: Congressional Record, 1947-1965

    Subseries F: Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1960-1968

Series III: Political and Social Movements – Literature, 1918-1973

Date Acquired: 04/00/1995

Subjects: Benjamin, Gilbert G., Communism - California, Communism - California - Los Angeles, New Left, Riots - United States, Student movements, Vietnam War, 1961-1975

Forms of Material: Paper records, Publications

Languages: English

Abstract

Gilbert G. Benjamin, Jr. became a Special Agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1946, after serving in the US Navy during the Second World War. He worked in Virginia and the District of Columbia before being transferred to the Los Angeles Field Office in 1957. The collection documents "subversive" and "communist" activities in the United States through printed reports, statements, and testimony before the House Committee on Internal Security (formerly the House Un-American Activities Committee), as well as the Senate Committee on the Judiciary's Sub-Committee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws.

Biographical Note

Mr. Gilbert G. Benjamin was born in Iowa City, Iowa on 17 October 1918. His family moved to Los Angeles in 1926, when his father became a member of the History Department at the University of Southern California (USC). Gilbert Benjamin attended 24th Street Elementary School, Mt. Vernon Junior High and Los Angeles High School. Upon completion of his secondary education he entered the University of Southern California.

After graduating from USC, he became employed by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation as an investigator in their Personnel Department. During World War II, Mr. Benjamin served in the United States Navy from 1944 until the end of the war. After returning from military service, Mr. Benjamin applied to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and became a Special Agent in 1946. Between 1946 and 1956 he served in Virginia and the District of Columbia. During his tour in the District of Columbia office, he was assigned duties in the Domestic Intelligence Division.

In 1957, Mr. Benjamin was transferred to the Los Angeles field office. The majority of his service while in Los Angeles was in the area of Domestic Intelligence. The material on subversive activities contained in the Gilbert G. Benjamin Collection was collected while on duty in Los Angeles “either by personal contact or through informants.” The McCarthy Hearings material and related HUAC printed government documents were mailed to Mr. Benjamin periodically by associates in the FBI during the time of the hearings.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Gilbert G. Benjamin, Jr. Subversive Activities Collection documents "subversive" and "communist" activities in the United States through printed reports, statements, and testimony before the House Committee on Internal Security (formerly the House Un-American Activities Committee), as well as the Senate Committee on the Judiciary's Sub-committee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws. Also included are Congressional Record statements made by Senator Thomas J. Dodd on the Vietnam War, and reports and statements given by J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to the House Un-American Activities Committee. The collection has been arranged into three series: Subversive Activities – California Legislature (1943-1975), Subversive Activities – Federal Government Investigations (1947-1974), and Political and Social Movements Literature (1918-1973).

Series I, Subversive Activities – California Legislature, consists of materials documenting communist activities, criminal justice and related "subversive" activities in California written by the Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice, Assembly Interim Committee on Elections and Reappointment, Joint Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities and the Senate Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities. The reports are arranged by committee and chronologically therein.

Series II, Subversive Activities – Federal Government Investigations, consists of documentation of various topics such as the Black Panther Party, college and university civil disorder, Senator Thomas J. Dodd, Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, J. Edgar Hoover, National Lawyers Guild, "New Left" movements, Linus Pauling, riots, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, Soviet propaganda, student/youth movements, and Vietnam. This series has been divided into six subseries: Subseries A, House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) (1946-1967), consists of documentation from the state of California and the Federal Government and is arranged alphabetically. Subseries B, House Committee on Internal Security (1970-1974), consists of documentation of subversive activities after the scope of investigations moved into areas beyond the traditional focus on communism. The documents are arranged alphabetically. Subseries C, Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws (1951-1975), consists of documentation of investigations and hearings before this senate body. The material is arranged alphabetically. Subseries D, Senate Committee on Labor & Public Welfare (1951), contains one report on communist domination of labor unions. Subseries E, Congressional Record (1947-1965), consists of several speeches of Senator Thomas Dodd on the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and the Vietnam War. Speeches are arranged alphabetically. Subseries F, Federal Bureau of Investigation (1960-1968), consists of agent field notes giving background history of communist activities in the United States as well as reports, statements and testimony by FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.

Series III, Political and Social Movements – Literature, contains booklets, flyers, pamphlets, political postcards and related printed items documenting the political ideologies and activities of a large variety of home grown progressive and right wing organizations. The items were collected by Mr. Benjamin both in the line of duty and as a personal collection of memorabilia. Groups represented include: the American Civil Liberties Union, Citizens Committee to Preserve American Freedoms, Communist Party of California, Constitutional Educational League, Inc., Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.), Labor Research Association, The Trade Union Unity League and Young Communist League, and others. Examples of Mr. Benjamin's interests include material on the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.) "New Left" Movements, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Student/ Youth Movements, Trade Union Unity League and the Young Communist League. The files are arranged alphabetically by name of organization if known, or by author and publisher.

Subject/Index Terms

Benjamin, Gilbert G.
Communism - California
Communism - California - Los Angeles
New Left
Riots - United States
Student movements
Vietnam War, 1961-1975

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections & Archives

Access Restrictions: The collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions: Copyright for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator(s) of this collection has not been transferred to California State University, Northridge. Copyright status for other materials is unknown. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Acquisition Source: Ruth Benjamin

Preferred Citation: For information about citing items in this collection consult the appropriate style manual, or see the Citing Archival Materials guide.

Processing Information: Robert G. Marshall, Carol Gallegos, and Jackie Rojas, August 1995

Finding Aid Revision History:

Autumn Hayner, January 2005

Special Collections and Archives staff, 2012

Other Note: Processing staff for this collection were supported by a generous gift from the J. Paul Getty Trust.


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Series III: Political and Social Movements – Literature, 1918-1973Save to your list.
Box 10Save to your list.
Folder 18: Agreement on Ending the War and Restoring Peace in Vietnam: Documents, Helsinki, Information Centre of the World Peace Council, 1973Save to your list.
Folder 19: American Civil Liberties Union, Southern California Branch, "Crime in Los Angeles: The Causes and the Cure", 1924 June 11Save to your list.
Folder 20: American League Against War and Fascism, Los Angeles, "Why Fascism Leads to War," by John Strachey, March 1935Save to your list.
Folder 21: American League Against War and Fascism, New York, "Wouth Manifest Against War and Fascism," ALAWF, Youth SectionSave to your list.
Folder 22: American Youth Congress, "Youth Speaks For Itself," by William W. Hinckley, Reprint, Progressive Education Association, 1936 January 14Save to your list.
Folder 23: Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Primer on Communism, A Fact-By-Fact Exposé, Freedom Pamphlet Series, 1951Save to your list.
Folder 24: Betts, Rovert, "Reds Grow Bolder On Campuses," Reprint, The Post-Advocate, May 1969Save to your list.
Folder 25: Browder, Earl, Production for Victory, New York, Workers Library Publishers, December 1942Save to your list.
Folder 26: State of California, State Fire Marshal, Division of Fire Safety, Arson and Sabotage Investigation, 1940Save to your list.
Folder 27: Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Combating Subversive Activities in the United States, Washington D.C., ca. 1935Save to your list.
Folder 28: Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Mailer and Resolution, 1935 May 2Save to your list.
Folder 29: City of Chicago, "The Official Report of the Chicago Riots (Complete)," Reprint, Wheaton, Illinois, 1968 September 6Save to your list.
Note: See also - Congressman James C. Corman Collection, Group No. 7
Folder 30: Chinese Nationalist Party, Los Angeles, Our Common Cause With China Against Imperialism and Communism, by Paul Linebarger, Los AngelesSave to your list.
Folder 31: Christian National Crusade, Treason in Washington, Exposed by Senator McCarthy, 1950Save to your list.
Folder 32: Citizens Committee to Preserve American Freedoms, Courage Is Contagious: The Bill of Rights versus The Un-American Activities CommitteeSave to your list.
Folder 33: Communist Party of California, "For Peace, Freedom, Prosperity, Socialism," The 1948 Election Platform of the Communist Party, San FranciscoSave to your list.
1948
Folder 34: Communist Party of Los Angeles, "Working Class Against Capitalist Class," Election Platform of the Communist Party of U.S. A., L.A. Section, ca. 1932Save to your list.
Folder 35: Communist Party, Michigan District, "The Great Sit-Down Strike," by William Weinstone, New York Workers Library Publishers, Inc., March 1937Save to your list.
Folder 36: Communist Party of Southern California, "A Communist Talks to Students," Remarks of Dorothy Healey, October 1963Save to your list.
Folder 37: Communist Party of the United States, "Why Every Worker Should Join the Communist Party," New York, Workers Library Publisher's Inc.Save to your list.
Folder 38: Constitutional Educational League, Inc., Communist Carpetbaggers in Operation Dixie, by Joseph P. Kamp, New York, 1946Save to your list.
Folder 39: Constitutional Educational League, Inc., 1937Save to your list.
Folder 40: Dilworth, Nelson (R-CA), "A Freedom Manifesto," Souvenir Edition, 1955 April 16Save to your list.
Folder 41: Dunne, William F, The Supreme Court's Challenge to LaborSave to your list.
Folder 42: Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, The Watkins Decision of the United States Supreme Court, June 17, 1957, An Historic Rebuke to the Committee on Un-American Activities of the House of Representatives, New York, 1957Save to your list.
Folder 43: "The Fascist Menace in the U.S.A.," San Francisco, Underhill Publishing Co., April 1934Save to your list.
Folder 44: The Free Society Association, Inc., Protest: What is the Meaning of the New Student Left?, December 1965Save to your list.
Folder 45: General Electric, Employee and Plant Community Relations Services Division, "What to do about Communism in Unions," by L. R. Boulware, 1952Save to your list.
Box 11Save to your list.
Folder 1: Hall, Gus, "Marxism and Negro Liberation," New York, New Century Publishers, May 1951Save to your list.
Folder 2: Huberman, Leo, The Labor Spy Racket, New York, Modern Age Books, Inc., 1937Save to your list.
Folder 3: Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.), Building Construction Workers' Industrial Union, No. 330, "To All Building Workers in Los Angeles and Vicinity," Los AngelesSave to your list.
Folder 4: I.W.W., California Branch of the General Defense Committee, "Make Your Voice Be Heard"Save to your list.
Folder 5: I.W.W., California Branch of the General Defense Committee, "Mass Meeting - Walker Auditorium," Los Angeles, ca. 1920-ca. 1929Save to your list.
Folder 6: I.W.W., California Branch of the General Defense Committee, "Mass Meeting! Protest Against the Strangling of Labor," Walker's Theatre, Los Angeles, ca. 1920-ca. 1929Save to your list.
Folder 7: I.W.W., California Branch of the General Defense Committee, "Out of Their Own Mouths," Statements of the Three Men Who Sent One Hundred Men to Prison Under the Criminal Synicalism Law, San FranciscoSave to your list.
Folder 8: I.W.W., Foodstuff Workers' Industrial Union, No. 460, "Hotel and Restaurant Workers Wake Up!"Save to your list.
Folder 9: I.W.W., General Construction Workers' Industrial Union, No. 310, "Construction Workers! Let's Organize Our Job this Summer!", 1923Save to your list.
Folder 10: I.W.W., General Defense Committee, Open Letter to President Harding, Chicago, Illinois, ca. 1922Save to your list.
Folder 11: I.W.W., General Defense Committee, "On the Outside" Postcard to Honorable Calvin CoolidgeSave to your list.
Folder 12: I.W.W., Los Angeles Office, California Defense Committee, "Let Us Have The Truth", ca. 1923Save to your list.
Folder 13: I.W.W., Los Angeles Office, California Defense CommitteeSave to your list.
Folder 14: I.W.W., Los Angeles Office, California Defense Committee, "Why and What is the I.W.W.? And What It Is Not"Save to your list.
Folder 15: I.W.W., Marine Transport Workers' Industrial Union, "Workers of the World Unite!"Save to your list.
Folder 16: I.W.W., One Big Union Club, "Why One Big Union," New York, February 1936Save to your list.
Folder 17: I.W.W., Print and Publishing Workers Industrial Union, No. 450, "Is Any Printing Union Card Worth While?"Save to your list.
Folder 18: I.W.W., San Pedro, California, "Mobscalds Children - Workers Tarred Feathered and Robbed"Save to your list.
Folder 19: International Labor Defense, "Lynching Negro Children In Southern Courts," New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 20: International Labor Defense, "Under Arrest! Union Workers Self-Defense in the Courts," New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 21: International Moulders Union, Tom Moody Moulders Defense Committee, Labor Leaders Betray Tom Mooney, San Francisco, January 1931Save to your list.
Folder 22: International Workers Order, This is your Enemy, A Documentary Record of Nazi Atrocities Against Citizens and Soldiers of Our Soviet Ally, New York, ca. 1942Save to your list.
Folder 23: Jewish Current, Vol. 19, No. 1, January 1965Save to your list.
Folder 24: Jones, Hays, Seamen and Longshoremen Under the Red Flag, New York, Workers Library Publishers, Inc., June 1935Save to your list.
Folder 25: Labor Research Association, The Frame-Up System, by Vern Smith, New York, International Pamphlets, No. 8, 1930Save to your list.
Folder 26: Labor Research Association, Profits and Wages, by Anna Rochester, New York, International Pamphlets, No. 16, 1932Save to your list.
Folder 27: Labor Research Association, Speeding Up The Workers, by James Barnett, New York, International Pamphlets, No. 6, 1930Save to your list.
Folder 28: Labor Research Association, Spying on Workers, by Robert W. Dunn, New York, International Pamphlets, No. 17, 1932Save to your list.
Folder 29: Labor Research Association, The Yellow Dog Contract, by Elliot E. Cohen, New York, International Pamphlets, No. 21Save to your list.
Folder 30: Los Angeles Committee for Defense of the Bill of Rights, "Defense 1968: Peace - Freedom - Foreign Born", 1968Save to your list.
Folder 31: Los Angeles County, Harold W. Kennedy, County Counsel, Special Report on the Counsel on Problems Created By Recent United States Supreme Court Cases Affecting the Communist Party and the Twenty Year Fight of the County of Los Angeles against Subversion and Communism, 1964 August 19Save to your list.
Folder 32: Los Angeles Du Bois Clubs, ca. 1966Save to your list.
Folder 33: Losovasky, A., The International Council of Trade and Industrial Unions, New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 34: Losovasky, A., The Role of the Labor Unions in the Russian Revolution, New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 35: Magil, A.B., The Truth About Father Couglin, New York, May 1935Save to your list.
Folder 36: Marx, Karl, Wage-Labor and Capital, Pocket Library of Socialism, No. 7, New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 37: The Minority of One, Newsletter, September 1962Save to your list.
Folder 38: The Minority of One, Newsletter, November 1962Save to your list.
Folder 39: The Molotov Paper on Nazi Atrocities, New York, The American Council on Soviet Relations, 1942Save to your list.
Folder 40: "NAACP Urges Valley Mass Race Meeting," Valley-Times Today, 1963 July 25Save to your list.
Folder 41: National Committee To Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee, Los Angeles, House Un-American Activities Committee: Bulwark of Segregation, by Anne Braden, ca. 1963Save to your list.
Folder 42: National Committee Unemployed Councils, Make the Democrats Keep Their Promises, Unemployment Series, No. 4, New York, June 1933Save to your list.
Box 12Save to your list.
Folder 1: National Committee to Secure Justice, "Never Losing Faith," New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 2: National Foremen's Institute, Inc., "Sabotage: How to Guard Against It," A Manual for Industrial Workers, New London, Connecticut, 1950Save to your list.
Folder 3: National Textile Workers Union, Gastonia: Citadel of the Class Struggle in the New South, by William F. Dunne, New York, 1929Save to your list.
Folder 4: Needle Trades Workers' Industrial Union, Local Los Angeles, "Second Annual Pageant and Ball," Souvenir Program, 1929 October 19Save to your list.
Folder 5: Pauling, Linus, "The Danger of Nuclear Holocaust," Reprint from Frontier, October 1961Save to your list.
Folder 6: The Peace Officers' Association, State of California, A Peace Officers' Manual for Combating Subversive Activities, Sacramento (2 copies), 1935 January 20Save to your list.
Folder 7: Pepper, John, "Why Every Miner Should be a Communist," Workers Library No. 6, New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 8: Pioneer, Magazine for Workers' and Farmers' Children, Vol. 1, No. 1, New York, May 1931Save to your list.
Folder 9: Pioneer, Photograph Reproductions Regarding Young Communist Movement, ca. 1931Save to your list.
Folder 10: Pomerantz, Charlotte, A Quarter-Century of Un-Americana: A Tragico-Comical Memorabilia of HUAC, New York, 1960Save to your list.
Folder 11: Progressive Labor Party, A Plan for Black Liberation, Brooklyn, New York, January 1969Save to your list.
Folder 12: Provisional International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers, "Economic Struggle of Negro Workers," by J.W. Ford, New York, 1930Save to your list.
Folder 13: Provisional International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers, "Negro's Struggle Against Imperialism," by James W. Ford, New York, 1930Save to your list.
Folder 14: Rabbinical Council of America, "The Status of the Jews Behind the Iron Curtain," Reprint from New York Journal American, ca. 1956Save to your list.
Folder 15: Report of the First American Rank & File Labor Delegation to Soviet Russia, New York, 1928Save to your list.
Folder 16: Rosenberg, Ethel & Julius, Death House Letters, New York, 1953Save to your list.
Folder 17: Julius Rosenberg, Ethel Rosenberg, and Morton Sobell vs. The United States of America, Supreme Court of the United States, Transcript of Record, Vol. I, Book 2, 1952 June 7Save to your list.
Folder 18: Julius Rosenberg, Ethel Rosenberg, and Morton Sobell vs. The United States of America, Supreme Court of the United States, Transcript of Record, Vol. II, Book 2, 1952 June 7Save to your list.
Folder 19: Julius Rosenberg, Ethel Rosenberg, and Morton Sobell vs. The United States of America, Supreme Court of the United States, Transcript of Record, Vol. II, Book 3, 1952 June 7Save to your list.
Folder 20: Rosenberg, Stuart E., "Soviet Aims to Destroy the Identity of Its Jews"Save to your list.
Folder 21: Scottsboro Boys, Post Card to Governor B.M. Miller, Montgomery, AlabamaSave to your list.
Folder 22: The Socialist Party of Canada, The Slave of the Farm, ca. 1918Save to your list.
Folder 23: Tenney, Jack B., Zion's Fifth Column - A Tenney Report, Tujunga, California, February 1953Save to your list.
Folder 24: The Trade Union Educational League, "William F. Dunne's Speech at the American Federation of Labor Convention, Portland, 1923," Chicago, 1923Save to your list.
Folder 25: The Trade Union Unity League, The Trade Union Unity League: Its Program, Structure, Methods and History, New YorkSave to your list.
Box 13Save to your list.
Folder 1: The Trade Union Unity League, Problems of Strike Strategy, New York, ca. 1929Save to your list.
Folder 2: The Trade Union Unity League. The Trade Unions Since the National Recovery Act.: The American Freedom of Labor, Company Unions Trade Union Unity League Unions, Independent Unions, by Nathaniel Honig, New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 3: University of California, Office of the President, Analysis of the thirteenth Report of the State Senate Fact-Finding Subcommittee on Un-American Activities, October 1965Save to your list.
Folder 4: U.S.A., "The Destruction of America-Student Subversion," Special Issue, New York, 1968Save to your list.
Folder 5: Vietnam, "Get Out of Vietnam Now!," San Francisco March, ca. 1960-ca. 1969Save to your list.
Folder 6: W.E.B. Dubois Club, Insurgent, Vol. 1 No. 4, New York, September 1965-October 1965Save to your list.
Folder 7: Ware, Clarissa, The American Foreign-Born Worker, New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 8: Weingberg, Siegfried, An American Worker in a Moscow Factory, Moscow, Co-Operative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers in the U.S.S.R., 1933Save to your list.
Folder 9: Widener, Alice Teachers of Destruction: Their Plans for a Socialist Revolution, An Eyewitness Account, Epilogue by J. Edgar Hoover, The Citizens Evaluation Institute, Publishers, ca. 1970Save to your list.
Folder 10: World-Wide Unemployment: 20,000,000 Unemployed, New York, Workers Library Publishers, ca. 1930Save to your list.
Folder 11: Young Communist League, A Program for American Youth, Manifesto and Resolutions of Seventh National Convention, Young Communist League of U.S.A., 1934 June 22-1934 June 27Save to your list.
Folder 12: Young Communist League, A Short History of the Young Communist League of the Soviet Union by A. Afonin, Moscow, 1934Save to your list.
Folder 13: Young Communist League, Life With a Purpose, New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 14: Young Communist League, No Jobs Today: A Story of a Young Worker in Pictures, by Phil Bard, New YorkSave to your list.
Folder 15: Young Communist League, Young Communists and Unity of Youth, by Gil Green, New York, October 1935Save to your list.
Folder 16: Young Communist League, Young Communists At Work, by Dora Zucker, New York, January 1934Save to your list.
Folder 17: Youth Commission, Communist Party of the U.S.A., Young Communist, Vol. 1, No. 2, November 1966Save to your list.
Note: photocopy
Folder 18: Young Workers' League and Freiheit Yugent Club, "Sixth Annual Moonlight Dance," Program, Co-Operative Auditorium, Brooklyn Ave., Los Angeles, 1928 February 11Save to your list.
Box 17Save to your list.
Folder 23: Civil Liberties Committee of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends: The Use of the Fifth Amendment, March 1957Save to your list.
Folder 24: Committee of One Million. Against the Admission of Communist China to the United Nations: The Lesson of China's LossSave to your list.
Folder 25: Subversive Activities Control Board, Thirteenth Annual Report, 1963 June 30Save to your list.
Folder 26: U.S. Department of State, The Communist Economic Threat, March 1959Save to your list.

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