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The communist controversy in Washington: from the New Deal to McCarthy
Harvard University Press; Oxford University Press, 1966. viii+446 pp.
Communist party (United States)
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Congressional committee investigations into activities of the
Communist party from the early 1930's to 1953.
Harvard University Press; Oxford University Press
Harvard univ. pr. Oxford univ. pr. (London). LC 66-14447 $7.95
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