|Statement||Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, first session.|
|Series||86th Congress, 1st session. House report, no. 259|
|LC Classifications||JK2391.C5 U47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||59060888|
United Front technique of the Southern California District of the Communist Party. Report and appendix xiv p., wraps worn, ex library, a few illus. US. 88th congress, 1st session, House report no. Union Calendar no. (Inventory #: ) Democratic Socialist Club: University branch of the Socialist Party; and the Young People's. The Communist Party is organized into local Clubs across the country. Those clubs are organized into Districts. To contact the local party organization, find the district office or contact closest to you. You can click on the map above or find the district contact information below. New York (District 2) at some points accounted for % of party members. [read full report] New England (District 1) and Chicago (8) were next in strength in the s but in the following decade the party faded in New England while becoming important in California (13) and Washington (12). (Reference HCUA, H. Rept. , Apr 3, , "Report on the Southern California District of the Communist Party". The Citizens Committee To Preserve American Freedoms was cited as being a Communist front organization by the HCUA on April 3, Author: Ateqah Khaki.
The far left government of California is clearing the way for its employees to be openly communist. On May 9, , AP (always sympathetic to the Left) reported: Lawmakers narrowly approved the bill to repeal part of a law enacted during the Red Scare of the s and ’50s when fear that communists were trying to infiltrate and overthrow the U.S. government . Full text of "Western section of the Southern California District of the Communist Party. Hearings" See other formats. 5. A Resolution from the Southern California Convention urging that the "Communist Party USA make a priority [of] the struggle to make Cesar E. Chavez’s birthday, Ma an official Federal holiday." 6. A Resolution from the Minnesota-Dakota District Convention which opposed government subsidies for corporate farms but called for. The Daily Report, the Sun-Telegram and the Progress-Bulletin all objected to a gag order issued in December by a Superior Court judge forbidding publication of the names of prisoners at Chino's California Institution for Men who testified at a trial for a .