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Parker, William (H.)

844, 847, 864
Parris, Guichard.

768
Patterson, Ellis E.

849
Patterson, William L.--.

756, 893
Peters, J. (also known as Alexander Stevens; Blake; Isador Boorstein;

Alexander Goldberg; R. Goldberger; Steve Lapur; Steve Miller; J. V.
Peters; Jack Roberts).

852, 853
Petrick, Howard.

900, 901
Pettee, George S.

829
Philip, Cyril.--

892
Pierre, Peter.

919
Pike, Douglas.

850
Pittman, John.

887, 893
Poole, Elijah Muhammad.

920, 921
Poulson, Norris..

834
Powell, James.

774, 905, 907, 910
Price, Richard

916
Proctor, Roscoe

883
Putnam, George.

773

R

Randolph, A. Philip-
Richardson, Gloria H.
Riley, Clayton.
Rittenberg, Sidney-
Robertson, James -
Robeson, Paul.
Robinson, Jim.
Rockne, Knute..
Rogers, Nahaz...
Romney (George)
Roosevelt (Franklin Delano)
Rosen, Milton.-
Rubin, Daniel
Rusk (Dean)

768
916, 917

916

873
907, 908, 910
888, 893

919

771
917, 918

775

849
894, 895, 898

878
858, 872

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Sarnoff, Irving-

727, 851
Schaefer.

822
Scheer, Mortimer...

894, 895
Schenck..

822
Schwarz, Fred

737
Sharrieff, Raymond X. (real name Raymond Hatchett).

921
Shaw, Edward

900
Shriver (Sargent)--

744
Shuttlesworth, Fred L.

915
Sobell, Morton

901
Spaulding, Asa T.

717, 718, 748, 762, 763-767 (testimony)
Spaulding, C. C. (Charles Clinton).

766
Stalin (Josef)---

849, 884, 885
Stanford, Maxwell Curtis, Jr..

911
Strong, Anna Louise.

868
Strong, Augusta (Mrs. Joseph North)

893
Supriano, Harold

890
Sutherland, Elizabeth.

912

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Yorty, Samuel W..
Young, Whitney M., Jr.
Younger, Evelle J.

725-728, 833-859 (testimony)

718, 767-769 (statement)
718–720, 769-790 (testimony),

ORGANIZATIONS

A
ABC. (See Any Boy Can.)

Page
ACLU. (See American Civil Liberties Union.)
ACT..

729, 917, 918
Ad Hoc Committee on the Middle East (see also Youth Against War and
Fascism) -

906
Afro-American Research Institute, Inc.-

916
Afro-American Student Movement (see also Revolutionary Action Move-
ment)--

911
Afro-American Youth Council (see also Revolutionary Action Movement). 911
Afro-Americans Against the War in Vietnam.--

901
Afro-Americans for Halstead and Boutelle (see also Socialist Workers
Party)--

900
Alexander Defense Committee (see also Socialist Workers Party)

900
All-China Federation of Trade Unions...

867
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): Southern California.

848
American Youth for Democracy-

851
Any Boy Can (ABC)--

716, 738–745, 747, 750

B

911, 912

913

BAND. (See Blacks Against Negative Dying.)
Black Guard (see also Revolutionary Action Movement) -
Black Liberation Movement..
Black Muslims. (See Nation of Islam.)
Black Panthers.-
Blacks Against Negative Dying (BAND)--

784
906

С

CERGE. (See Committee to Defend Resistance to Ghetto Life.)
CIA. (See U.S. Government, Central Intelligence Agency.)
CORE. (See Congress of Racial Equality.)
CPUSA. (See Communist Party of the United States of America.)
China Peace Committee..

869
China Women's Federation.

871
Civil Rights Congress---

756
Comintern. (See International, III.)
Committee for GI Rights (see also Youth Against War and Fascism)---- 906
Committee to Aid the Bloomington Students (see also Socialist Workers
Party)

900
Committee to Defend Resistance to Ghetto Life (CERGE) (see also
Progressive Labor Movement (PLM)).

894
Committee to Defend the Rights of Pfc. Howard Petrick (see also Socialist
Workers Party)---

900
Committee to Oppose the Deportation of Joseph Johnson (see also Socialist
Workers Party)--

900
Communist League of America (Opposition) -

899
Communist Party, China---

904
Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA).

718, 726,
734, 759, 768, 784, 834, 835, 843, 849, 853, 879-881, 883-890, 904
National Structure:
Central Committee..

851
National Committee.

883, 888, 890, 894
Negro Commission.

882, 884
National Conventions and Conferences:

Sixteenth Convention (February 9-12, 1957, New York City)--- 886
Seventeenth Convention (December 10-13, 1959, New York
City)---

885, 886, 894
Eighteenth Convention (June 22–26, 1966, New York City) 882,

883, 887, 890
States and Territories: Illinois..

888
Communist Party of the United States of America (Marxist-Leninist)---- 784

Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) (originally formed as Committee of Page
Racial Equality)--

729, 873, 919, 920
Constitutional Liberties Information Center-

900
Council of Soviet Youth Organizations.-

890

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FOR. (See Fellowship of Reconciliation.)
FSV. (See Free Speech Movement.)
Fair Play for Cuba Committee:
Greater Los Angeles (Chapter)

900, 916
Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR).

919
Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee

901, 904
Fort Hood Three Defense Committee.

901, 904
Free Speech Movement (FSM)--

890
Freedom Now Party-

729, 901, 916, 919
Freedom Socialist Party of Washington (State)

908
Freedomways Associates, Inc.

892
Friday Night Socialist Forums (see also Socialist Workers Party).

900
Friends of SCEF.

915
Friends of SNCC.--

912

817, 894

H
Harlem Defense Council (see also Progressive Labor Movement) ---

I
International, III (Communist) (also known as Comintern)--

Sixth World Congress (July 17 to September 1, 1928, Moscow).
International, IV (Trotskyite)
International War Crimes Tribunal.

852

899
899, 909

904

J
Jamaica (N.Y.) Rifle and Pistol Club (see also Revolutionary Action

Movement)--
John Birch Society-

911
888

K
KPOL (Radio station, Los Angeles) -

772
KTLA (Television station, Los Angeles).

773

L
LASO. (See Latin American Solidarity Organization.)
Labor Youth League--

851
Labor's Nonpartisan League.

850
Latin American Solidarity Organization (LASO).

913
First Conference (July 31-August 10, 1967, Havana, Cuba)

877
Liberation Committee for Africa---

916
Los Angeles Committee for Protection of Foreign Born.-

900
Los Angeles Police Department -

838-840, 891

M
M2M. (See May 2nd Movement.)
May 2nd Movement (M2M) (see also Progressive Labor Movement
(PLM))

894
Merit Publishers (formerly Pioneer Publishers).

900

Page
Militant Labor Forums (see also Socialist Workers Party)

900
Monroe Defense Committee..

904
Mothers' Defense Committee (see also Progressive Labor Movement
(PLM)).

894
Movement for Puerto Rican Independence.

-904, 907
Muslim Mosque, Inc. (See Nation of Islam.)

N

NAACP. (See National Association for the Advancement of Colored

People.)
NOI. (See Nation of Islam.)
Nation of Islam (NOI) (also known as Muslim Mosque, Inc.; and Black
Muslims)

729, 745, 916, 920, 921
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)---- 717,

751, 752, 754-758, 768, 772, 916, 917
41st Convention, Boston, Mass., June 23, 1950.

755
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights.

757
National Maritime Union..

756
National Mobilization Committee

901, 904, 907
National Urban League, Inc.-

718, 767-769 (Statement), 916, 917
Public Relations Department.

768
New Left Club (University of North Carolina).

895
North Vietnam Peace Committee.--.

890

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PLM. (See Progressive Labor Movement (or Party).)
PLP. (See Progressive Labor Movement (or Party).)
Peace Action Council.--

727, 851
People's Organizations of China.

867
Prensa Latina (Cuban news agency)-

816
Progressive Labor Movement (PLM) (or Party (PLP))

729,

817, 847, 872, 873, 894-898, 907
Founding Convention (April 15–18, 1965) -

896
Harlem branch..

897, 898
National Coordinating Committee.

897
Pvt. Stapp Defense Committee (see also Youth Against War and Fascism) 906

R

RAM. (See Revolutionary Action Movement.)
Rally of People Fom All walks of Life in Peking Opposing U.S. Imperialism
and Supporting the American Negroes' Struggle:
First rally, August 12, 1963, Peking, China ..

866-869
Socond rally, October 10, 1963, Peking, China..

869, 870
Red Guards

868
Republican Party:
Republican Coordinating Committee.

774
Revolutionary Action Movement (RAM).

729,
744, 745, 784, 817, 873, 904, 907, 910, 912, 916
Revolutionary Committee of the Fourth International (see also Spartacist
League)

908
Revolutionary Tendency of the SWP (see also Spartacist League).

907

S

SCEF. (See Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc.)
SCHW. (See Southern Conference for Human Welfare.)
SCTC. (See Student Committee for Travel to Cuba.)
SNCC. (See Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.)
SNICK. (See Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.)
SSOC. (See Southern Student Organizing Committee.)
SWP. (See Socialist Workers Party.)
Socialist Workers Campaign Committee (see also Socialist Workers Party).

900

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