New York: New York State Committee, Communist Party, 1944. 23p., wraps a bit edge worn with minor soiling.
"Speech to a meeting of New York City communist club leaders, January 20, 1944, supporting Browder's proposals that the wartime national unity line be projected into the postwar period, and that the word 'party' be dropped by the communist organization. Postwar production levels must be raised to permit national unity, while world stability can be based on the Anglo-Soviet-American coalition." *Seidman G285.