An American foreign policy for peace. This speech by the Presidential candidate of the Communist Party, dealing with an American foreign policy to maintain peace, was rendered by electrical transcription in Symphony Hall, Boston, Mass., on October 6, 1940. The substance of this speech was delivered over the coast-tocoast network of the Columbia Broadcasting System on October 10, 1940. Earl Browder.

An American foreign policy for peace. This speech by the Presidential candidate of the Communist Party, dealing with an American foreign policy to maintain peace, was rendered by electrical transcription in Symphony Hall, Boston, Mass., on October 6, 1940. The substance of this speech was delivered over the coast-tocoast network of the Columbia Broadcasting System on October 10, 1940

New York: Workers Library Publishers, [1940]. 14p., wraps, paper slightly browned. Speech given during the Hitler-Stalin pact. *Seidman B555.

Cat.No: 95134

Price: $15.00