The Pro-Red Orchestra Starts Tuning Up in the U.S.A., 1941

Published: 1985-10-01

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Table of Contents

  1. Opinions and Opinion Makers in the U.S.A.
  2. Winston Churchill as a Factor Influencing Americans at the Outset, June 1941
  3. Initial Reaction of Interventionist Spokesmen and Press to the Soviet Entry into the European War
  4. Some Diplomatic and Economic Straws in the Wind
  5. The Roosevelt Administration and Press Supporters Lean Toward Aid at the Time of the August 1941 Atlantic Conference
  6. The Main Pockets of Resistance to Supporting Stalin
  7. American Communists as a Complication in the Soviet Aid Debate
  8. Time, Corporate America and "Culture" Contribute to the Confusion
  9. New Voices in Behalf of Assistance to Stalin, at Home and Abroad
  10. Continued Annoyance from Influential Anti-Soviet Liberal Personalities, While Pro-Aid Forces Gain in Academe
  11. October, 1941 Polls Register a Gain in Aid-to-Stalin Sentiment
  12. President Roosevelt Creates a Diversion Over the Religious Issue
  13. Diplomatic Moves Toward Vastly Increased Military Aid to Stalin
  14. Culture, Big Names and the Well-Placed Lend Their Assistance to the Building Pro-Soviet Bandwagon
  15. Echoes of the Religious Dust Up Reverberate
  16. British Propaganda Diversions, and Related American Anglophile Support for the Growing Enhancement of Stalin
  17. Fellow Travelers Domestic and Foreign Add Their Bit
  18. Vote of No Confidence from the Saturday Evening Post/Some Practical Consequences of Soviet Aid Get Aired
  19. The Origins of "Second Front" Talk in the West, and the Impact of Soviet Aid Production on American Labor and Business/ Businessmen
  20. Pearl Harbor Forces a Temporary Diversion in the Overall Drive to Assist the Soviet Union
  21. Reactions and Second-Guessing Following Stalin's Avoidance of Involvement in the War Against Japan
  22. The Dimensions of the Propaganda War as Waged by the Authors and Publishers
  23. The Ante Rises After Pearl Harbor on Production and Appropriations for Stalin/Davies' Book Mission to Moscow Sets the Tone on the Adulation of Soviet Communism for the Rest of the War
  24. Notes, 1-25
  25. Notes, 26-100
  26. Notes, 101-211

Copyright 1985 by James J. Martin.

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Author(s): James Joseph Martin
Title: The Pro-Red Orchestra Starts Tuning Up in the U.S.A., 1941
Sources: The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 6, no. 3 (fall 1985), pp. 261-368
Published: 1985-10-01
First posted on CODOH: June 29, 1995, 7 p.m.
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