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Waterbury

a. speaker

at

the Peoples Party Fifth

Congressional District

Convention which was scheduled

to be

held at

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ll GA,&#39;1iaterbury, Conn.on July18,

1948.

 

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appointed

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National

to be

held in

Philadelphia, Pa.

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23, 191,8,

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housing, and

civil

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problems of

minority groups,

the subject

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country or of inflation build for

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peace and

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atthe

Labor Temple,

GoffeStreet,

New Haven, C-onn. on October

19, 1943,

at which

time she

discussed "Red Baiting". The

subject also

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Italy. When

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Anna Louise Strong!, and indicated that

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