Author : Goff Kenneth
Title : Confessions of Stalin's agent
Year : 1948

Link download : Goff_Kenneth_-_Confessions_of_Stalin_s_agent.zip

I was born and raised in a conservative southern Wisconsin community. While working on a weekly newspaper in 1935, I received a letter through the FERA informing me that I could attend without cost, a "Worker's School'' at the University of Wisconsin. I accepted the offer, went to Wisconsin and enrolled. It was a typical New Deal project, completely Communist controlled. We were daily taught in the class rooms how to organize a worker's society. The alleged advantages of a Socialist or Communist system were constantly discussed. In the evening, students would gather around the piano and sing revolutionary songs, such as the "The Internationale." One night, a student invited a group of us to attend a closed Communist lecture. The meeting was held in the basement of the home of a Party member. The speaker was a young man from New York by the name of Cohen. He gave a report on the Seventh World Congress of the Communist Party. He called us Liberals, and said we were like armies without generals, or plans to carry out our campaign. He said our hit-and-miss policy would lead the working classes to destruction. Only by developing trained leadership could we attain the goal of a new World order, or international Communism! Cohen declared that the Communist Party was the vanguard of the masses and its membership comprised the generals for the coming revolation. ...