• Creator
  • Gundlach, Ralph
  • Created Date
  • 1948
  • Description
  • In this letter Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington Ralph Gundlach writes to Howard Fast concerning a Canwell Committee witness George Hewitt. Gundlach writes “He perjured himself in three respects; Said he met Mrs. Florence B. James in Moscow in 1932; that she was there to learn how to spark the infiltration of communism into culture, etc. Mrs. James can prove she was on the west coast that year. He asserted that Mel Rader ... more
    In this letter Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington Ralph Gundlach writes to Howard Fast concerning a Canwell Committee witness George Hewitt. Gundlach writes “He perjured himself in three respects; Said he met Mrs. Florence B. James in Moscow in 1932; that she was there to learn how to spark the infiltration of communism into culture, etc. Mrs. James can prove she was on the west coast that year. He asserted that Mel Rader and I were at the 1st school set up by the National Educational Board for the Communist Party, following the discussion in Moscow. Biehl Farm near Kingston NY. 1938, 1939; (maybe even it was in 1940 he says over the phone to the local prosecuting attorney).”. less
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    Letter (correspondence)
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