No Artist ‎– Fortify Our Freedom

Vinyl, LP


A1 Spread Of Communism At Home And Abroad
A2 Chronology Of The Communist Party Of The United States
A3 Deceit Of American Communists
A4 Communist Party's Open Defiance Of American Freedom
A5 Communist Infiltration Of Legitimate American Causes
A6 New Marxist Youth Organization - The Du Bois Clubs
A7 Communist Speakers At American Educational Institutions
A8 Communism And Youth
A9 FBI Counter-Intelligence Vs American Communists
A10 Communist Exploitation Of Minorities
A11 American Communists Vs American Policy On Viet Nam
A12 Campus Speaking Engagements Of American Reds
A13 Communist Dogma
B1 Subversive American Communist Publications
B2 The Communist Conspiracy And American Businessmen
B3 The Revolutionary Action Movement
B4 Dr. Herbert Aptheker - Top Party Functionary
B5 The Communist Deception In Cuba
B6 Party General Secretary Gus Hall's Campus Appearances
B7 American Reds Support Communist Conquest In Asia
B8 American Communists And Racial Disturbances
B9 Lack Of Understanding Of American Non-Communists
B10 Membership Of Communist Party Of The United States
B11 American Internal Security Programs
B12 The Powerful Force Of A Free And Righteous People

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A public interest contribution from Storer Broadcasting Company.
A series outlining the safeguards all Americans can use to protect themselves from falling prey to Communism and other forces of internal subversion.

Produced by Radio Station WJBK, Detroit

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  • Matrix / Runout (A): VC 669 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B): VC 669 B
  • Other (Etching Side A): Spec.Rec WJBK

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May 1, 2015
This was a favorite around my college radio station, a series of public service announcements warning of the evils of communist infiltration in the United States. One track (by my recollection, side two, track one) had been physically scratched beyond playability, presumably by the distributors of this record. Recordings of J. Edgar Hoover pop up in some of the tracks, giving brief warnings about the evils of communism. A particular favorite is the one about the "Du Bois Clubs" (pronounced like "due boys") created to make foolishly mixed up young men joined a subversive organization. Oh would I love to get my hands on a copy of this!