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Background[edit]

I have been a writer and editor of Wikipedia entries since early 2006. I still find Wikipedia less than intuitively user-friendly to occasional users -- and still exciting.

NB: If you edit any of my work, please explain what and why, so I can understand better what editors and contributors deem appropriate.

Websites of some interest[edit]

Wikipedia articles (1,710+)[edit]

Author (220+)[edit]

Initial Author
  1. Lloyd Raffetto
  2. Heresy, Yes–Conspiracy, No
  3. William F. Jasper
  4. War Labor Policies Board (1918-9) (Lowenthal)
  5. Charles Dirba
  6. Louis Shapiro
  7. Oliver Carlson
  8. Placerville Mountain Democrat
  9. Alexander Howison Murray Jr.
  10. Charles J. Hendley (Teachers Union)
  11. Clarence Miller (activist) (Sam Krieger)
  12. American Committee for the Protection of Foreign Born
  13. Progressive Citizens of America
  14. John Chabot Smith
  15. Marvin Gettleman
  16. Morris U. Cohen
  17. Abraham Feller
  18. Cammer (surname)
  19. Norton Mockridge (Nelson Frank)
  20. Abraham Lefkowitz
  21. Henry Linville
  22. Teachers Guild
  23. Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee (JAFRC)
  24. Rachel Mitchell
  25. Clarence Taylor
  26. Teachers Union
  27. Dan Georgakas
  28. Fund for the Republic
  29. Pišnica River
  30. Robert W. Iversen
  31. William Frauenglass
  32. Kalman Seigel
  33. Leonard Latkovski, Jr.
  34. David Sidorsky
  35. Joseph Aveline
  36. Nathaniel Buchwald
  37. Menorah Journal
  38. Edwin Seaver
  39. Stefan Kanfer
  40. Henry Zolinsky
  41. Nuszcze
  42. C. Douglas McGee (philosopher)
  43. Andrea Roane (WUSA TV)
  44. William Albertson (1964 FBI frameup)
  45. Frank McNaughton
  46. Plain Talk (magazine)
  47. Counterattack newsletter
  48. Tatiana Tchernavin
  49. Robert Szold
  50. Leon Josephson (brother of Barney Josephson, known to Samuel Liptzen)
  51. Temporary Commission on Employee Loyalty
  52. Hamilton Robinson
  53. Frederick Woltman (Gerhart Eisler) (Nelson Frank) (Elizabeth Bentley)
  54. Evans Clark (husband of Freda Kirchwey)
  55. Spies of Warsaw (TV Series)
  56. Walter Pollak
  57. Vera Shlakman
  58. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace (Eichelberger)
  59. Harlow Robinson
  60. Committee for the Marshall Plan
  61. Priscilla Hiss
  62. Clark Eichelberger (League of Nations, UN)
  63. George M. Fay US Att Gen DC (perjury)
  64. Robert E. Stripling
  65. Maritime Labor Board (Silvermaster)
  66. Ferdinand Smith
  67. Harold J. Ruttenberg (Pressman)
  68. DETCOM Program
  69. Marbury, Miller & Evans
  70. Arthur A. Ballantine (Hiss, CEIP)
  71. Isaac Shorr
  72. Joseph R. Brodsky (IJA, ILD, CPUSA)
  73. Joseph Kovner (IJA, CIO, Pressman)
  74. Nathan Greene (lawyer) (IJA, Hiss)
  75. Walter Beer (Hiss, Rosenwald, Buttenwieser)
  76. Harold Rosenwald (Hiss)
  77. Jack Gold (labor) (ACWA, Hillman, Lowenthal)
  78. James Rorty (father of Richard Rorty)
  79. Richard G. Green (lawyer) (Remington v Bentley)
  80. Jack Kroll (labor) (ACW, CIO-PAC)
  81. CIO-PAC
  82. Mary Spargo (WP journalist)
  83. Kenneth O'Reilly (FBI historian) (Athan Theoharis)
  84. David Cort
  85. John Lowenthal
  86. Ronan Leprohon
  87. James I. Loeb (friend of Reinhold Niebuhr)
  88. John J. Carson (FTC commissioner)
  89. Katie Louchheim (Hiss, Lowenthal)
  90. Oscar R. Ewing (worked with Lowenthal)
  91. Matthew J. Connelly (Lowenthal crony)
  92. Stephen J. Spingarn (Lowenthal target)
  93. Jerry N. Hess (oral historian, Truman Library)
  94. William L. Marbury, Jr. (Hiss friend and lawyer)
  95. John H. Ferguson (lawyer, ambassador, Hiss, Marbury)
  96. Thomas Elliott (lawyer) (Hiss, Marbury)
  97. Elmer Smith (activist) (IWW Centralia)
  98. Caroline Lowe (IWW lawyer)
  99. George Vanderveer (IWW lawyer)
  100. Meyer Bernstein
  101. Robert T. Elson (TIME)
  102. John Shaw Billings (editor) (TIME)
  103. John Barkham (writer) (TIME)
  104. John F. O'Donnell (lawyer) (TWU lawyer)
  105. Abraham Unger (NLG co-founder)
  106. Harold Buchman (NLG member)
  107. Maurice Braverman (NLG CPUSA member)
  108. Mitchell A. Dubow
  109. Stanley H. Ruttenberg (LID/ISS member/Socialistic)
  110. Nathan Levine (labor lawyer)
  111. James S. Chambers (editor)
  112. James S. Chambers (publisher)
  113. Donald E. Montgomery (New Deal, UAW)
  114. Len De Caux (CIO)
  115. Jacques Nahum
  116. John L. Childs
  117. Federal Coal Commission
  118. Mundt-Nixon Bill
  119. Labor Defender ILD magazine
  120. Judith Palache Gregory
  121. Hope Hale Davis (Ware Group)
  122. Thomas L. Sakmyster
  123. M. L. Wilson (FDR AAA brain trust)
  124. Heber Blankenhorn (NRLB)
  125. Alan M. Wald
  126. Lloyd Paul Stryker (Hiss lawyer)
  127. Joseph A. Loftus (NYT journalist)
  128. Raymond L. Wise (Mundt-Nixon Bill)
  129. Dana Converse Backus (Alger Hiss) (Mundt-Nixon Bill)
  130. Joseph Forer
  131. Marguerite Young (journalist)
  132. Anna Hiss
  133. James Cabell Bruce (Willam L. Marbury)
  134. Robert Graham Heiner
  135. Edward Cochrane McLean, Jr.
  136. Julien Rambaldi
  137. Henry Foner (chemist)
  138. Esther Shemitz
  139. Reuben Shemitz
  140. Isaac Juda Palache
  141. Calvin Fixx
  142. Charles Malamuth
  143. International Juridical Association (IJA)
  144. Abraham J. Isserman
  145. Shad Polier (Isadore Polier)
  146. Richard F. Cleveland
  147. Harold Medina, Jr.
  148. W. Marvin Smith
  149. Calvin Benham Baldwin (AKA "Beanie" Baldwin)
  150. Robert von Mehren (Hiss lawyer)
  151. Daniel Leab
  152. Leon Srabian Herald
  153. Gabriel Palatchi
  154. Eddy Palacci
  155. A.B. Magil
  156. Isaac Pallache
  157. David Pallache
  158. Moses Pallache
  159. Joseph Pallache
  160. Juda Lion Palache
  161. Pallache family
  162. Charles Palache
  163. Joseph Palacci
  164. Abraham Palacci
  165. Rahamim Nissim Palacci
  166. Pallache (surname)
  167. Robert Bendiner
  168. Samuel Krieger
  169. San Francisco Workers' School
  170. Paul Crouch (activist)
  171. Rossant (surname)
  172. Boar's Head Society
  173. Berthe Zimmermann
  174. Fabrice Ziolkowski
  175. Julian Whittlesey
  176. Elinor Ferry
  177. Orla O'Rourke
  178. Hideo Noda
  179. Henry Foner
  180. Harry Freeman (journalist)
  181. Rebekah Wingert-Jabi
  182. Emile Despres
  183. John Augustus Raffetto
  184. Michael Raffetto
  185. Murray S. Monroe, Sr.
  186. Peter Entell
  187. T. S. Matthews
  188. H. William Fitelson
  189. George Kirstein
  190. Herbert Romerstein
  191. Charles Angoff
  192. George G. Watson
  193. Ben Davidson (politician)
  194. Jack Hardy (labor leader)
  195. Bert Andrews (journalist)
  196. Max Ascoli
  197. Sender Garlin
  198. Duncan Norton-Taylor
  199. Mary Fife Laning
  200. William A. Reuben
  201. Charles Wertenbaker
  202. Joseph R. Conlin
  203. David Dallin
  204. Vladimir Gorev
  205. George A. Eddy
  206. Stringfellow (profession)
  207. The Analytic Sciences Corporation
  208. Irwin Shapiro (writer)
  209. Maxim Lieber
  210. Ludwik Kowalski
  211. Paul Wohl
  212. Ignace Reiss
  213. Terrorist brigade
  214. Rezident
  215. Can You Hear Their Voices?
  216. Alexander Trachtenberg
  217. Colette Rossant
  218. James Rossant
  219. Wilder Hobson
  220. Isaiah Oggins
  221. Leonardo da Vinci Art School
  222. Juliette Rossant
  223. Eulalia Pérez de Guillén Mariné

Major contributions (460+)[edit]

Major Contributor
  1. Alfred S. Regnery
  2. House of Stone
  3. Anthony Shadid
  4. American Artists' Congress
  5. Marion Bachrach (sister of John Abt)
  6. John Peurifoy
  7. Carl Haessler
  8. William Weinstone
  9. Alexander Orlov (Soviet defector)
  10. Robert Lowe Kunzig (Bella Dodd)
  11. Charles Yale Harrison (New Masses)
  12. Joseph P. Kamp (Jon Voight)
  13. Edward Thomas Devine
  14. Benjamin Gitlow
  15. John H. Sengstacke
  16. Frank Harris (Whittaker Chambers - Play for Puppets)
  17. Jefferson School of Social Science
  18. Samuel A. Neuberger
  19. Ben Margolis
  20. Joseph Fels Barnes
  21. American League Against War and Fascism
  22. George Sokolsky
  23. Werner Scholem
  24. Telford Taylor
  25. Benjamin Stolberg (Jerome Davis)
  26. Newsweek Views the News (episode "Casebook on Treason" of February 1950)
  27. Louis M. Rabinowitz
  28. Local 2
  29. Local 5
  30. Mari Jo Buhle
  31. Clinton Rossiter
  32. Tucker P. Smith
  33. Alexander Meiklejohn
  34. The Vital Center
  35. Lorie Tarshis
  36. Merwin K. Hart
  37. Morris Schappes
  38. Rae Elson (Elizabeth Bentley)
  39. Abel Paz
  40. F. Stuart Chapin
  41. Myra Page
  42. David George Plotkin (Samuel Roth)
  43. Robert W. Dunn (CPUSA, ACLU, ILD, LRA)
  44. Yrjö Sirola (Comintern rep)
  45. Sergey Ivanovich Gusev (Comintern rep)
  46. Battle of Cool Spring (Snicker's Gap, Charles Whittaker)
  47. Henry F. Ward
  48. Norman K. Gottwald
  49. Pan Am Flight 1-10
  50. Condeau
  51. Joachim Pisarro
  52. Alice Paul
  53. 369th Infantry Regiment (United States)
  54. Stephen Samuel Wise (father of Justine Wise Polier
  55. Pablo Sainz Villegas
  56. Rukmini Callimachi
  57. Arthur Garfield Hays
  58. Dave Taylor (trombonist)
  59. Ralph de Toledano
  60. Joel Kovel
  61. Tom Maidhc O'Flaherty (Daily Worker)
  62. Steven F. Hayward
  63. Perche
  64. One-dollar salary ("Dollar-a-Year Man")
  65. Gerald Horne
  66. Alfred Kohlberg (Plain Talk (magazine), Counterattack (newsletter))
  67. Edward A. Allworth
  68. Bernard DeVoto
  69. Faith Spotted Eagle
  70. Zip Szold
  71. Concealed Enemies
  72. Peter Wyngarde
  73. Jérôme Bocuse
  74. Paul Bocuse
  75. Maxwell Knight
  76. John Bingham, 7th Baron Clanmorris
  77. Eric Roberts (spy)
  78. The Hillman Prize
  79. Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
  80. Bessie Abramowitz Hillman
  81. Sidney Hillman
  82. Otto Wille Kuusinen
  83. Frank Fairfax
  84. Pearl Primus
  85. Calvin Jackson
  86. Barney Josephson (brother of Leon Josephson)
  87. Café Society
  88. Harlow Shapley
  89. Anatoly Lunacharsky
  90. Annie Buller
  91. Walter Goodman (critic)
  92. Samuel Dickstein (congressman)
  93. Edward Condon
  94. Donald S. Russell (Mr. Blank)
  95. George Henry Soule Jr.
  96. Freda Kirchwey
  97. Rand School of Social Science
  98. John McDowell (Pennsylvania) (HUAC)
  99. Richard B. Vail (HUAC)
  100. Alice Kessler-Harris
  101. Catbird seat
  102. Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh
  103. Morgan M. Moulder
  104. Leo Isacson
  105. Square Deal
  106. Jehane Noujaim
  107. Brock Chisholm (WHO, Hiss 1948)
  108. Lee Alvin DuBridge
  109. Steve Nelson (activist)
  110. Philip Jessup (Alger Hiss, CEIP, Harvard, Elihu Root, Grenville Clark)
  111. Emanuel Hirsch Bloch (defended Marion Bachrach and Julius Rosenberg)
  112. John McPartland
  113. Walter Trohan
  114. Robert Gordon Sproul
  115. The American Magazine (1934 Alger Hiss)
  116. Thurman Arnold (Hugh Cox, Donald Hiss)
  117. Anna M. Rosenberg
  118. Aristide Boucicaut of Bellême (Le Bon Marché)
  119. John F. Davis (lawyer) (Hiss defense team)
  120. Douglas Hyde (author)
  121. Ruth Crawford Seeger
  122. Marquis Childs
  123. Laurence Duggan
  124. United States Senate Homeland Security Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
  125. National Negro Congress (NNC)
  126. National Federation for Constitutional Liberties (NFCL)
  127. Roscoe Drummond
  128. Carl Binger
  129. Robert Dorsey Watkins
  130. William Henry Draper Jr.
  131. James Tyler (music)
  132. Stanley Hornbeck (Hiss boss USDOS)
  133. Joseph Patrick Tumulty (Hiss, Marbury)
  134. Charles Fahy (Hiss, Marbury)
  135. Edward G. Miller, Jr. (Hiss, Marbury)
  136. Grenville Clark (UN, Marbury, Hiss)
  137. Swinburne Hale
  138. Walter Nelles (Hale, Nelles, Shorr; Carol Weiss King; Joseph R. Brodsky)
  139. Ellen Kovner Silbergeld
  140. Frank S. Tavenner, Jr.
  141. L. M. Elliott
  142. Amalgamated Bank (Hillman, Lowenthal, Fiorello)
  143. Rorty
  144. Vladimir Feltsman (pianist)
  145. Max Bedacht
  146. United States v. Congress of Industrial Organizations
  147. We the People (U.S. TV series) (Elizabeth Bentley)
  148. Marie Provazníková (Czech defector Aug 1948)
  149. 1948 in radio
  150. John W. Davis of Polk Davis & Wardeell (Hiss witness)
  151. United Furniture Workers of America (CWA affiliate)
  152. Allan Rosenberg (spy) (Nathan Witt) (Max Lowenthal) (missing Ware Group member)
  153. Dean Rusk (succeeded Hiss at State)
  154. James B. Carey
  155. Oliver Edmund Clubb (China Hands)
  156. Donald Dawson (Truman; whistle-stop mastermind)
  157. Max Lowenthal (Hiss, father of David + John Lowenthal)
  158. Donald S. Klopfer (Katie Louchheim)
  159. Helen Lehman Buttenwieser (Hiss lawyer 1962)
  160. Benjamin Buttenwieser
  161. Felix Frankfurter
  162. Raymond Sokolov (Rossant)
  163. World War III
  164. W. A. Swanberg
  165. Oscar Collazo
  166. Mary Stalcup Markward
  167. Kenneth Turan
  168. National Lawyers Guild (NLG)
  169. Woody Guthrie
  170. Osmond Fraenkel
  171. USS James S. Chambers (1861)
  172. Richard Nixon
  173. William Perl
  174. Jerome Davis (sociologist)
  175. Winthrop Sargeant
  176. John F. Osborne
  177. Robert Neville (journalist)
  178. Sherry Mangan
  179. John T. McManus
  180. J. B. Matthews
  181. Progressive Party (United States, 1948)
  182. Jews Without Money
  183. David Nalle
  184. Silvestre Revueltas
  185. Clare Hoffman
  186. Jerome Frank (hired Ware Group members)
  187. Victor Rabinowitz (Hiss lawyer)
  188. B. J. Widick
  189. Thomas Francis Murphy federal prosecutor Hiss Case
  190. Leon J. Davis Local 1199 (John Sherman)
  191. James M. Quigley (grandfather of Marcela Gaviria)
  192. Henk Sneevliet (Ignace Reiss)
  193. A. J. Liebling (friend of Alger Hiss)
  194. Alan Nunn May
  195. Alexander Vassiliev
  196. Paul Y. Anderson
  197. John T. Cahill (Hiss)
  198. Thayer Hobson
  199. Robert S. Ellwood (Quaker, Episcopalian)
  200. David K. E. Bruce
  201. William Cabell Bruce
  202. George L. P. Radcliffe (Marbury, Hiss)
  203. George W. Wickersham (Marbury, Hiss)
  204. Amtorg Trading Corporation
  205. Lona Cohen
  206. Morris Cohen (spy)
  207. The Decline of the West
  208. Chambers Street (Manhattan)
  209. Henninger Flats
  210. First Shearith Israel Graveyard
  211. Donald A. Ritchie
  212. Marguerite Young
  213. F. W. Dupee
  214. Selden Rodman
  215. The Outlook (New York)
  216. Loyalty oath - Executive Order 9835 "Loyalty Order" (1947)
  217. Edward Lamb
  218. Bill Bailey (Spanish Civil War veteran)
  219. Craig Thompson
  220. Joan London (American writer)
  221. Pierre Broué
  222. Justine W. Polier
  223. Debevoise & Plimpton
  224. Cold War espionage
  225. Robert P. Patterson
  226. Nye Committee
  227. Bernard Baruch
  228. Stefano Palatchi
  229. Lazarus of Bethany
  230. Antonio Gades
  231. Moïse Rahmani
  232. Samuel ha-Levi
  233. Kemeraltı Çašisi (bazaar) in Izmir
  234. Mohammed esh-Sheikh es-Seghir
  235. Grand Synagogue of Paris
  236. Brock Brower
  237. Haim Palachi
  238. Samuel Pallache
  239. Corliss Lamont
  240. Mundt–Ferguson Communist Registration Bill
  241. Edward T. Folliard
  242. Grace Conkling
  243. Samuel Adams Darcy
  244. California Labor School
  245. Melissa Boyle Mahle
  246. Artists Union
  247. John Bernard (American politician)
  248. Foxstone Park
  249. Aaron Kramer
  250. China's Red Army Marches
  251. New York Workers School
  252. Raffetto, California
  253. Joseph Hansen (socialist)
  254. Virginia Foster Durr
  255. Fritz Platten
  256. International Liaison Department (Comintern's OMS)
  257. Jakob Rudnik (aka Hilare Noulens, Richard Robinson-Rubens)
  258. Daniel Fuchs
  259. 2,6-Dichlorobenzonitrile (tree "root kill")
  260. Byron N. Scott
  261. Robert Neelly Bellah
  262. Fulton Oursler
  263. Ludwig Lore
  264. Au clair de la lune
  265. Die Rote Fahne
  266. John Herrmann
  267. Henry Collins (official)
  268. Lee Pressman
  269. Ruth Fischer
  270. Onorio Ruotolo
  271. Goronwy Rees
  272. Gyula Alpári
  273. Felix Morrow
  274. Charles P. Kindleberger
  275. Alexander Gregory Barmine
  276. Norman Garbo
  277. Joseph Freeman (writer)
  278. George W. Della, Jr.
  279. Third Rome
  280. Ira Gollobin
  281. Flora Lewis
  282. Mikhail Trilisser
  283. VOKS (All-Union Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries)
  284. American Committee for Cultural Freedom (ACCF)
  285. Scottsboro Boys
  286. Christopher Maher
  287. Nathaniel Weyl
  288. Emil Freed
  289. James Wechsler
  290. Bless Me, Ultima (film)
  291. Marian Marzynski
  292. Michael Kernan
  293. Iskhak Akhmerov
  294. Arthur Krock
  295. Harold I. Cammer
  296. 1951
  297. 1950
  298. 1949
  299. Morris Schapiro
  300. Robert Cantwell
  301. George K. Fraenkel
  302. New International
  303. Hisham Melhem
  304. Jeffrey Burton Russell
  305. Louis Lozowick
  306. Lee Lozowick
  307. Raymond W. Smock
  308. Meyer Schapiro
  309. Albert Sterner
  310. McClure's
  311. Abram Slutsky
  312. Juliet Stuart Poyntz
  313. James T. Shotwell
  314. Harvey Breit
  315. Richie Havens
  316. Not by Bread Alone
  317. To Make My Bread
  318. Alexander Koral
  319. Les Whitten
  320. Sam Spiegel
  321. L. E. Katterfeld
  322. Isaac Folkoff
  323. Karl Radek
  324. Harry Dexter White
  325. Walter Weyl
  326. Advise and Consent
  327. Flivver
  328. New York Post
  329. Jonathan Brent (author)
  330. Edward Laning
  331. Arthur Adams (spy)
  332. Perlo group
  333. Georges Agabekov
  334. Kitty Harris
  335. Marjorie Heins
  336. Peter H. Irons
  337. Agricultural Adjustment Act
  338. William Marshall Bullitt
  339. James Wong Howe
  340. Hugh Hammond Bennett
  341. 1948
  342. Donald Hiss
  343. Noel Field
  344. Bronislav Grombchevsky
  345. Willy Pogany
  346. Graham Fuller
  347. Timberlake Wertenbaker
  348. Otto Fuerbringer
  349. List of American spies
  350. Dorothy Sterling
  351. Clifton Fadiman
  352. Jack Conroy
  353. Michael Scammell
  354. John Pepper
  355. The American Weekly
  356. Fyodor Dan
  357. B. W. Huebsch
  358. Moses I. Finley
  359. Merriman Smith
  360. The New Leader
  361. Open field system
  362. J. Louis Engdahl
  363. Template:Soviet Spies
  364. Ziad Doueiri
  365. Franz Roubaud
  366. Joseph Fels Barnes
  367. Samuel Roth
  368. Frank Tannenbaum
  369. René Taupin
  370. Daniel Aaron
  371. David S. Dodge
  372. Earned value management
  373. Grace Lumpkin
  374. Carroll County, Maryland
  375. Benjamin Mandel
  376. Jeffrey Fuller
  377. Crystal Eastman
  378. Brian C. Anderson
  379. Incendies
  380. Tracker (film)
  381. Sidney Hook
  382. Isidor Schneider
  383. Class Reunion (1928 novel)
  384. John Scott (writer)
  385. Billy Budd
  386. Gyula Alpári
  387. Ware Group
  388. Joseph Milton Bernstein
  389. Dmitri Volkogonov
  390. Berberis thunbergii
  391. Daily Worker
  392. Judith Coplon
  393. To the Finland Station
  394. Leila Fadel
  395. Itzik Feffer
  396. Carol Weiss King
  397. Herbert Fuchs
  398. J. Peters
  399. The American Mercury
  400. Jerry J. O'Connell
  401. Louis F. Budenz
  402. William Ward Pigman
  403. Jessica Smith
  404. Paul Zukofsky
  405. Noblis
  406. Susie Orbach
  407. Maurice Orbach
  408. Revolutions of 1917–23
  409. Eugen Leviné
  410. Arthur Koestler
  411. Margarete Buber-Neumann
  412. Angel Gil-Ordoñez
  413. Hildo Krop
  414. Paul Massing
  415. Kenneth Durant
  416. Hede Massing
  417. Louis Waldman
  418. Mark Zborowski
  419. Theodore Hall
  420. International Publishers
  421. Alexander Bogdanov
  422. Fredson Bowers
  423. Nathan Witt
  424. The World Tomorrow (magazine)
  425. Boris Savinkov
  426. Vyacheslav von Plehve
  427. Yevno Azef
  428. SR Combat Organization
  429. Walter Krivitsky
  430. New Masses
  431. Alexander Ulanovsky
  432. Resident spy
  433. International Labor Defense
  434. Louis Zukofsky
  435. Harry Sternberg
  436. Otto Soglow
  437. Rockwell Kent
  438. Hugo Gellert
  439. Wanda Gág
  440. Adolf Dehn
  441. Stuart Davis (painter)
  442. Bernarda Bryson Shahn
  443. Art Young
  444. Left Front
  445. Joe Jones
  446. John Reed Club
  447. Fred Ellis (cartoonist)
  448. Albert Halper
  449. Tony Judt
  450. Fellow traveler
  451. Jacob Burck
  452. Kronstadt rebellion
  453. Bibliography of Whittaker Chambers
  454. Carolyn Gold Heilbrun
  455. Herbert Solow (journalist)
  456. Lionel Trilling
  457. Martha Rountree
  458. John Nevin Sayre
  459. Norman Thomas
  460. Anatol Lieven
  461. Whittaker Chambers

Minor contributions (950+)[edit]

Minor Contributor
  1. Calvados (apple)
  2. Edward Dmytryk
  3. Roberta Flack
  4. Gene McDaniels
  5. East End and West End of Oslo
  6. Okkupert
  7. Eddie Rouse
  8. Klaus Fuchs
  9. Federated Press
  10. Alexander Cockburn
  11. George Shadid
  12. Shadid
  13. National War Labor Board (1918–1919)
  14. The Passaic Textile Strike (film)
  15. Elliott Abrams
  16. Edward Rumely
  17. National Economic Council, Inc.
  18. Curtis D. MacDougall (Gideon's Army)
  19. William Hale (cattleman)
  20. Fairfax, Oklahoma
  21. List of organizations described as Communist fronts by the United States federal government
  22. Horace Kallen
  23. Millicent Selsam
  24. Howard Selsam
  25. Jack D. Foner
  26. Moses Finley
  27. Bela Gold
  28. Elmer Davis
  29. Irving Kaplan
  30. Manumit School (Henry Linville)
  31. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
  32. Newsweek Views the News
  33. Waiting for Lefty
  34. Gil Green (politician)
  35. Irving Adler
  36. TU (Teachers Union)
  37. Edward K. Barsky
  38. Dorothy Parker
  39. Arthur Szyk
  40. Moses Fishman
  41. Howard Fast
  42. Agent of influence
  43. Eric Sevareid
  44. Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee v. McGrath
  45. Saxon Sydney-Turner
  46. Renaissance of the Celtic Harp
  47. Lake Anne Village Center Historic District
  48. List of education trade unions
  49. Chicago Teachers Union
  50. American Federation of Teachers
  51. United Federation of Teachers
  52. New York State United Teachers
  53. Ford Foundation
  54. Paul Buhle
  55. Up Against the Wall Motherfucker
  56. List of mayors of Oakland, California
  57. Bethuel M. Webster
  58. Norman St John-Stevas
  59. Gus Tyler
  60. Douglas Waples
  61. Henry W. Sawyer
  62. Frederick M. Nicholas
  63. Robert Maynard Hutchins
  64. Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story
  65. Herbert Sorrell
  66. Charles Winick
  67. Herbert Ratner
  68. La Leche League
  69. David Fellman
  70. Raymond Pace Alexander
  71. Clifford P. Case
  72. Theodore Draper
  73. Stanley E. Hubbard
  74. Political views of Albert Einstein
  75. American Association of University Professors
  76. Victor Riesel
  77. WEVD
  78. Robnett (George W. Robnett)
  79. Albert Einstein
  80. Bibliography of encyclopedias: history (Latkovski)
  81. Objectivism (Ayn Rand) (Sidorsky)
  82. Columbia University Department of Philosophy (Sidorsky)
  83. Cantons of the Orne department
  84. Irving Kristol
  85. Cedric Belfrage
  86. Maurice Halperin
  87. Elizabeth Bentley (disambiguation)
  88. Morris Ernst (ACLU) (Hede Massing)
  89. Louis Untermeyer (Myra Page)
  90. Dashiell Hammett (Myra Page)
  91. Lillian Hellman (Myra Page)
  92. Millen Brand (Myra Page)
  93. League of American Writers (Myra Page)
  94. Labor Research Association (Myra Page)
  95. William F. Dunne (Myra Page)
  96. Podolsk (Myra Page)
  97. Highlander Research and Education Center
  98. List of members of the League of American Writers
  99. Ukrainization
  100. American Relief Administration
  101. History of the Jews in Ukraine
  102. John Cusack
  103. Grosse Pointe Blank
  104. Objectivism (poetry)
  105. List of Glascock Prize winners and participants
  106. Howard Rushmore
  107. Cranford (novel)
  108. Winchester, Virginia
  109. Steely Dan
  110. Purdue Pharma
  111. Bella Dodd
  112. The Communist
  113. Committee on Public Information
  114. The Catcher Was a Spy (film)
  115. Al Hunt
  116. Judy Woodruff
  117. Hari Sreenivasan
  118. John Yang (journalist)
  119. William Brangham
  120. Jeffrey Brown (journalist)
  121. Amna Nawaz
  122. Miles O'Brien (journalist)
  123. National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee
  124. Julius Marshuetz Mayer (Scott Nearing, Emma Goldman)
  125. Sablons-sur-Huisne
  126. Condé-sur-Huisne
  127. Kelly McGillis
  128. Hany Abu-Assad
  129. Rustum Roy
  130. Bongo Bong
  131. Conques-en-Rouergue
  132. Camp Louise
  133. Camp Airy
  134. Martin Ritt
  135. WUSA (TV)
  136. Donald Dell
  137. J.C. Hayward
  138. Boquete, Chiriquí
  139. Thomas Vinciguerra
  140. Learned Hand
  141. Robert Morss Lovett
  142. Brown University
  143. Jacob Golos
  144. The Hitman's Bodyguard
  145. Yanks for Stalin
  146. Vinicius de Moraes
  147. Earl Browder
  148. Felix Browder
  149. William Browder (mathematician)
  150. Bill Browder
  151. Joshua Browder
  152. Andrew Browder
  153. Delia Larkin
  154. Bryan Ferry
  155. Babylon Berlin
  156. Cloth of St Gereon
  157. St. Gereon's Basilica, Cologne
  158. Saint-Géréon
  159. Gereon
  160. Papa: Hemingway in Cuba
  161. William C. Sullivan (FBI, Cronin, HUAC)
  162. COINTELPRO
  163. Albertson (name)
  164. David Vladeck
  165. Harriet Baldwin Creighton
  166. Roger Nash Baldwin (ACLU)
  167. 2018 bombing of Damascus and Homs
  168. Douma, Syria
  169. The Chalk Circle
  170. Marshall Perlin
  171. Arthur Kinoy
  172. Marshall Perlin
  173. Frank Donner (NLRB 1940-1943, CIO, ACLU, Morton Sobell)
  174. Albertson v. Subversive Activities Control Board
  175. Victor Lasky
  176. McGregor, Iowa
  177. Timothy D. Snyder
  178. Tom O'Flaherty (rugby union)
  179. Bert Miller
  180. Conference for Progressive Labor Action
  181. J. Edgar Hoover
  182. Counterattack (disambiguation)
  183. Red Channels
  184. Erik Barnouw
  185. Nelson Frank (Elizabeth Bentley) (Norton Mockridge)
  186. Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
  187. Homer S. Ferguson
  188. 1 Rockefeller Plaza (TIME Building)
  189. Reading Capital
  190. Arctic Heart
  191. Bastille Day (film)
  192. Darulaman
  193. Wall Street bombing
  194. Taylorsville
  195. Bow, London
  196. John le Carré
  197. Gugu Mbatha-Raw
  198. Daf
  199. Bodhrán
  200. Edward Allworth
  201. Robert Maynard Hutchins
  202. Johan Galtung
  203. Maggie Kigozi
  204. Ajay Prabhakar
  205. Benjamin Szold
  206. Henrietta Szold
  207. Jacob Potofsky
  208. Amalgamated Housing Cooperative
  209. Herman Jessor (Amalgamated and Union coops)
  210. Something Else (The Cranberries album)
  211. Loray Mill strike
  212. Underground
  213. Paul Jarrico
  214. Executive Order 9835
  215. Lawrence Wetherby
  216. South Lakes High School
  217. Algernon Lee
  218. Tel Abib
  219. Tell Aqab
  220. Tell Asmar (Eshnunna)
  221. Tell Barri
  222. Tell Brak
  223. Tell Chuera
  224. Tell Ibrahim (Kutha)
  225. Tel Kabri
  226. Tell Leilan
  227. Tell al-Mishrifeh (Qatna)
  228. Tell al-Rawda
  229. Tell es-Safi
  230. Tell (archaeology)
  231. Joseph McCarthy
  232. November 1947
  233. David Helfeld
  234. Simon Patten (economist, Scott Nearing's mentor)
  235. Charles Solomon (politician)
  236. The Century Foundation
  237. Jacob Heilbrunn
  238. Telex
  239. Telegraphy
  240. Marcin Dorociński
  241. Mirosław Zbrojewicz
  242. Ellie Haddington
  243. Burn Gorman
  244. Radosław Kaim
  245. Linda Bassett
  246. Allan Corduner
  247. David Tennant
  248. Janet Montgomery
  249. The Spies of Warsaw (novel by Alan Furst)
  250. United States Ambassador to Poland
  251. Harry W. Fraser (Lowenthal)
  252. Benjamin N. Cardozo
  253. Louis H. Pollak (son of Walter Pollak)
  254. Railway Labor Executives' Association
  255. Irma Lindheim (1948 ALP candidate)
  256. J. Parnell Thomas (HUAC)
  257. Karl E. Mundt (HUAC)
  258. List of members of the House Un-American Activities Committee
  259. Turnip Day Session
  260. 1948 in the United States
  261. Harold H. Velde
  262. Archibald Cox
  263. Progressive Party (United States, 1924–34)
  264. New Deal
  265. Tappan Zee Bridge
  266. John Foster Dulles (CEIP, Rockefellers)
  267. Howard Goodall
  268. World Federalist Movement
  269. Talk:List of gay, lesbian or bisexual people/Archive 3
  270. Gerald Horne
  271. We Charge Genocide
  272. David Stove
  273. A Report on Germany (by Lewis H. Brown)
  274. William Christian Bullitt Jr.
  275. In medias res
  276. Matthew Josephson
  277. Jan Masaryk
  278. Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk
  279. Charlotte Garrigue
  280. Dalton School
  281. Eastern Bloc
  282. Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. (clerks, Hiss brothers)
  283. Union Trust Building (Washington, D.C.) (Gerhard Gesell, Hugh Cox, Donald Hiss)
  284. The Paradise (TV series)
  285. Tony Hulman (Lord Calvert / Lord Pervert / Jess)
  286. Alberto Ginastera
  287. Lionel Abel
  288. Raziel Abelson
  289. Witness 11
  290. Bob Considine
  291. Tom Hanks
  292. Cannon House Office Building
  293. Stephen P. Duggan (father of Laurence Duggan)
  294. Chiswick, UK (John Lowenthal)
  295. National Maritime Union
  296. Lee Hays (Seegers)
  297. Marion Bauer
  298. Peggy Seeger
  299. Alan Seeger
  300. Morton Sobell
  301. Helen Levitov Sobell
  302. A. Philip Randolph
  303. C. L. Dellums
  304. American Railway Union
  305. Ruttenberg
  306. John F. Shelley (DETCOM)
  307. James Bryant Conant (Marbury, Hiss)
  308. Public Affairs Council
  309. Catalonia
  310. Elihu Root
  311. Dewey & LeBoeuf
  312. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP, Hiss)
  313. Peter Parker House (CEIP WDC 1910–1948, Hiss, Lowenthal)
  314. Rogers & Wells
  315. Judson King
  316. Cora Smith Eaton
  317. Bertha Hale White
  318. Poland, Herkimer County, New York
  319. Harvard Student Agencies
  320. John Day Company
  321. Irving Peress (McCarthy victim, Rorty subject)
  322. Common Sense (magazine)
  323. Richard Rorty (father of James Rorty)
  324. John Brophy (labor) (CIO-PAC)
  325. Wabash Cannonball (Farmer-Labor Train, Wallace-Taylor Train) (Woody Guthrie)
  326. Farmer-Labor Party
  327. Iorwith Wilbur Abel AKA I.W. Abel (CIO-PAC) (SWOC)
  328. Daniel J. Tobin (CIO-PAC) (Teamsters)
  329. Political action committee
  330. Jerry Voorhis (CIO-PAC)
  331. Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)
  332. Lauren Kessler
  333. Black bag operation (black-bag job)
  334. Black Diamond disambiguation
  335. The Conference Board (formerly National Industrial Conference Board or NICB), publisher of American Affairs
  336. Unvaniezh Demokratel Breizh (UDB)
  337. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
  338. Talk:Ohlone
  339. 8th Street / St. Mark's Place (Manhattan)
  340. Americans for Democratic Action
  341. Arthur B. Spingarn (uncle of Stephen J. Spingarn)
  342. Joel Elias Spingarn (father of Stephen J. Spingarn)
  343. Spingarn (disambiguation)
  344. Union for Democratic Action (James I. Loeb)
  345. United States Ambassador to Guinea (James I. Loeb)
  346. James Loeb (disambiguates James I. Loeb)
  347. Russian-American Industrial Corporation (RAIC) (Lowenthal, Hillman)
  348. Lucius D. Clay (Lowenthal served under him in Germany 1946)
  349. Harry H. Vaughan (Max Lowenthal)
  350. Federal Communications Commission
  351. Telford Taylor (Max Lowenthal)
  352. John S. Service (AKA John Stewart Service, USDOS, Amerasia 1945)
  353. Charles Edward Wyzanski Jr. (lawyer, Hiss, Marbury)
  354. Medal for Merit (Marbury)
  355. Social Security Administration
  356. United States presidential election, 1948
  357. Elmer Smith (disambiguation)
  358. Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)
  359. Centralia massacre (Washington) (Robert Cantwell)
  360. UPW
  361. Sobibór, October 14, 1943, 4 p.m.
  362. John T. Elson
  363. Saturday Review (U.S. magazine)
  364. Hollywood blacklist
  365. Smith Act
  366. List of organizations described as Communist fronts by the US government
  367. Bituminous coal strike of 1977–78
  368. Helen Silvermaster (born Elena Witte, then Elena Volkov – "Pop Folkoff"?)
  369. Anatole Boris Volkov
  370. John Francis Cronin
  371. Abraham ibn Daud
  372. Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal
  373. August 1922
  374. Freedmen's Aid Society
  375. American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky
  376. Bill de Blasio
  377. Robert Sherrod
  378. Eliot Janeway
  379. Sidney L. James
  380. John Hersey
  381. Howard Rushmore
  382. Harvey Swados
  383. Charles J. Margiotti
  384. Russell Sage Foundation
  385. Communists in the United States Labor Movement (1937–50)
  386. The Jews (film) (Ils Sont Partout)
  387. Karl Polanyi
  388. American Labor Party
  389. Carlos Chávez
  390. Aaron Copland
  391. International Labor Defense (ILD)
  392. Aleksander Piotr Mohl
  393. List of unions affiliated with the AFL–CIO
  394. Glen H. Taylor (Henry A. Wallace running mate)
  395. Mike Quill (TWU)
  396. Little Steel strike
  397. American Russian Institute
  398. Bloomingdale Insane Asylum (Robert Cantwell, Whittaker Chambers)
  399. Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic
  400. Vivian Gornick
  401. Döme Sztójay
  402. Miklós Horthy
  403. Bombing of Kassa
  404. Axis occupation of Vojvodina
  405. White Terror (Hungary)
  406. Bombardment of Ancona
  407. Fritz Platten
  408. Hungarian Soviet Republic
  409. Charles I of Austria's attempts to retake the throne of Hungary
  410. Jacob Golos
  411. Gerhard Weinberg
  412. Novi Sad raid
  413. International relations (1919–1939)
  414. Hungary–United States relations
  415. Pál Teleki
  416. Brain trust
  417. Orrville, Ohio (birthplace of Heber Blankenhorn)
  418. Blankenhorn
  419. Fine Madness
  420. M. Woolsey Stryker (father of Lloyd Paul Stryker)
  421. 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East (Leon J. Davis)
  422. SEIU
  423. David Lowenthal, son of Max Lowenthal (Hiss friend)
  424. Paper local (James A. Loftus, NYT)
  425. United States Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities in Labor and Management (James A. Loftus, NYT)
  426. 1952 steel strike (James A. Loftus, NYT)
  427. International Brotherhood of Teamsters (James A. Loftus, NYT)
  428. Benjamin Franklin Fairless
  429. Trial of the century
  430. Angela Calomiris (FBI anti-communist information)
  431. United Public Workers of America (federal unions - communist-leaning)
  432. United Federal Workers of America
  433. National Federation of Federal Employees (federal unions)
  434. American Federation of Government Employees (federal unions)
  435. State, County, and Municipal Workers of America
  436. Jerry J. O'Connell (Mundt-Nixon Bill) (Progressive Party)
  437. Rosmersholm
  438. Rebecca West
  439. William Joyce (atomic spy in Rebecca West's The Meaning of Treason)
  440. Forer (surname)
  441. Congress of American Women (Elinor S. Gimbel)
  442. Arthur Goldberg (Lee Pressman)
  443. International Fur and Leather Workers Union (Pressman, Eisler)
  444. National Maritime Union (Pressman, Eisler)
  445. Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union (Pressman, Eisler)
  446. Lüchow's
  447. Martha Dodd
  448. William E. Dodd
  449. Carl Weiss
  450. Clarence Hathaway
  451. Robert F. Wagner
  452. Murray Hill, Manhattan
  453. Robert Murray (merchant)
  454. Lindley Murray
  455. United States Ambassador to Argentina
  456. Angelo Herndon
  457. Wickersham Commission (Marbury, Hiss)
  458. Jack and the Beanstalk (disambiguation)
  459. Helen Lowry (wife of Iskhak Akhmerov, niece of Earl Browder
  460. L. Ron Hubbard
  461. Nancy Foner
  462. Guy Endore
  463. Morton Sobel
  464. Combat (newspaper)
  465. Harry Hopkins
  466. George W. Cooper
  467. Kent Cooper
  468. Arroba (Spanish/Portuguese "@" sign)
  469. Maury Maverick
  470. Harvey O'Connor
  471. Jan Matulka
  472. Boyoz
  473. List of disbarments in the United States
  474. Mission San Gabriel Arcángel
  475. Edward Filene
  476. Emilio Mola
  477. Mount Royal Station
  478. Dwight Macdonald
  479. Cantwell (surname)
  480. de:Alfred Apfel
  481. O. John Rogge
  482. Weiss (surname)
  483. Norma Miller
  484. Maurice Isserman
  485. Smith Act trials of Communist Party leaders AKA Foley Square trial
  486. Marvin Smith
  487. List of United States political families (C)
  488. Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital]
  489. Thomas F. Gailor
  490. Ruth Cleveland
  491. Esther Cleveland
  492. Frances Folsom Cleveland Preston
  493. Grover Cleveland
  494. Time, Inc. v. Hill
  495. List of notable Cravath, Swaine & Moore employees
  496. Harold Medina (judge in Foley Square trial)
  497. Rafael
  498. John Abt
  499. 1948 Progressive National Convention
  500. Gwen Ifill
  501. Labor History (journal)
  502. I Thought I Told You To Shut Up!!
  503. Sheila Fitzpatrick
  504. Federal Writers' Project
  505. LGBT rights in communism
  506. Edita Gruberová
  507. Anna Bolena
  508. Nomeda Kazlaus
  509. Latin Grammy Award for Best Classical Album
  510. 4th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
  511. Ades (surname)
  512. School of the Art Institute of Chicago people
  513. Phillip Bonosky, client of Maxim Lieber
  514. Sons and Lovers
  515. List of Sephardic Jews
  516. Elisa Sednaoui
  517. Jacqueline Kahanoff
  518. Menasseh Ben Israel
  519. Sinan Reis
  520. Moses Belmonte
  521. Jacob Tirado
  522. Sephardic Jews in the Netherlands
  523. Moroccan literature
  524. Beth Haim of Ouderkerk aan de Amstel
  525. Synagogue of El Transito
  526. Abulafia (surname)
  527. Ned Lamont
  528. Iosif Grigulevich
  529. The Rats in the Walls
  530. Benjamin J. Davis Jr.
  531. Elmer Bendiner
  532. Thomas Sancton, Sr.
  533. Berry Kroeger
  534. Federal Trade Commission Building (formerly "Apex Building")
  535. Semyon Semyonov
  536. Ayad Akhtar
  537. Athan Theoharis
  538. The Last Kingdom (TV series)
  539. Bamburgh Castle
  540. Abraham Lincoln School for Social Science (Chicago Workers School)
  541. Alexander Saxton
  542. Louise Todd Lambert
  543. Haig Bosmajian
  544. Maxfield Parrish
  545. Hadley Richardson
  546. Milton A. Abernethy
  547. William Remington
  548. Textile workers strike (1934)
  549. Detroit Industry Murals
  550. Libertarian Party of Minnesota
  551. Winifred Milius Lubell
  552. Ishi: The Last of His Tribe
  553. Trumbo (2015 film)
  554. Barry Ulanov
  555. Terrence McNally
  556. Allen Ginsburg
  557. John Hollander
  558. Daniel Hoffman
  559. John Berryman
  560. Mark Van Doren
  561. Irwin Edman
  562. Randolph Bourne
  563. Alfred A. Knopf, Sr.
  564. Kenneth Burke
  565. Arthur LeSueur
  566. Hellzapoppin' (film)
  567. Ellen Schrecker
  568. Dorr Rebellion
  569. Brookwood Labor College
  570. A. J. Muste
  571. Wendell H. Furry
  572. Dmitry Manuilsky
  573. Charles Ives
  574. Useful idiot
  575. See It Now (CBS TV news show)
  576. Communist International (Comintern)
  577. OMS (disambiguation)
  578. Moscow Sun Yat-sen University
  579. Scott Nearing
  580. Harlem Renaissance theater companies
  581. Reservoir Hill, Baltimore
  582. Belle de Boskoop (apple)
  583. PM (newspaper)
  584. The Brown Book of the Reichstag Fire and Hitler Terror
  585. Julia Bacha
  586. Just Vision
  587. Relic (novel)
  588. Don Hollenbeck
  589. Title 5 of the Code of Federal Regulations
  590. William Henry Taylor
  591. Jim Fixx
  592. Harvey Hollister Bundy
  593. Samuel J. Hamrick (aka W. J. Tyler)
  594. A Borrowed Identity
  595. Richard Armitage (actor)
  596. Maxim Litvinov
  597. Jean Ritchie
  598. Darren Paul Fisher
  599. Frequencies
  600. Abraham George Silverman
  601. Charles Kramer (economist)
  602. Victor Perlo
  603. The Pond (intelligence organization)
  604. Eric Bentley
  605. Fred J. Cook
  606. American Gangster (film)
  607. Herbert Feis
  608. Don Mankiewicz
  609. Harry Brown (film)
  610. Calvary (film)
  611. Erwin Marquit
  612. Henry Gantt
  613. Poison laboratory of the Soviet secret services
  614. Executive Decision
  615. Jed S. Rakoff
  616. 野田英夫 (Hideo Noda)
  617. Tetsuya Noda
  618. Charles A. Beard
  619. Adolf A. Berle
  620. Wells College
  621. Eric Foner
  622. Foner (disambiguation)
  623. Rapp-Coudert Committee
  624. Ben Gold
  625. Omar Bashir (musician)
  626. Tom Kromer
  627. Sergei Efron
  628. John Ford
  629. Basic Books
  630. James S. Allen
  631. Karl Hess
  632. Karl Hess: Toward Liberty
  633. Sheikh Jarrah
  634. List of Palestinian films
  635. Mikhail Borodin
  636. Margaret Naumburg
  637. Franz Werfel
  638. Robert Dexter
  639. Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
  640. Walter Wanger
  641. Sam Lesser
  642. Flugelhorn
  643. Anthony Higgins (actor)
  644. Arturo Sarukhán
  645. Stephen Rademaker
  646. Aubrey Morris
  647. Michael Aldridge
  648. Reilly, Ace of Spies
  649. Joanne Whalley
  650. Darkness at Noon
  651. Heinrich Blücher
  652. Eulalia Perez de Guillen Marine
  653. Paul Shipton
  654. Newtown, California
  655. Placerville, California
  656. Raffetto
  657. The Man Nobody Knew
  658. Under Western Eyes
  659. Edward Cochrane McLean aka Edward C. McLean (Hiss lawyer)
  660. Taft Stettinius & Hollister
  661. Mr. Belvedere
  662. Civil Rights Congress (CRC)
  663. AED (non-profit)
  664. January 1933 (V. Gregory Burtan, aka Valentine G. Burtan, aka William Gregory Burtan)
  665. Riom
  666. Sharbat
  667. Ben Barzman
  668. Man's Fate
  669. fr:Condeau
  670. Thomas Matthews (disambiguation page)
  671. Stanley Matthews (lawyer)
  672. Time (magazine)
  673. Martha Gellhorn
  674. Allan Massie
  675. Pan Pacific Trade Union Secretariat
  676. A. Tom Grunfeld
  677. Germanicus
  678. John K. Fairbank
  679. Joseph Stilwell
  680. Josh White
  681. Utica, New York
  682. Barbara W. Tuchman
  683. Tom C. Clark
  684. Ashenden: Or the British Agent
  685. Elizabeth Bentley
  686. Floria Lasky
  687. Ossining (town), New York
  688. Harrison George
  689. List of UPI reporters
  690. Red Star Over China
  691. Edgar Snow
  692. Dodoma
  693. East (disambiguation)
  694. Shiloh Fernandez
  695. Upside Down (film)
  696. Whittaker
  697. Whitacre
  698. Whitaker (surname)
  699. Glavnoye Razvedyvatel'noye Upravleniye (GRU)
  700. Robert Klein
  701. Geritol
  702. Don't Fence Me In (song)
  703. Kenneth Hayes Miller
  704. Yasuo Kuniyoshi
  705. Ben Shahn
  706. Robert McFarlane
  707. Agnes Smedley
  708. Isaac Don Levine
  709. Field Enterprises
  710. Renée Ashley
  711. American Spectator (literary magazine)
  712. The Smart Set
  713. Joseph Payne Brennan
  714. Juozas Tumas-Vaižgantas
  715. Leonardas Andriekus
  716. Todd James Pierce
  717. Hope Lange
  718. Mercury Publications
  719. List of members of the League of American Writers
  720. Courier-Post
  721. McNaught Syndicate
  722. The Washington Post Writers Group
  723. Japanese literature
  724. Sumner Welles
  725. Lieber (disambiguation)
  726. Ednatol
  727. Picatinny Arsenal
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