Under the influence Georgi Dimitrov (1882 - 1949) in far-off Moscow, this photo-essay briefly tells the story of the radical elements within the United States during the late '30s who were organized and directed by American Communists William Z. Foster (1881 – 1961), Earl Browder (1891 – 1973), and Ella Reeve Bloor (1862 – 1951). Accompanying a short editorial are pictured the images of the leaders of the CPUSA (Communist Party USA) and the various assorted Americans who rallied, marched and rioted under their banner during the Great Depression:
"Communism is the greatest menace to the domestic peace of the United States today. For three reasons: The virus of its democracy-wrecking disease is not easily recognized by laymen who often mistake it for liberalism...