Communist Party USA --- ===
CIA https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP65-00756R000300080001-0.pdf Security Information Secret released 2003/09/26
The Eleventh National Convention of the Communist Party, USA in session from May 30 to June 2, 1940 adopted a resolution which expressed a reverent tone its proud association with foreign communist leaders. The great leaders in the history of the United States are disregarded as if they were representatives of a foreign ideology.
This approach may be clearly seen in the following quotation from this resolution:
"We are proud to bear the high title of member of the Communist Party of the United States of America. Let us raise high the banner of proletarian internationalism. We are proud to be associated with the Communist International.... We are proud to be associated in the ranks of proletarian internationalism with the greatest thinker, leader and builder of our time, who carried the work of Marx, Engels and Lenin to new Heights, to the victorious establishment of socialism, to the period of transition to Communism, to the safeguarding of the Soviet Union and its achievements against the furious dying struggles of a hostile capitalistic world -- the great Stalin".
FBI: The Menace of communism in the United States Today 1955-07
Originally top secret
The allegiance of communism in the United States
Despite the prosecutions and the solid opposition given the communist Party USA by the American people, it continues to exist actively and remains in 1955, as this study will show, a very real security menace to the United States. This is true, especially in the light of aggressive world Communism.
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New York Times Opinion | American Reds, Soviet Stooges - The New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/03/opinion/communist-party-usa-soviet-union.html Jul 3, 2017 -From its founding in 1919 in the wake of the Russian Revolution until the demise of the Soviet Union in 1991, the Communist Party of the United States of America was an instrument of Soviet foreign policy. The Communist International, or Comintern, which was set up under Lenin in 1919 and then disbanded by Stalin in 1943 as a gesture of unity to his World War II allies, regularly sent delegates to oversee the C.P.U.S.A. and transmitted orders from Moscow dictating who should lead the American party and what policies it should pursue. The dissolution of the Comintern did not end Soviet control over the C.P.U.S.A. Supervision was simply transferred to the newly formed international department of the Soviet Union’s own Communist party.