Earl Browder Runs for President on a Communist Party Ticket

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Earl Browder, who was the Communist party's candidate in 1936 and 1940, reaches out to progressives in a speech on the campaign trail. While appealing a passport forgery conviction in 1940, he was forbidden to travel and thus ran his campaign exclusively out of New York.

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