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IS THIS TOMORROW is published for one purpose-TO MAKE YOU THINK!

To make you more alert to the menace of Communism.



Today, there are approximately 85.000 official members of the Communist Party in the United States. There are hundreds of additional members whose names are not carried on the Party roles because acting as disciplined fifth columnists of the Kremlin. they have wormed their way into key positions in qovernment offices. trade unions, and other positions of public trust.

Communists themselves claim that for every official Party member, there are ten others ready, willing, and able to do the Party's bidding.

These people are working day and night-laying the groundwork to overthrow YOUR GOVERNMENT!

The a.verage American is prone to say, "It Can't Happen Here," Millions of people in other countries used to say the same thing.

, Today, they are dead-or living in Communist slavery. IT MUST NOT HAPPEN HERE!

OT W~N'r LONG AI=T~R T~E e~D O~ 114c S~COND WO~Lr) WA~,TI-!AT COMMO~15T fORCES I~ AMERICA SEIZED T~5IR C~AN". T145 SiOQY I~ GAD... T~E "ND TRAGIC ••• SI.lT TI4I; I~ T~E WAY IT

51'~ING CAME EARL.Y TI-IAT ytsAR BOr IT WAG ,-,OT AND DRY.

NO RAIN5 ALL GPRING. IT'LL ee A eAD YEAR.

WIT~ !-lARD WOI<K we t;,J..IOUI-.D MANAGlS TO SAVE SOME O~ OUR CROPS.

yeA~, BUT IT~ t>JOT GOING TO Be ENOUGI-I.

DUST STORMS SWEPT TH~· SOUT14W5Sr _

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COMMUNIST t.EADERS MET IN N=W YORK.. "ONES / YOU'RE OUR NUMBER ONE MAN IN AME~ICA. T~€ KREMLIN ~EEL~ T~E T/M~ I~ t<IPE. L.Ef.s HA\1E "fOUR REPORT:; ON HOW wE CAN BEGT GAIN CONTROL O~ 11-1= UNITED 5TArSS. '

~IRS-r, We MUST TOUCH Ol='t: ~ R~AL. CRISIS

IN "T"HIS COUNTRY so wE. HAV; AN ExC.USE:

TO S~I'ZE POWER.

BROWN, AS ~EAD ' , OF i'ROPA6ANDA WHAi !-lAVe ~OU DGNE 10 CARR't'OOr

OUR' PLAN?

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sv ~AR T~E MO~T SUCCE55FUL. APPROACJ..l I-4AG BeEN Tj..IS

_, FRONT" ~eTUP'

A~ YOU KNOW, A FEW O~ OI.lQ BOYS 5iART

A \ I=RONT' TO OPPOSE

FA~C1SM OR I NTOl. E.RANCE OR 50ME.THI N6 ELC;e_ TJ.lAT 15

UNPOPULAR.

TJ.lE Y. GET A ;EW' BI(3 NAME5 ro BACK TueM •••• '1

NATURALL.Y YOU WOULD LIKE To BE A~;OCIAT5-D WI,n~ OUR LIE-AGUE TO Of!"P05E

I NTOL.ERANCE.

BUr ~El\JATOR, YOU W()N'r ~AVE TO WORRY ABOUT 11-115 WORK TA).;(ING YOUR TI Me: _ W(E !-lAND!..6-

.THE' WORK. ALL WE WANT I~ YOUR ENt)OR5E-MENi O~ OUR PRO.JECT.

BUT e:,eTiiNG PEOPL.E' TO THINK OUR WAY WOULD HAVE BeeN

1M POSSI BL.E .

AND 1Y1""~.

NATUI2AL.L'Y WE PLUG Tl-IE

PARTY LINE ~RON\ START TO ~INIGJ..I, ANt' Tl-lE PEOPLe NEVER 1-001<. B.E~IND THe "FRONT:1 PReTTY ,SOON 'Tl-l=y'RE 6UPPORTINC,; UG. '

WE ~AVE DONE AN EXCEPnONAI. ..JOl; OF MAKIN0 DII=-I=-ERENT

C~AS~=S AND __.""'-'~1.\\1

ReLIc:,ION~ ~ATE eAc..~ or~!:I< .

IR~T OUR BOY':; ..JOIN VARIOUS CLUBS __ ."

. SOME. O~ MY BE5i ~RIEND5 ARE .JE.WS, S~T_ •••

CL.A6S CONFLICT AND T~e BREAKDOWN 01= BOUR~ ~ PEOPLE ARi: GIVING UPi).IEIR $lbL.'/

GEOIS MORAt..6 HAVS BEE.N J.lAt-JDL.~D VERY WEL.L SY IDEAS ABOUT 'SACReDNESS' O~ LI~e.1/

PEOPLE IN HOL.LYWOOD:"~~~"Y'f!I'r."I~=--r-rr--f"'

GO A~EAD, $~e: CAN'r LIVe ANYWAY. 41-1E: ~J6NED ~OQ TI1IG MERCY KIL.L.ING.

AND ~OME PEOPLE

IN CON6RE:;:; WON"" WAKE UP UNTIl- WE HAY~ MoveD IN.

GMITI-I J.I~ C~ARG~ 01= LASOI2 AND il-lE ARMED FORC~.

<JoWj.'v~ fAIC.!N PA~r IN E~OIJGI-I ~i~lt(es '1"0 KNOVJ 1~Ar OLl~ $r~AT!GlCAkbY

PI..AC5:P .

L-tADISRS CA"-I :PA~AL.YZS CERTAIN IItJ~U5"RJ=~ ANYTIMe YOU

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WI:L.1.. DOIIJE. MOGCOW WIL.L. APPRove, WE sselN TOMORROW __

CODED ORDeRS WENT TO KEY ME~ IN ~VERY crrv TO pur ED PL.AN~INiO 5~FECr.

MY ~~IP UN10N~ GTr<IKI:

TOMORf<OW .

AT MID.N16HT!



YOU (301H KNOW

-r~E PAt<.TY PLAN .. r::'OR .,-H E:

UN I~£t< S-rA'rES. 6ET 7'0

YOUR. JOBS.

BUT NEVER MAKE

1"HE MISTAKE 01=' TI4INKING THAi AMERIC.AN Lo4\BO~

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COM Iv\U N 1ST.

WE ARE A8LE TO IRICK LABOR. INTO LETTINCr COMMUNISTS CONTIZOL SOME UN IONS.

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:t: REPEAT - AGrA1N

1"t-\AT WAGES"",

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1'0 -(;,0. MY WfF'£ W/L.L;"'EV~r< 6£I-IE,V€ ,/-IA; L WAS AI A UNION MEEilNG r ilL.1.. ONE A.M.

AND NOW -! Move -rI-4A1"

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IN ;::'AVOr:z OF

AI..L OF' SOVJff ~USS/A's POL.ICI~S I~ EU;z..OPE" .



IT $AVG I-It=Re jl-lE CATi-10LICG , ARf: SiRONS e NOI.J6~ TO TAKE TI-l5 COUNTRY OVE~

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A Fl..OOD O~ INTOLERANT PAMPI-IL.e-T~ ~IT T~S STR~~r.

1N OTI-1E1:2 PLAces 1'HE ((ED P~AN WAS Wl-1rr~ AGAfl\l$T SLACK.

GTART 5OMer~ING W1i!-l iHerGE TWO NEGRO~~. MY MEN, WILl.. DO T~E '", Re-6ft'

E ,.ATTLE ~P~·=A('!)i~UGJ.lOUT ~E CtTY.

il-liG I~ T~E. r'OORTJ.! DAY A~D THE 'RIOT5 ARE 5TI1..L 601 NG ON.

MEAN~II..E IN NEW YOl« I (,AY we ~~OUJ..D MARCH ~:_,!.!!!~~~~~ -rJ.1 ~OtJGoH 1'l-lf CITY AND ~OL.D A Ml:eilNG IN TJM~S tGQUAP.~!

COMRADEsG, THE COUNTRY It; R1P~ FOR:

PICK1I\JG. tOMORROW I GO AGAIN -

TO 'SEE:. OU~ I=RIEND, THE:

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~MlrJ.f At-JO I-IIG M~N 1.1$&0 TJ.1S I<I0i TO

"He12 ADVA~TAGe. .

TJ.1E GOVERNME:NT AND TI-I& CA!=>IT'AI.I~"'~ !-lAVe GAt\fGSD UP ON LABOR.

OUR' ONLY WAY OF' F/eHrlN6 &AC.K' I~ A.. I GeNE~A!.. ?1;ZIK=,

1"He PRE.SIDENT AND VICE:- PRE~IDENT WI~L. 8S TAKeN CAR~ 01= N~XT WC:EK.

-riley 'AR& s~eAK'N& PRSC~De~T TO ~IDe TOGlETHerc .

It-J TJ.;lE PARADS "'T"I-.'Urc'DAY. -

son~ THE PRE~IDE'NT AND VICE-PRE5IDENf W~Rf KIL.I..~O . I N<;;TANTLY/ j~c: 6PEAKS~ OF TI-le!-lOuSE geCOME!$ PRE:~IO~Nr or: 7~E

UNITED 5fATaGI

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A CONF=USED CONGI<CSS ReA DJ LY ACC.SP.

TED CL.JN=~ OF=~E1< TO' ~Ol.Vt= TI-lE NATlON5 ' PROB!.GMS.

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1'~e ONI..Y ~OL.l,)iION ' 1$ 'ro DeC~AI:2E AN • UNL.IMliSD eM~I<GeNCY7 AND Give M':: ~')(jRAO!eDI~ARY POWERG!

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I J.jAVE ORDERG

{:ROM THE KREMLIN·TO,

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TJ.1AT WAY- WUI- KILl- TWO [;IRDG W!Tl;.j ONi: ~rONe.

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Nor LONG AI=TER, ~OOD ~rOREHOV5f?G ALL. OVSRTt.-iE COUNTRY WERS BLOWN UP.

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REMAININ6 ~roREI-iOU5E WERE PLIT

IJN[)S~ Io-IEAVY GUAI<D _

T~e PREGIDE-Nr CAl.L.6 IN REPORTER5.

"He j::A5CISTS W~O BUI(NeD OUR ~OOD SHAL.l.. BE PIJNI6~eD 'MMeDIAT~L.y'1

"~e: MEN Wl-IO SURt-J&D' THI~ CITY~ ~TOREHOU:;E 5AY YOU ADVIGSD THEM TO DO IT:

I-lU~G~Y P>EOPt..E- FIGI-jT ~OR FODD AI..I.. OV$:R TH5 NATION.

You FOOLS! 1"j.jEPEO~LE WIl..!..

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JONES IS GIVEN THE TITLE OF\\CHIEF ADVISOR" AND RECEIVES EMERGENCY POWERS.

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CAN YOUR MEN TAKE OVER TOP PO':iITIONG IMME[)/ATE.L-Y~

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'ARE OF= CONG~5GS.

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00 ~OMcTl-lINe QUICK I~ OeMAf\JOIN6 A REPORT!

II1ERE WI!..L. ~S NO I~VSGTJGAiION. .. Tl1liRE I~ ''''0 T/MF: '_~"",_-.c=1 TO WA~rS ON SJ)CJ..I

FOOI..I~j..fNE~.

GOVERNMENt R-E-GUI..ATION.G Af<E DI<IVING UG our OF ~U'INC:':;G.

WE HAve TO eE:i T~c: CHAMSE'R or: ____ COMMERCE TO ACT

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WHAT CAtV WE DO 'NOW~ SMIT~

I-IA; DIGGOL-VED ALL.. SUS(~E5r;; ORGANIZATIONG •• J.iE tjAYG Tj.{~Y"Re: t5l.1gVER~IV~ I

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NOT' MUCH we CAJ.l DO ABOr.>r I" iljI.·jeR, NOW T~A." j~e 6OVS~i\!Me"'i ~A'; /vAT/ONAI-IZSD 'TIole WJ.ioJ..e ~A"'O 'NDIJSr~v.

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we J..IAVE t.JIiW 800f(!; AND NIiW ieAC~!Q~ FOIC Yow. YOU WILL. Nor !-lAVE .0 LI~TEN iO L.IE~ ANY I.ONGe,,:e.!

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BUT v,Jl-jeRE: ~Au... We eo AND WI-lAi CAt-J WE [;OJ NOvJ~

WE'l..L N&.vel< ?iO? rrs ISITl-leR "HG

C.Io4URC~ OR U>. "

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C~ORC~as ,.e.AC~ 1'I-Ie IM~RTANce OF 1'~e INDIVIDtJAL..

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~ GOOD! SMITH, 'IOU CALL A MEETING 01= LABOR LEADERS FROM ALL OVER THE C.OUNTR.'Y.

OUR COUNTRY IS ON THE VER6E O~ BANKRUPTCY -:- THe S'iUATlON CALLS FOR THt=. MOST DESPERATE MEASURE'S

IN OU~ ' •.

HISTORY.

BUT FIRST WE MUST CALL

. O~I= T~E STRIKES.

THEY HAVE SE~veD THEIR PURPose IN HELPIN'G TI-IE CON~USION.

BROWN, HAvE 'YOU H~O THOSE NEW RATION BOOKS PRI NTED TH-AT I ORDERED 1-

YOU U~'ION LEADERG MUGf ~rop ALL ~TJ(IKES I MM~DIAT~L-Y. ~roM

NOW ON, we MlJSr WOI?K TOGEr~eR.

sur TI15, MEN WIL.L. NOT ~T'OP NOW. TI1It.JGS ARE Wo~E

T~Af.J E.VfRr

••• :rHE NF:W ~ATION gOOKG WERE NOW 61veN

our TO T~e P~O~LS. ' .

~f<RY, YOU MUST HAV~'TI-IS 6L.Ue RATION WOK NOW. jl-lt~ ONeI'? NJ 6ooD.

OIJ ve5, i~Ey WILL. NEW RATION [;001(6 WH.!. I=IX T~AT.

'IOU 6J:.lOU!;"P ~Ave i~OU61 .. rr O~ TI-lAT WI-I51\J 'TI-Ig' GoVERNMENT A~Ker> YOt} ,0 &0 ~ACK iOWOR~

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100 LITTLe: PAy .. _.iOO MUQ.4 OVE~T/Me, AND T~OGf NeW SO%E.~!

NOW R~M~MBER YOU GUYf, •• NEXr TIME- ij.1~R&'5 ANY ~L.ACKJNG, Ir~ A BULLET AND Nor A W~/P.

Y=A~, I=OR ~IV& Y&AR>-TO 'NORK

O~ A DAM.

ceMS ON,GeT IN.

,..~e-I(E'L.L 8= MO~e ROOM IN T~AT ~Ol.D

BY ,.~s TIMe 'YOU 61:.T '

10 JurveAU ANYWAY.

'if~~~ CAM~ ,I-IE GTRAf.J6ESr ELECTION 11\1 WJIT5D ~ATe" I-II~rORy. T~il<e WA~ ONl.Y OI\lE PARTY 01\1 TI-lE BALLOT - i~5 COMMuNI~T PA~Y. 1l4E RI9j.jT TO VOTE VJA> rAKe~ AWAY

I=ROM I-IU~D~eD5 OF= i~OUSA~DG O~ A/oJTICOMMUNI6T~. Sour .JUST io MA!(E ~URE) OPPOSIT .. IO~ LliA5 rAK~~ CARS Or::

ItI.)T~1.ESGL. y.

11= Wt: AL.1. GE'f TOGEr~SR At-JD 'lorE R)RJACK':;ON) J~E:tl. WIN E:VE:N IF j.I~ 1~1J'r O~ THe COMMUNI!if

~A!.~Oi. In-I!'i~~7/F'7f

HURRY Up; COMe ACR05G WITH TH05= RECORD:;.

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OKAY, TAK~ rr AWAY. T'j..IE PL.ACe I~ CL.cAt\)E.D.

.JONE5 EXPLAIN6 TI-IAT SANI< ~eIWRE WAS NE:CE~:;ARY "TO f,AVE TI-!E EARNI~5 01= T~E PEOPL.5~

11-161\) wsu, RUN 1'1-!~ C.OMMut-Jl~r~ OLlr, &~, POpt~

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80% O~ YOUR CKOP GOES 10 TI-lE ~AiE.

NEXT" ":-lEAr? '{OW VJI L.L.. NOT pur ~o MlJO·1 L..l:fVD INfO CORtV, elTJ-lE-R.



1 DON'T K~OW) SUT JOE 8A,\}K; WAr:, :5E~r 10 ALASKA J:OR HOLDIN& BACK ON ~I; CR'OPS.

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ADVJ50R JONI:~ 1-iAt; .DECREED T~AT AL.I- I=ARM A~IMAL6

Af.JD MACI-IIN=RY' ARt: ,\JOW i~e PROPERTY 01= 111E aOVERNMEt-JT. &AC~ MAtJ WIL.L

U5E: iJ..lSM ltV 1-115 TURN.

A~D SE_SIDE iHAT, MY MOM sri LL ~A~ SOME RELIGIOUS .JUt>JK.

eo! YOV'RE L-IGTE~ING TO F'ORSIGfIJ

B ROADCA;T~~

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YOU'VE GOT ~15 '?OUI..) .: NOW lAKE ~I~' BODY: iOO .

You POPS) Wl-lY DIDN'T YOu CI-lEGK ~N WI-lAT ~e:: WA~ L.E.AR~IJVG IN ~C~OOL. ?

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I AM 601 NG oro j:./OLD A VICTORY Dlr-JNER 10 CEL.EBRAT6. THe. ~UCCE$~ 01= T~E NE-W ORDe~. I WANT AL.L. jJ.lE TI<IMMINGG AND PL.ENTV OF jj.leM.

WE ~AVE. WQ/.Jj NOWj A~r:> NOT~IN6 CAt-J PUT U5 OUi. WE. ~AVf fAK5N OVER COMPl.ETELY.

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Did our story seem incredible? . It is unbelievable-that such a small- group could ever dream of enforcing its will upon the majority. But remember that a group far smaller than the number of Communists living and working in America today seized control of Russia in 1917.

No one can refuse to believe what he knows to be true. And we do know that every method shown in this presentation has been used by the Communists in their rise to power in other countries. Starvation. murder. slavery. force-those are the tools the Communists use to CCtlTY out the doctrine of Communism.

The Communists are preparing to seize control of America in any crisis. This crisis. real ·or contrived-will be the.ir signal to move in ••• and make their bid for power.

This crisis might begin with a flood in Pennsylvania-a drought in the Middle WesL Or it might begin with a general strike in some of our large industrial cities-New York-Detroit-

Chicago-San Francisco. .

It happened in Poland. Hungary. Yugoslavia. and country after country, the world over.

It is their plan for America. .

WHERE DO YOU COME IN?

You are the one with whom the Communist "is struggling right now. His aim is to make you hate your fellow man and keep you blind to the important things in life. He wants to make you forget the importance of your right to vote as you please-to say what you please-to go where you please-to worship as you please. The Communist really wants you to forget all your rights to individual freedom and liberty.

But you cannot assume your individual rights without assuming individual responsibility. U you want to keep on living in freedom, you must know who the Communists are-and their methods of working. You must recognize the Communist Party line in action and separate Communist propaganda from the factual news of the day.

You are on the defensive in this battle. You owe it to yourself to know all about the invader.

He knows more about you than you suspect.

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TEN OF

COMMANDMENT C ,I ,T [Z ENS HIP

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2. Know, the issues before it.

3. 'Keep up on foreign problems.

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4. Be tolerant of other races, relig.ions, and nationalities.

5. Practice your own religion.,

6. R.ead newspapers and magazines critically.'" ..

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9 .. Joinp~li~i~al 'cnganizations.

8;··Follow dosely the actions 'of'your elected

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10. Be American first.