Left-Leaning Slavic Immigrants and the Critiques of Capitalism during the Popular Front and Early Cold War

During World War II, left-wing immigrants sought to transform the nature of capitalism. Collaborating in a Popular Front, they expected a genuine commitment to Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms would lead to fuller democracy and economic security. Critiques of capitalism came from members of the American Slav Congress, founded in 1942. Leaders focused on the predations of […]