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Earl Russell Browder

communist party novel

Browder, Earl Russell (1891–1973), U.S. Communist party secretary-general 1930–44 and president of the Communist Political Association 1944–45. He was also the Communist presidential candidate in 1936 and 1940, but was expelled from the party in 1946 for advocating greater cooperation between the Soviet Union and the West. Brown, Charles Brockden (1771–1810), one of the first U.S. professional novelists. Influenced by William Godwin, his Alcuin: A Dialogue (1798) and novel Edgar Huntly (1799) plead for social reform. Wieland (1799) is an outstanding Gothic novel.

See also: Communism.

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