Books of Portland son, Red hero, banned
Oregon Journal (Portland)
25 books written by 8 separate authors all purported to be Communists including John Reed, Earl Browder, William Z. Foster, Ilya Ehrenburg, Trofim Lysenko, Maxim Gorki, Agnes Smedley, and Anna Louis Strong, Insurgent Mexico by John Reed, Ten days that shook the world by John Reed
Various locations around the world
U.S. Information Libraries overseas
Removal and even burning of all works by the named authors
Several authors purported to have Communist affiliations had their books removed from State Department libraries in foreign countries. A total of 25 books were banned, including those of the writer John Reed, a Portland native who was buried within the wall of the Kremlin near Lenin's tomb. Eight authors wrote the 25 books, all presumed to be Communists, as stated by the acting head of the International Information Administration.
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