Earl Browder

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Template:TOCnestleft Earl Browder was a leader of the Communist Party USA.

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Louise Bransten first met Gregori Kheifets in 1942, and soon afterward commenced an intimate association with him. In fact, Bransten was unquestionably the closest associate of Kheifets, and he frequently confided in her.

While Louise Bransten's open activities appeared to have been related principally to the American-Russian Institute, a Communist- front organization, she frequently met with individuals such as Haakon Chevalier, professor of Romance languages at the University of California, Joseph North, editor of New Masses; Earl Browder, his brother, William Browder, Lement Upham Harris, Gerhart Eisler and Nathan Gregory Silvermaster.