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Those who signed the “call” for this June 1964 convention, as set forth on page 15 of [[The Convener]] No. 4, included Charles Smith of Austin, Texas.<ref>[http://content.cdlib.org/view?docId=kt4w1003q8&doc.view=frames&chunk.id=d0e1014&toc.id=d0e97&brand=calisphere University of California website: The New National Organization of Communist Youth]</ref>
 
Those who signed the “call” for this June 1964 convention, as set forth on page 15 of [[The Convener]] No. 4, included Charles Smith of Austin, Texas.<ref>[http://content.cdlib.org/view?docId=kt4w1003q8&doc.view=frames&chunk.id=d0e1014&toc.id=d0e97&brand=calisphere University of California website: The New National Organization of Communist Youth]</ref>
 
   
 
   
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==CPUSA Farm Commission meeting==
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[[Image:CPUSA Farm Meeting Attendees.jpg|thumb|500px]]
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In December 1999, a [[Communist Party USA]]  meeting was held at the [[May Day Bookstore]] in [[Minneapolis]], [[Minnesota]], for the purpose of re-establishing the [[Communist Party USA]] Farm Commission.
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Party members present were [[Erwin Marquit]], [[Helvi Savola]], [[Jack Brown]], [[Peter Molenaar]], [[Morgan Soderburg]], [[William Gudex|Bill Gudex]], [[Mark Froemke]], [[Scott Marshall]], [[Gary Severson]], [[Michael Madden|Mike Madden]], [[Becky Pera]], [[Charlie Smith]] and [[Tim Wheeler]].<ref>CPUSA Farm Commission report, Tim Wheeler, December 16, 1999</ref>
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[[Category:Communist Party USA]]
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:W.E.B. DuBois Club]]
 
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Charles Smith

Communist youth conference

After the Conference of Socialist Youth in March 1964, it was decided to hold the next convention in Chicago, and there form a new national youth organization. The Coordinating Committee determined to switch the meeting place to San Francisco, however, and to hold it on June 19 through 21, 1964. The New organization was named the W.E.B. DuBois Clubs of America and would serve as the youth wing of the Communist Party USA.

Those who signed the “call” for this June 1964 convention, as set forth on page 15 of The Convener No. 4, included Charles Smith of Austin, Texas.[1]

CPUSA Farm Commission meeting

CPUSA Farm Meeting Attendees.jpg

In December 1999, a Communist Party USA meeting was held at the May Day Bookstore in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for the purpose of re-establishing the Communist Party USA Farm Commission.

Party members present were Erwin Marquit, Helvi Savola, Jack Brown, Peter Molenaar, Morgan Soderburg, Bill Gudex, Mark Froemke, Scott Marshall, Gary Severson, Mike Madden, Becky Pera, Charlie Smith and Tim Wheeler.[2]

References

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  1. University of California website: The New National Organization of Communist Youth
  2. CPUSA Farm Commission report, Tim Wheeler, December 16, 1999