New York: New Century Publishers, (1949). 12mo. Wraps. 23 p. Seidman F153. 
"An attack on the use of spies and stool-pigeons to give false testimony at the Smith Act trials of the communist leaders. The author charges that the spies and informers used in the case also spy on trade unions, and asserts that a fair hearing is impossible in this circus atmosphere" - Seidman.