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Varney in his youth was a member of the Industrial Workers of the World. His "Revolt" (1919) was one of only two novels of the Wobblies written by members. Later, after a period in the Communist Party, he moved to the far right, notably as an editor of the post-Mencken "American Mercury" and as a participant in the "China Lobby." He is listed here as "President and founder of the Committee on Pan American Policy"