New York: New Century Publishers, (1946). 12mo. Wraps. 32 p. Seidman P125. Very good. 
Comdemns the regime of former collaborationist Manuel Roxas and promotes the Huk guerrillas as the real fighters for liberation in the Philippines. An open letter to President Truman embodying the above sentiments is appended. Drawn up by the Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy, the letter was signed by Leonard Bernstein, Van Wyck Brooks, Canada Lee, F. O. Matthiessen, Carey McWilliams, et al. "A communist view of American imperialism's stake in the Philippines. While giving the Philippines independence, we make the new republic our puppet, under our economic control for years to come, and crush the Hukbalahap, the backbone of the independence movement" - Seidman.