The national headquarters of the staunch D. A. R. (of which the author, unfortunately, is not a member), which reprinted each article in her former pamphlet Red Revolution and sent copies to each chapter in the U. S. A. The D. A. R. Members are the best informed body of women in America on this subject and are correspondingly detested by the Reds. Senator Clayton R. Lusk, whose gift of the most valuable and complete -page four-volume Report of the Joint Legislative Committee of the State of New York Investigating Seditious Activities, a report based upon indisputable documentary evidence made by the committee which he headed, has made available the background and information concerning the Red move ment up to the year 1920, when it was issued, which is incorporated within this book. Lt. Nelson E. Hewitt, a super-expert-patriot who has devoted twelve years of his life to active statistical work and study on Red subversive activities, who edits the Advisory Associates weekly Bulletins which every super patriot needs (p. 0. Box. 403, Chicago) and who has given the greatest personal aid of all, having devoted a number of full days of his time to check ing and supplying information used in this book. Francis Ralston Welsh, Philadelphia attorney and research expert on sub versive activities — a real super-patriot -who has sent many excellent reports.