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Revision as of 10:48, 16 November 2009

Jose Soler

Jose A Soler...

In 2009 Jose Soler was a contributing editor and a member of the [1] of the Editorial Collective of Political Affairs, theoretical journal of the Communist Party USA.

He is Director of the Arnold M Dubin Labor Education Center at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

1980s US Peace Council Executive Board

Jose Soler was a an Executive Board member of the Communist Party USA dominated US Peace Council [2] 1983-1985-Puerto Rican Socialist Party, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Soviet front-International Association of Journalists

Alice Palmer, editor of the Black Press Review was elected International Association of Journalists vice president for North America at the organization's 10th Congress, October 20-23 1986, in Prague Czechoslovakia. She also traveled to the Soviet Union and Bulgaria during the same trip[3]. Alice Palmer's IOJ duties were to include co-ordinating the activities of IOJ chapters in the US, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.[4].

Other US attendees included Jan Carew of Black Press Institute, Simon Gerson and Jose Soler of the US branch of IOJ and Gwen McKinney and Leila McDowell-Head of the National Alliance of Third World Journalists[5].

The IOJ was a Soviet front operation[6], based in Prague until its expulsion by the Czech government in 1995.


  1. http://www.politicalaffairs.net/article/static/17/1/3/,,
  2. USPC conference brochure Yale University November 8-10, 1985
  3. Peoples Daily World Dec 24 1986 p 11
  4. Peoples Daily World Dec 24 1986 p 10
  5. IOJ 10th Conference participants list 1986
  6. Yearbook on International Communist Affairs 1991 p 437