Communism, then, is not a relic of the Cold War era that we no longer have to worry about after the fall of the Soviet Empire. Communism is alive and well in America, and is on the verge of a total victory through the machinations of the secular humanists who serve its principles and are seeking to promote its agenda of overthrowing the United States of America and supplanting its government and liberties and Constitution and Bill of Rights with a communist government and society.
"I have been to Europe several times, mostly in connection with international radical activities and have traveled in the United States to areas of conflict over workers rights to strike and organize. My chief aversion is the system of greed, private profit, privilege [Roger Baldwin was a product of a well-to-do, or "privileged" but radical, atheistical, anticapitalist family, according to Robertson] and violence which makes up the control of the world todlay, and which has brought it to the tragic crisis of unprecedented hunger and unemployment. Therefore, I am for Socialism (another word for communism), disarmament and ultimately, for the abolishing of the State itself. I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class [excepting his own property, of course--Ed.] and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal."
I did not find the source of this particular Baldwin quote in Robertson's book in the end notes, but Robertson does list a previous book which ought to give these same views: Roger Baldwin's "Liberty Under the Soviets (New York, N.Y: Vanguard Press, 1928.