Sound (English), b&w, 30 min. A view of the strength of Communism in France in 1953. Includes Communist parades, a mock fight between French youth and a U.S. Military Policeman and interviews with a French Socialist and U.S. labor officials Joseph Heath, and Victor Reuther, who tell how the Communists must be fought in France. Also shows Communist and anti-Communist posters on walls. Highlights the life of a French worker and his wife, as well as an exhibit on productivity. A French plant owner tells of workers' poor wages and the importance of increasing production. In a labor union school, students practice techniques of collective bargaining. At a union meeting, heated discussions arise. Joe Heath ends picture with a short talk on unions. 1953. No production information except "MSA." NARA ref. copy: VT. NB(1): The footage in this copy is exceptionally clear and sharp. NB(2): This film was originally listed as 306.04636, but that copy seems to have been taken off the shelves.