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 Charles Browder - “Few people are successful unless a lot of other people want them to be.”
 Charles Browder - “The good ideas are all hammered out in agony by individuals, not spewed out by groups.”
 Earl Browder - “This radical transformation of world power relationships reflects primarily in the case of both the USA and the USSR the growth of the productive forces.”
 Earl Browder - “The American Communists had thrived as champions of domestic reform.”
 Earl Browder - “Socialism is nothing more nor less than the social, political and ideological system which breaks the fetters upon economic growth created under capitalism and opens the way to a new period of economic and social expansion on a much larger scale.”
 Earl Browder - “Marxism is an interpretation of history which explains the progress of society as a product of the expansion of the forces of production of the material means of life, that is, the development of economy.”
 Earl Browder - “Marxism conceives of the new system of socialism as the necessary outcome of all previous history made possible and necessary only by that previous history.”
 Earl Browder - “I knew I could not maintain that leadership in open struggle against Moscow influence. Only two Communist leaders in history ever succeeded in doing this - Tito and Mao Tse-tung.”
 Earl Browder - “But I made no efforts to organize my supporters to hold on to the apparatus. Consequently I was soon expelled and my followers, who did not change coats overnight, quietly left or were expelled from the party.”
 Earl Browder - “Because capitalist society has expanded the productive forces so enormously, the social conditions under which it arose lag behind and become fetters holding back the further growth of productive forces.”
 Earl Browder - “I have opposed the Communist cold war line ever since, both by public utterance and by private help to trade unionists breaking free from the Communist influence.”
 William Browder - “For me, the main thing that has changed between this year and last is that I've been unable to travel freely to and from Russia.”
 Charles Browder - “Come and meet the real super heroes, the men and women who risk their lives for you.”
 William Browder - “My main message is that I'm looking forward to getting back. I would say that until there's some resolution to my case, many others will worry that the same thing could happen to them, and that's not good for Russia.”
 William Browder - “The Russian government doesn't come because for 70 years they didn't have to worry about what the world thought of them.”
 William Browder - “He's one of the smartest people in Russia.”
 Earl Browder - “The stage of the development of the productive forces determines the political and ideological superstructure of society which are crystallized into a system of social organization.”
 Joey Browder - “We played at a really high level the night before and came out this afternoon flat and unfocused. We didn't hit the ball at the plate, and they did. There were bright spots and some good plays made in the field (by infielders Knapp and Lewis and first baseman Barnes). We had one bad inning and then played fair the rest of the game.”
 Joey Browder - “It was good to get a W under our belts after the tough (season-opening) loss to Prattville. We hit well and had notable contributions from everybody in getting the win. It was a total team effort, which is what it's all about.”
 Earl Browder - “Such hopes are, however, tempered by years of disillusioning memories, which remind us all that it takes two sides to make a peace.”
 Charles Browder - “When you try to formalize or socialize creative activity, the only sure result is commercial constipation. The good ideas are all hammered out in agony by individuals, not spewed out by groups.”
 Earl Browder - “What remains constant for me, during the last 15 years, has been the conviction that the cold war was a calamity for the entire world, and that it can be justified by no consideration of theory, nor by any supposed national interest.”
 Earl Browder - “The social system grows rigid but the productive forces continue to expand, and conflict ensues between the forces of production and the social conditions of production.”