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 Reed, John - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Reed, John
Later indicted in the USA for sedition, Reed fled to the Soviet Union, where he died in exile.
Born in Portland, Oregon, and educated at Harvard, Reed began his journalism career on the staff of the American Magazine 1911.
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 Oregon Blue Book: Notables- John Reed
John Reed was born in Portland, Oregon on October 22, 1887 to Charles Jerome Reed and Margaret Green Reed.
Reed graduated from Harvard in 1910, where he served on the editorial board of the Harvard Monthly and Lampoon, and was class orator and poet.
Reed's pro-Communist and antiwar articles were partly responsible for that journal's indictment and trials on the grounds of sedition.
www.bluebook.state.or.us /notable/notreed.htm   (479 words)

  
 Reed, John. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Reed returned to the USSR, worked in the Soviet bureau of propaganda, and was appointed Soviet consul to New York.
Upon protest from the U.S. government, Reed was withdrawn from the consulship.
He died in Moscow of typhus and was buried at the Kremlin.
www2.bartleby.com /65/re/Reed-Joh.html   (278 words)

  
 John Reed
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Why Reed Left Citi John Reed was not the right man at the right time - Sandy Weill is.
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