Elizabeth Dilling Stokes being escorted from the U.S. Capitol for leading an anti-war demonstration in 1941

Elizabeth Dilling Stokes (1894 - 1966) was an anti-communist and anti-war activist and writer. In 1934 she wrote "The Red Network: A 'Who's Who' and Handbook of Radicalism for Patriots" in which she listed purported communists to expose communist front activity in the United States. Clarence Darrow was included in the book along with many of his friends and associates. Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-111260