Lovejoy, a common Pittsburgh steelworker, is recruited by the FBI to infiltrate his union, which, in reality, is a Communist organization that has been trying to increase its membership among the disenfranchised laborers. At a big Communist convention Lovejoy is shocked to find the Red
leaders gorging themselves on caviar and champagne while boasting that when they take over America, everyone will live the good life. The scene confirms the evil duplicity of the Communists, who spout populist propaganda while living high on the hog from the rank-and-file's union dues. Of course,
living this double life takes its toll on the noble Lovejoy, who cannot even confide in ...