The FIGHT Against War and Fascism. Vol. 4 No. 7. May, 1937.
Contents: The Negro Worker by Lester B. Granger, Armament Madness by H.C. Engelbrecht, Czechoslovakia by E.P. Greene, The Faggot and the Rope by William N. Jones, Sister Johnson Marches by Langston Hughes, Children in Harlem, ‘My Second War’ by Oscar Ameringer, The Drought Breaks by Sylvia Townsend Warner, ‘Taint So by Langston Hughes, Iowa by Carroll Norling, DEPARTMENTS: Movies, As to Women, Radio, Building the League, Books, Youth ‘Notes’, Wall Street, Editorials.
FIGHT Against War and Fascism was the monthly newspaper of the broad-based, but Communist-inspired, American League Against War and Fascism formed in 1933 as Nazism came to power in Germany. The paper and the League attracted fairly wide support and hosted many events in the 1930s. In 1937, reflecting the Popular Front turn, the name of the group was changed to the American League for Peace and Democracy and the journal to The Fight for Peace and Democracy. Both the paper and the organization closed in the wake of 1939’s Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact.
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