The Workers World (Kansas City). Vol. 1 No. 18. August 1, 1919.
The Workers World, published weekly in Kansas City, Missouri during much of 1919 was a mix of regional and national working class news, international socialist events, and the growing fights within the Socialist Party. It was one of many left-wing Socialist Party journals inspired by the Russian Revolution to emerge. Edited alternatively by future Communist Party leaders James P Cannon and Earl Browder, The Workers World ceased publication in November, 1919 as writers and readers moved on to build the Communist movement and its early parties.
PDF of full issue: https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/pubs/workersworld/n18-aug-01-1919-workers-world-G.pdf