The Daily Worker Saturday Supplement. Vol. 3 No. 22. February 26, 1926.

Much to recommend this issue beginning with Robert Minor’s with a look at Washington and Lincoln, James H. Dolsen looks at the geopolitics of of China’s Eastern Railway, and a historic piece by Lenin, ‘Reactionaries in the Labor Movement’ (linked to online text below).

The Daily Worker Saturday Supplement. Vol. 3 No. 22. February 26, 1926.

Contents: George Washington the ‘Father’ by Robert Minor, Lincoln the ‘Savior’ of the Union by Robert Minor, The Use Value of God by Harry Gannes, The Boy’s Arm and the Lady’s Pearl by Bertha Shains, The Chinese Eastern Railway by James H. Dolsen, Whither American Federation of Labor by A Plumber, The Spy by Henry George Weiss, Reactionaries in the Labor Movement by Lenin, Lenin and the Cooperatives by George Halonen, The Want to Jail the Coal Diggers by Alex Reid, Political Exiles Meet in Moscow by William F. Kruse.

The Saturday Supplement, later changed to a Sunday Supplement, of the Daily Worker was a place for longer articles with debate, international focus, literature, and documents presented. The Daily Worker began in 1924 and was published in New York City by the Communist Party US and its predecessor organizations. Among the most long-lasting and important left publications in US history, it had a circulation of 35,000 at its peak. The Daily Worker came from The Ohio Socialist, published by the Left Wing-dominated Socialist Party of Ohio in Cleveland from 1917 to November 1919, when it became became The Toiler, paper of the Communist Labor Party. In December 1921 the above-ground Workers Party of America merged the Toiler with the paper Workers Council to found The Worker, which became The Daily Worker beginning January 13, 1924.

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