The New Majority (Farmer Labor Party, Chicago). Vol. 7 No. 16. April 22, 1922.
The New Majority was the paper of the Federated Farmer-Labor Party, founded in 1918 as the Minnesota Labor Party, and published weekly by the Chicago Federation of Labor beginning in 1919. Mostly edited by Robert Buck, as well as party and labor union activities the paper reported on the vibrant co-operative and workers’ education movements of the time. The Party was did not survive the 1923 attempt by the John Pepper-led Workers (Communist) Party to take over the F.L.P. The F.L.P. attracted many non-Communist leftists in the workers movement and the paper is a rich source on labor activity and union history those years.
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