The Party Organizer (Communist Party USA Central Committee). Vol. 7 Nos. 11. November, 1934.
Contents: Intensify the Security Drive, An Analysis of Recruiting in a Chicago Section by E.B. Section 8 Chicago, Failure to Prepare for Struggles Prevents Carrying Out of Party Line by Pat Toohey, Experiences in the Textile Strike in Philadelphia by I.K., Section Organizer Section 3, Right Opportunist Mistakes in Cleveland Anti-Fascist Action, Leaflet Distribution in a Period of Terror by A San Francisco Comrade, Where Shall We Place Responsibility for Our Weaknesses? by Central Org. Commission, Directives of C.C. on Exchange of Membership Books and Registration of Membership, Increasing “The Communist International” Circulation in District 6, AGIT-PROP SECTION: The Use of Party Leaflets in the National Textile Strike by Alex Bittelman, Lessons from the Unit Discussions on the Party Anniversary, Excerpts from a Letter to the Agit-Prop Commission of the C.C..
The Party Organizer was the internal bulletin of the Communist Party published by its Central Committee beginning in 1927. First published irregularly, than bi-monthly, and then monthly, the Organizer was primarily meant for the Party’s unit, district, and shop organizers. The Organizer offers a much different view of the CP than the Daily Worker, including a much higher proportion of women writers than almost any other CP publication. Its pages are often full of the mundane problems of Party organizing, complaints about resources, debates over policy and personalities, as well as official numbers and information on Party campaigns, locals, organizations, and periodicals making the Party Organizer an important resource for the study and understanding of the Party in its most important years.
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