The Workers Monthly. Vol. 4 No. 4. February, 1925.
Contents: The Left Wing in Trade Union Elections by William Z. Foster, The Sixth Trade Union Congress of the USSR by Charles E. Johnson, An Old Prison Speaks by Robert Minor, Teddy’s Correspondence: Confidential Letters of an Earlier LaFollette by Thurber Lewis, Latin-American Peasants Turn to Communism by Bertram D. Wolfe, History of the Russian Communist Party by Gregory Zinoviev, A Conference of Progressive Reactionaries by Alexander Bittelman, A Pan-American Fig Leaf by J.W. Johnstone, The Fine Art of Grafting by T.J. O’Flaherty, Anthracite by Joseph Manley, From Anarchism to Communism by Jay Fox, Employers Association in the United States by Louis Zoobock.
The Workers Monthly began publishing in 1924 as a merger of the ‘Liberator’, the Trade Union Educational League magazine ‘Labor Herald’, and Friends of Soviet Russia’s monthly ‘Soviet Russia Pictorial’ as an explicitly Party publication. In 1927 Workers Monthly ceased and the Communist Party began publishing The Communist as its theoretical magazine. Editors included Earl Browder and Max Bedacht as the magazine continued the Liberator’s use of graphics and art.
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