story of the Daily Worker by W. Rust

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Statementby W. Rust.
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Publication began in While it generally reflected the prevailing views of the party, some attempts were made to make it appear that the paper reflected a broader spectrum of left. The Online Books Page. presents serial archive listings for.

The Daily Worker. The Daily Worker was a Communist daily newspaper published in the US in the 20th century. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.). Publication History. The Daily Worker began in as The Worker, a successor to The Toiler. It was renamed the Daily Worker in after adopting a daily publication schedule.

Read the essential details about the history of the American newspaper, The Daily Worker. The American Communist Party established the Daily Worker newspaper in It generally reflected the prevailing views of the party.

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A communist, he was the news editor of the Daily Worker untilwhen he resigned and converted to gained an international reputation in the late s and s as a prominent and outspoken critic of communism.

M.S. Exterior shot of the Daily Worker. M.S. Paper feeding into printing machine M.S. Other shots (7 in all) of the process of printing showing papers leaving machine.

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The Daily Worker newspaper, August through September By permission of the People's World. Daily Worker, newspaper that, under a variety of names, has generally reflected the views of the Communist Party of the United States.

The Daily Worker, its origins traceable to the s, was variously the organ and the “semiofficial” voice of the party, and its readers across the middle of the 20th century included numerous U.S.

government intelligence agents, who also monitored its. The official organ of the Communist Party, USA, the Daily Worker's editorial positions reflected the policies of the Communist Party. At the same time the paper also attempted to speak to the broad left-wing community in the United States that included labor, civil rights, and peace activists, with stories covering a wide range of events.

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