Newspaper published in New York City by the Communist Party USA, a formerly Comintern-affiliated organization.- Daily Worker
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American author of novels, short stories, poems, and non-fiction.
In 1937, he relocated to New York and became the Bureau Chief of the communist publication The Daily Worker.
The name of the legal party organization used by the Communist Party USA from the last days of 1921 until the middle of 1929.
Before the party established its own publishing house for books (International Publishers) and pamphlets (Workers Library Publishers), the Workers Party and Workers (Communist) Party published a number of items under its own imprint, or in association with the Daily Worker.
American writer-editor, who, after early years as a Communist Party member (1925) and Soviet spy (1932–1938), defected from the Soviet underground (1938), worked for Time magazine (1939–1948), and then testified about the Ware group in what became the Hiss case for perjury (1949–1950), often referred to as the trial of the century, all described in his 1952 memoir Witness.
Chambers wrote and edited for the magazine The New Masses and was an editor for The Daily Worker newspaper from 1927 to 1929.
American activist and writer, as well as a Soviet espionage agent and head of the Buben group of spies.
In 1935, Budenz joined the Communist Party, continued to organize labor strikes, and became managing editor of the Party's Daily Worker newspaper.
People's World, official successor to the Daily Worker, is a Marxist and American leftist national daily online news publication.
Lester Rodney (April 17, 1911 – December 20, 2009) was an American journalist who helped break down the color barrier in baseball as sports writer for the Daily Worker.
Controversial American journalist, businessman, Communist and NKVD agent.
Enthralled with the radical left, Karr began writing at a relatively young age for the Communist Party USA publication, the Daily Worker.
The pen-name of Jewish American writer Itzok Isaac Granich.
He was a daily columnist for its paper, the Daily Worker, until his death.
African-American lawyer and communist who was elected in 1943 to the New York City Council, representing Harlem.
He worked as editor of the Communist Party's newspaper targeted to African-Americans, The Negro Liberator. He later became editor of the CPUSA's official English-language daily, The Daily Worker.
American politician, communist activist and leader of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA).
The press and America's future New York, N.Y: Daily Worker, 1945