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Vol. V No. 1 [Whole No. 97], 2 January 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Mass Meeting for Marine Workers Defense – New Forces Join Defense Committee

The Geneva Disarmament Bluff: “Dissarmament” Conference Will Expose Imperialist Rivalries and Aims Against the Soviet Union, by Martin Abern

In the Next Issue

Martial Law at Foochow

The Struggle for Power in Germany, by Albert Glotzer

Trotsky Pamphlet on International Situation

Japs Use Russian White Guards to Provoke Soviets

On the Workers’ Front

The Economic Month, by B.J. Fields

New York Open Forum

Propects for Jewish Paper Bright – Unser Kamf

Philadelphis Mass Meeting

In the International of Labor

Mother Mooney Denounces Gov. Rolph, by Mary Mooney

Entertainment in New York for Young Spartacus

Imprisoned for Chalking Communist Slogans

Editorial Notes by J.P.C.

A Sojourn with Comrade Leon Trotsky – Five Weeks in Kadikoy, by Albert Glotzer

Successful Banquet for Press Held in Mpls.

Attention! Mineapolis Open Forum?

The National Tour


Vol. V No. 2 [Whole No. 98], 9 January 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Our Martyrs: Liebknecht and Luxemburg, by Joseph Carter

Japanese-American Conflict – The Recent Manchurian Incident as a Factor in World Politics, by S.G.

Capitalist Politicians Favor Russian Credits; Stalinists Mark Time

The Impending Danger of Fascism in Germany – A Letter to a German Communist Worker on the United Front Against Hitler, by Leon Trotsky

Opposition Leader Arrested in Argentina

Mooney Conference in Belleville

Japanese Communist Wins Voluntary Departure to Russia

Stalin Makes Party History to Order – Killing a “Dead Trotskyism” for the 1,000th Time, by E.O.

Swabeck Tour Results

Our Mind Is Unchanged

With the Opposition in Minneapolis, by Cowl

Correction

Death Penalty for Anti-Imperialist Agitation

Philadelphia Mass Meeting

The Red Movement in Bulgaria, by XX

In the International of Labor

New Trotsky Pamphlet Coming

Entertainment for Young Spartacus

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

Communism or Fascism in Germany?


Vol. V No. 3 [Whole No. 99], 16 January 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Bankers and Jobless Relief – The Tammany Government Machine Is Whipped into Line, by H.P.

Japs Subsidize Russian Whites – Hire Semenov, Notorius Cossack Adventurer in Mongolian Drive

Condemn M.N. Roy to Exile

Is Stalin Preparing Another 1923 in Germany, by Max Shachtman

Russian Opposition Persecuted – A Letter from Moscow

Stalinists Disrupt Mooney Confab, by T. Stamm

Trotsky’s History Out Soon

Marine Defense Meet – Hundreds Gather to Protest “Dynamite Plot” Frame-Up, by S.

New York Banquet Feb. 6 to Greet Unser Kamf and Three Returned Comrades

Rosa Luxemberg – On the Anniversary of Her Assassination by the German Social Democrats, by Maurice Spector

The Obsolete Craft System in the Railroad Brotherhoods, by A.E.

Swabeck Tour

How to Make the Kentucky Miners’ Defense Really Effective, by A Delegate

In the International of Labor

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

Stifling the Labor Defense, by R. Ulchin

German Opposition

What is Fascism? – Extracts from a Letter to a Comrade, by L. Trotsky

The Swabeck Meeting in Youngstown, by Frank Cheloff

The Spanish Articles


Vol. V No. 4 [Whole No. 100], 23 January 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Forward to Lenin’s Way! – The Left Opposition Alone Carries on the Works of Ilyitch

Hitler Prepares to Strike – Stalinist Leadership Impotent in Face of Impending Struggle, by Sam Gordon

Left Opposition in Appeal to Needle Trades Workers for United Action in Struggle, Signed by Needles Trades Workers, Members of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

New Trotsky Pamphlet Out

A Review of the Recent Nation Tour – The Sweep of the Economic Crisis; Its Effects on the Revolutionary Movement, by Arne Swabeck

A Setback for Stalinism ..., by W.H.H.

Resurge of Mine Struggle – Miners Learning, Gathering Forces for Coming Fight, by Gerry Allard

On the Question of the State, by M.A.

In the International of Labor

Shachtman Lectures at Opposition Forum

A Correction

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

In Spain: “The Democratic Republic of the Workers” – A First Hand Account of Conditions Under the Socialist-Republican Regime, by Max Shachtman

The Proletarian Party Opposition, by Hugo Oehler

Unemployment and Communism, by T. Stamm


Vol. V No. 5 [Whole No. 101], 30 January 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

On the German “Situation” – An Appeal by the National Committee of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

Japanese Invade Shanghai! – War Threat in the Far East and Against the Soviet Union, by Sam Gordon

Utilize Feb. 4 Meets to Build Jobless Movement, by A.S.

The Recent Outbreaks in Spain, by Max Shactman

Bureaucracy in the R. R. Brotherhoods, by A.E.

Unemployment and the Party, by T. Stamm

Lovestone Splitter Calls for Unity, by M.S.

‘Father’ Cox Gets Free Hand in Pittsburgh, by I. Arcy

Young Spartacus Out

Chicago Stalinists Disrupt Conference, by J.

Unser Kamf Off the Press

In the International of Labor

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

Book Review: Lasalle, by Arne Schirokaur, by M.Gtn

In K.C. Opposition, by C

A Communication – on the Kentucky Miners


Vol. V No. 6 [Whole No. 102], 6 February 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The Railroad Wage Cut, by A.S.

New Developments in the Far East, by Sam Gordon

“Reconstruction Finance Commission” Ruse, by H. Stone

Statement of the Marine Workers Defense

Build the Opposition Press!

“Uprising” of Nov. 7, by Leon Trotsky

Organization Notes

For a Fighting Unity of the New York Food Workers, by A Foodworker

I.L.D. in Boston, by C. Shechet

The Struggle of the Rail Road Workers, by A.E.

Amter Speaks on the Radio, by T. Stamm

In the International of Labor

  • Dangerous Perspectives, from Permanente Revolution
     
  • A Letter from Germany

Spain’s Bourgeoisie on the Offensive, by Max Shachtman

Resolution of the Marxian Y.C., by Marxian Youth Club

Correction


Vol. V No. 7 [Whole No. 103], 13 February 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

N.Y. Dressmakers Strike – Workes’ Unity Against the Common Enemy Imperiative, by A.S.

Imperialists Meet at Geneva – French and Americans Wrangle for Lead in Struggle against U.S.S.R., by S.G.

Philadelphia Oppositionists Sentenced

Is Trotsky’s Life to be Kept in Danger?

Com. Glotzter’s National Tour

Help Build the Opposition Press!

Pay Reductions in the Building Trades – A Blow at the Workers’ Standard Throughout All the Trades, by A.S.

R.R. Fakers & Bosses Join Hands – To Improve the Health of “Our” Industry, by A.E.

Morgenstern and Goodman Sentenced – A Letter fom the Two Philadelphia Defendants, from L. Goodman & B. Morgenstern

The Minneapolis Branch of the Left Opposition in the Fight for the Unemployed, by the Communist League of America (Opposition), Minneapolis Branch

The Annual Heresy Trial, by T. Stamm

Evictions, by Worker Correspondent

Tampa Tobacco Workers Struggle

In the International of Labor

Editorial Notes, by James P. Cannon

In Spain: The Socalists and State Power – Reformists Maneuver to Avoid Responsibility before the Laboring Masses, by Max Shachtman

From Comrade Trotsky’s Letter to the National Sections, by L. Trotsky

N.Y. Open Forum

Pioneer Publisher Notes


Vol. V No. 8 [Whole No. 104], 20 February 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Labor Fakers Before Congress – A.F. of L. Bureaucrats Final Recognize the “Dole”, by A.S.

World Powers at Loggerheads – Japanese Repulsed in China as Laval Cabinet Falls in Paris, by S.G.

The Jailed Marine Workers and the I.L.D., by Jack Solderberg

The Presential Elections in Germany, by Albert Glotzer

Glotzer Meetings

Opposition Victim of the White Terror in Greece

From the Needle Strike Front

Aid in Our Circulation Drive

N.Y. Open Forum

Oganization Notes

After the R.R. Wage Cut, by A.E.

Book Review on Unemployed Councils in St. Petersburgh in 1906, by G.R.

The Simms Murder

In the International of Labor

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

The Right Wing of Spanish Communism – The Truth Concerning the Actual Policy and Influence of the Maurin Group, by Max Shachtman

The Litvinoff Stand on Disarmament, by Albert Orland


Vol. V No. 9 [Whole No. 105], 27 February 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Germany Before the Elections, by Sam Gordon

New York Dress Strike Grows – Workers’ Militancy Attains Unity on the Picket Line

The Glass-Steagall Bill – A Measure to Aid the Bankers, by H. Stone

Canadian Workers Fight Against Reaction

Glotzer Meetings

Our Press Needs Your Help!

John L. Lewis Continues His Betrayals – A Review of the Thirty-Second Convention of the United Mine Workers of America, by A Delegate

Is Mooney to Stay in Jail? Reactionaries Make Capital of Stalinists’ Blunder, by T. Stamm

Lovestonites in the Workmens’ Circle, by J.B.

A Letter from Our Class War Prisoners, from Goodman and Morgenstern

In the International of Labor

Proletarian Party Opposition – Some Fundamental Problems of Its Future Course Discussed, by Arne Swabeck

Pioneer Publisher Notes

Pravda on Second 5 Year Plan – A National Socialist Utopia or the Leninist Conception of Socialist Economy, by Max Shachtman

A Letter from a Militant, from W.S.

Paris Commune Celebration


Vol. V No. 10 [Whole No. 106], 5 March 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The Dress Strike Settlement – Some Lessons the Left Wing Must Draw from It, by A.S.

Fake Peace Gestures in Far East – Imperialists Jockeying for Position in Coming World Clashes, by S.G.

Lovestonites Disrupt Rank and File Movement in A.C.W. Union, by Albert Orland

Glotzer tour Meets Succes

Shachtman–Tresca Debate

Lenin and Trotsky in 1905 – On Some Stalinist Distortions of History, by Hugo Oehler

The R.R. Workers and the Wage Cuts – A Militant Looks at Conditions in His Industry and Reviews the Past, by J.M. Agitator

A Story of Boss Violence in the Illnois Mine Fields, by Germinal

Lectures on the History of the Communist International

The Militant Subscription Drive

Young Spartacus No. 4 Out

In the International of Labor

Book Review: The History of the Russian Revolution by Leon Trotsky, reviewed by sg

Rakovsky on the Five Year Plan, by Christian Rakovsky

Uphold Our Revolutionary Classics! by Arne Swabeck

NY Paris Commune Affair

A Lecture of Interest to Jewish Workers


Vol. V No. 11 [Whole No. 107], 12 March 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Sunday’s Election in Germany – The Alignment of Forces in the Campaign Struggle, by Arne Swabeck

Trotsky Discusses World Situation

Ford Thugs Massacre Starving Workers – Police Give Workers Lead Instead of Bread

Press Circulation Drive

N.Y. Paris Commune Affair

The Economic Month – Further Decline in Production and Workers Living Standard, by H. Stone

Organization Notes

Railroads & Strike Policy – The Strike Weapon and Its Rejection by the Misleaders, by A.E.

United Front of Southern Miners Imperative

Support Unser Kamf

Young Spartacus No. 4

In the International of Labor

Book Review: The Strategy of World Revolution by Leon Trotsky, reviewed by G.R.

Lectures on the History of the Communist International

Glotzer’s National Tour

Youth Club Activities: Youth Class

Young Spartacus Affair


Vol. V No. 12 [Whole No. 108], 19 March 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Lenin on the Paris Commune

New Trotsky Series on Germany Starts Next Week

Results of the German Elections – Gains of Reaction Serious Warning against Stalinist Policy, by Sam Gordon

After the Massacre in Detroit

Remember our Prisoners

New York Marine Workers Go to Trial

Next Week’s Forum

The Communists and the Agrarian Crisis, by Hugo Oehler

Letters from the Militants

Our Subscription Drive

Attention, Greek Workers!

St. Louis Workers, Attention!

In the International of Labor

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

The World Crisis and Its Revolutionary Implications, by Leon Trotsky

Classic Marxism


Vol. V No. 13 [Whole No. 109], 26 March 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Rebel Miners in Action! – New Movement in the Anthracite Growing Rapidly, by A.S.

A Statement of the International Left Opposition, by the International Secretariat of the Left Opposition

The “Revolt” in Congress – An Indication of Radical Changes in Bourgeois Politics, by S.G.

The Workers’ United Front in Canada, by S. Green

The Raids on Hitler’s Nazis in Prussia

What Next? by Leon Trotsky

Statement by Gerry Allard – Oppositionist Answers Stalinist Slanders, by Gerry Allard

Letters from the Militants

The Militant Needs YOUR Help Now!

New York Classes

Swabeck’s Class in Marxism

Soviet’s Challenge at the Acme Theatre

In the International of Labor

Rakovsky on the Five Year Plan


Vol. V No. 14 [Whole No. 110], 2 April 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Marine Workers on Trial

Scottsboro Verdict Must Be Smashed, by T. Stamm

What Next? – Chapter 1: The Role of the German Social Democracy, by Leon Trotsky

Germany after the Presendential Elections, by R. Well

Open Letter to the C.E.C. of the U.S.S.R., by L. Trotsky

Hearst’s Program and the Petty-Bourgeoisie, by Hugo Oehler

Letters from the Militants

Second Month of Militant Drive

In the International of Labor

Spartacus–Y.P.S.L. Debate

Fifty Years of Israel Amter

Tag Day for Marine Defense

April Young Spartacus Out

Impressions of a National Tour, by Albert Glotzer


Vol. V No. 15 [Whole No. 111], 9 April 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Trade Relations with the U.S.S.R., by A.S.

Miners Resist New Onslaught – Unification of Rebel Movements Urgent Duty of Revolutionary Party

Stool-Pigeon Discredited at Marine Trial

Hitler Scoffs at Threat of “Outlaw” Nazis

Open Letter to the C.E.C. of the U.S.S.R., by Leon Trotsky

Letters from the Militants

Militant Drive Yields Results

In the International of Labor

A Debate in the Bronx

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

Book Review: The Strange Career of Of Mr. Hoover – Under Two Flags by John S. Hamil, reviewed by Albert Glotzer

Help Defend Kentucky Miners!

Democracy and Fascism, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 16 [Whole No. 112], 16 April 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

War and Social Chauvinism – Alarm Signals Against Jingoist Trends in the Communist Party, by M.S.

Crucial Moment Near in in Germany! – Statement of the National Committee, Communist League of America (Opposition)

Biased Judge Convicts Marine Workers

Foodworkers Roused Against Bureaucrats

Organization Notes

Letters from the Militants

Militant Drive at Half Way Mark

In the Canadian Movement

Back Issues of The Militant Wanted

In the International of Labor

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

The Mooney Case and the Party

Democracy and Fascism, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 17 [Whole No. 113], 23 April 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

New State in Needle Trade Fight – A Campaign for Unity is Now the Order of the Day, by James P. Cannon

The Intensified Wage Cut Drive

Failure of the Danube Union Conference, by Albert Orland

Left Oppositionist Speaks from the Tribue of the Prussian Diet: Speech of Comrade Seipold in the Landtag, by Oskar Seipold

Greek Opposition Holds Convention

Letters from the Militants

Opposition Press Drive: May 1–June 1

In the Canadian Movement

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – 1923, by M. Shachtman

Economic Crisis Continues to Deepen, by T. Stamm

Militant Affair

Debate

In the International of Labor

Statement on the Situation in the International Left Opposition, by the National Committee of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

Bureaucratic Ulimatism, by Leon Trotsky

Execution of the Scottsboro Boys Stayed, by T. Stamm


Vol. V No. 18 [Whole No. 114], 30 April 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Shall Tom Mooney Stay in Jail?

Demonstrate on May Day!

The State and Trade Unions in Canada, by Maurice Spector

After the Recent Elections in Prussia, by S.G.

Militant Affair

The Stalinist-Lovestone Unity Negotiations

Series on Dialectical Materialism

To the Readers of the The Militant

Marine Workers Sentenced to Jail

Letters from the Militants

The First Week of the Press Drive

Lovestone and the “Pseudo-Revolutionaries”, by Max Shachtman

Opposition Press in Czecho Slovakia

In the International of Labor

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

The Negro and the Class Struggle, by Hugo Oehler

Bureaucratic Ultimatism, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 19 [Whole No. 115], 7 May 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

S.P. “Lefts’” Program, by H.O.

The Strike in the N.Y. Building Trades, by A.S.

Militant Builders

Weekly Militant Depends Upon Success of $1,000 Drive

Bourgeois Left Gains in French Elections

Stalinist-Lovestone Unity Negotiations

The State and the Trade Unions in Canada, by Maurice Spector

Letters from the Militants

Press Drive Under Way – 2nd Week

The Negro and the Class Struggle, by Hugo Oehler

In the International of Labor

Special Attention

Editorial Notes by J.P.C.

On the Anniversary of Marx’s Birth, by Arne Swabeck

Oppositionist Speaks at Party United Front Meeet

[The Struggle with Syndicalism]

Stalinist Zig-zags on the Question of the “United Front”, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 20 [Whole No. 116], 14 May 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Comrades, Readers, Friends!

Tom Mooney Must Be Freed! by T.S.

The Party and the May Day Demonstration, by A.S.

France After the Parliamentary Elections

Militant Builders

Oppositionists Slugged in Minneapolis on May Day, by RA.

Bring the Unity Negotiations into the Open! by James P. Cannon

The Police Shootings in Melrose Park

Letters from the Militants

Organization Notes

Pioneer Publishers Notes

Make Our Press Drive a Success

In the International of Labor

The Negro and the Class Struggle, by Hugo Oehler

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – the German Revolution of 1923 and the Lessons of October, by Max Shachtman

Spartacus Youth Club Notice

Editorial Notes, by J.P.C.

On the Anniversary of Marx’s Birth, by Arne Swabeck

Minneapolis, Attention! by The Committee

Stalinist Zig-zags on the Question of the “United Front”, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 21 [Whole No. 117], 21 May 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Congress Talks Unemployment Relief – For the Workers: Only the Jingle of Government Coin, by A.S.

Help Save Our Weekly Militant

The Political Crisis of Japanese Imperialism

The Philadelphia Convention of the I.L.G.W.U., by Albert Orland

Beet Workers Go on Strike in Colorado

More About the Unity Negotiations

Morganstern and Goodman Released

Opposition Youth Debate Anarchist Group

Letters from the Militants

The Minnesota Convention of the C.P., by a League Delegate

The Depression Hits South Carolina, by Guy Southworth

Militant Builders

Put the Press Drive Over the Top!

Minneapolis Branch Challenges Wobblies, by C.

In the International of Labor

Spartacus Youth Club

Greet the Return of Our Class War Prisoners!

Editorial Notes by J.P.C.

For the Release of the Scottsboro Boys

Stalinist Zig-zags on the Question of the “United Front”, by Leon Trotsky

N.Y. Picnic

St. Louis, Attention


Vol. V No. 22 [Whole No. 118], 28 May 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The “Socialists” and their Line of Action, by A.S.

Rush Funds to Save Weekly!

For the Communist Unity of Our Party! by the National Committee of the Communist League of America

Jack MacDonald Joins the Left Opposition – Statement of the Former National Secertary of the Communist Party of Canada, by J. MacDonald

The National Convention of the S.P.

Aid Beet Strike!

Letters from the Militants

The Bosses Tax Problem, by H.O.

Situation in Pocketbook Makers Union, by N. Davis

Statement of Greek Comrades on Empros, by Editoral Board of Communistes

Militant Builders

Finish the Press Drive with Donations!

New York, Attention!

In the International of Labor

Welcome Back, H.M. Wicks!

Centrism “in General” and the Centrism of the Stalinist Bureaucracy, by L. Trotsky


Vol. V No. 23 [Whole No. 119], 4 June 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

For a Communist Campaign in the Elections

Scottsboro Boys’ Execution Stayed

Bruening Goverment Falls! – German Working Class Faced with Immediate Fascist Onslaught, by Sam Gordon

Mr. Seabury “Exposes” Tammany-Walker, by Clarke

The C.P. Nominating Convention at Chicago

Government Repression in Spain Hits Left Opposition

Letters from the Militants

Highlights of Socialist National Convention – A Report of the Reformist Meet in Milwaukee, by Norman Satir

Militant Builders

New York Meetings

Pioneer Press Notes

Chicago Debate

Bound Volume of The Militant for Sale

The Results of our Press Drive

In the International of Labor

Editorial Notes, [by J.P.C.]

N.Y. Opposition Offers Cooperation in Elections to the Communist Party, by Herbert Capelis

Centrism “in General” and the Centrism of the Stalinist Bureaucracy, by L. Trotsky

Bound Volumes of Pamphlets for Sale

Trotsky on the Disarmament Conference


Vol. V No. 24 [Whole No. 120], 11 June 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The Communist Party Election Platform, by A.S.

House Passes Anti-Alien Bill

Fascists Moving to Power in Germany

The Veterans’ March on Washington

“Socialist” Revolt in Chile

The Economic Crisis, the Unemployment Situation and the Working Class, by Arne Swabeck

Letters from the Militants

Trotsky Greets Unser Kamf

Book Review: Russia: Market or Menance by Thomas D. Campbell, reviewed by Carl Cowl

Film Review: Not Alone Comrade! by J. Weber

Militant Builders

Pioneer Publishers Notes

In the International of Labor

Trotsky’s Pamphlets

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – The Anglo-Russian Committee and the British General Strike, by Max Shachtman

June Young Spartacus Out

For an 8 Page Paper

N.Y. Spartacus Youth Club Meets

On the Slogan of “Rank and File Leadership”, by James P. Cannon

Strike Strategy, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 25 [Whole No. 121], 18 June 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

On the Spot, by Ridem

Slogans in the Elections – Must Link Up Communist Goal with Immediate Demands

G.O.P. Meets in Chicago Confab, by Clarke

Brown Shirts Legalized – New Decree Forms Part of the Anti-Working Class Move

Workers in Fight Against Forced Labor in Minneapolis, by Communist League of America, Minneapolis Branch

German Paper Interviews Trotsky, by L. Trotsky

Youth Meetings in N.Y.

Letters from The Militants

The Drug Clerks and the Class Struggle, by I. Dreyer

Militant Builders

What Next?

Henry Ford Counsels Workers to Return to Feudal Serfdom

Back Numbers of Militant Wanted

In the International of Labor

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution, by Max Shachtman

Strike Strategy, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 26 [Whole No. 122], 25 June 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

On the Spot, by Ridem

A New History Making Trotsky Book, by S.

Leninist Turn Imperative in Germany! – United Mass Action – Not Parliamentary Opportunism – Will Defeat Fascism, by The Militant

A First Hand Acounts on Events on the “Bonus Battle Front”, by Ex-Soldier

The Unemployment Situation, the Economic Crisis and the American Working Class, by Arne Swabeck

Letters from the Militants

The Drug Clerks and the Class Struggle, by I. Dreyer

Militant Builders

Wage Cut for Federal Gov’t Workers, by Clarke

The Recent Beet Strike in Colorado, by G. Saul

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – Industrialization and the Collectivization of Agriculture in the U.S.S.R., by Max Shachtman

The Arrests in Spain, by Our Correspondent

Prize Contest!

Pamphlets Wanted!

Picnic! Picnic!

The Slogan of Defense of the U.S.S.R., by H.O.

A Political Biography of Stalin ..., by Leon Trotsky

Back Numbers of Militant Wanted

What Next?


Volume V No. 27 [Whole No. 123], July 2, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

On the Spot, by Ridem

Lausanne Conference Near Collapse – German Reaction Agressive, by Sam Gordon

Closer to the Proletarians of the ‘Colored’ Race! by Leon Trotsky

Arrest of W.Z. Foster in Los Angeles – Released Although Charged with Criminal Syndicalism

Alexander Rosanoff

The Zurich Congess of Reformist Int’ls – New Situation Brings “Left” Turn on Part of Amsterdam

Demagogues and Banker Clash in Chicago – What Is Behind the Clique Fight at the Democrats’ Meet, by Clarke

Persecution of Our Spanish Comrades

Letters from the Militants

Organization Notes

Youth Activities, by Irving Bern

Among the Greek Workers in N.Y., by Editorial Board of Communistes

The Bonus Marchers and thr Press, by Ex-Soldier

France Under the Regime of Herriot, from La Verité

Growth of the Spanish Left

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – The Break in the Right-Center Bloc and the Left Zig-zag of Stalinism, by Max Shachtman

Prize Contest

Organizational Progress of the German Left Opposition

The Economic Crisis, the Unemployment Situation and the American Working Class, by Arne Swabeck

An Open Letter to the Party District Committee, by H. Capelis

A Political Biography of Stalin, by Leon Trotsky

Correction


Vol. V No. 28 [Whole No. 124], July 9, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

On The Spot, by Ridem

Vote for Foster-Ford – Support the Communist Candidates Against the Bourgeois Parities!

Dies Bill Threat to Foreign Born

Smash Hitler Now! – A Striking Parallel

One Dead in Fascist Riots

Franco-German Anti-Soviet Alliance Being Formed at Laussane [sic]

Stalinism in Straits; Opposition on Upsurge, by Leon Trotsky

Geneva ‘Peace’ Swindles – Chain Formed by Hoover, Socialists, Litvinov, Barbusse & Co., by M.S.

Successful League Meet – 400 Hear Opposition Speakers in Bronx Despite Stalin Gangs

Questions on China

A New Turn in the T.U.U.L., by Hugo Oehler

Militant Builders

Pioneer Publisher Notes

The Spanish Opposition Conference, by Henri Lacroix

With the Food Workers, by Foodworker

Spanish Opposition Youth Makes Appeal, by Eugenio F. Granell

A Letter from China, by Y.M.T.

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – The Break in the Right-Center Bloc and the Left Zig-zag of Stalinism, by Shachtman

An Admission of Bankruptcy, by Sam Gordon

Extra! Extra! Fink Discovered in S.L.P.?

The Book on China

Stalin’s Political Biography, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 29 [Whole No. 125], July 16, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

On The Spot, by Ridem

A Warning Out of the Past

Socialist Edict Paves Road for Hitlerites

New York Branch Picnic

Ive Expelled from Y.C.L. – Chicago Communist Youth Fight Campaign Against Opposition

The Barbusse Congress, by Leon Trotsky

Hoover & Unemployment – Republican Party Platform Ignores Vital Problem of Jobless, by Clarke

I See War With Germany, by Leon Trotsky

Opposition Challenge Still Unanswered, by Louis Nagy

Pioneer Publishers Notes

Youth Notes

The Crisis in the A. C. W. – Independent Clothing Workers Union Formed in Canada, by Albert Orland

The Civil War in Chile – Motive Forces Behind South American “Revolutions”, by Alberto Gonzalez

The Stalinists and the Waterfront Work, by B.F.

Why not the 4 Marx Bros.? (Not to Speak of Greta Garbo)

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – The Break in the Right-Center Bloc and the Left Zig-zag of Stalinism, by Shachtman

Aftermath of Lausanne – European Powers Seek United Front Against United States, by Sam Gordon

The “Bonuseers” at Washington, by G.D.

The Census Report and the Middle Class, by H.O.


Vol. V No. 30 [Whole No. 126], July 23, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

On the Spot, by Ridem

Communism or Pacifism – The Party and the Barbusse Congress

Germany on the Eve of Civil War – The Fate of the World Revolution Hangs in the Balance

The Party “Answers” Our Warning

15,000 Workers Strike – Textile and Furnitur Plants Shut Down in North Carolina

Press Picnic in New York

Workers Shot in Illinois

New York Painters Out on Strike, by K.

The Massacre of St. Louis Workers – Left Opposition Calls on Party to Form a Workers United Front, by Martin Payer

Belgian Diggers Resist Wage Cut, by L. Lesoil

Militant Builders

Pioneer Publishers Notes

Campfire Postponed

The Dollar Versus the Pound – Wall St. and Lombard St. Fight for World Supremacy, by H.O.

The Civil War in Chile – Motive Forces Behind South American “Revolutions”, by Alberto Gonzalez

What Is Happening in the Soviet Union: A Letter from Moscow, [by M.M.]

First Meeting in Anthracite

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – The Break in the Right-Center Bloc and the Left Zig-zag of Stalinism, by Shachtman

New York Branch Picnic

Problems of the Unemployed, by Arne Swabeck

Democratic Party & Unemployment, by Clarke

The Fascist Firing Squads in Action from Maggiora to Sbardellotto and Bovone, by Feroci



Vol. V No. 31 [Whole No. 127], July 30, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

What Next? – Book of Hour, by S.G.

All Out on Aug. First – Demonstrate against Imperialist War and Hilterist Menace

Bullets and Gas for the Vets! – Hoover and Co. Make a Repayment for Soliders’ Services, by T.S.

Eleventh Hour in Germany – Socialists Restrain Workers: Stalinists still Reject United Front

200 at German Meeting

Hoover and the “Relief” Bill, by Herbert Capelis

New York Branch Starts Important Drive

The Civil War in Germany:

Bound Volumes

What Is Happening in the Soviet Union: A Letter from Moscow, by M.M.

Organizing the Jobless – The Need for Change of Course in the Official Party Policy, by Arne Swabeck

Pioneer Publishers Notes

Forgotten Words: Lenin and the War Danger — Instructions to the Hague Anti-War Conference Delegation, by Lenin

“The Foundations of Socialism”, by Leon Trotsky

The Stalinists and Barbusse

Luzerne Hears Opposition


Vol. V No. 32 [Whole No. 128], August 6, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Mooney Case Now 16 Years Old

Militant in Danger! – Immediate Aid Must Be Sent If We Are Not to Suspend

Martial Law for Indiana Strike

Communists Gain in Reichstag Elections – Leninist United Front Tactics Vindicated, by S.G.

A Sham Turn on Barbusse

All Eyes on Germany! – A Manifesto of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

Police, Troops and Vets – Eye-Witness Acccount of the Wash. Massacre of the Bonuseers, by Jerdick

The New York Picnic

Letters from the Militants

American Foreign Trade and the Question Credits to the Soviet Union, by T.S.

German Left Will Issue Weekly

New York’ Aug. First Meet

Extracts from Earl Browder’ Biography

Militant Builders

Pioneer Publishers Notes

Great Britain and the U.S. at Ottawa, by Albert Glotzer

Opposition Delegates for United Front at Party’ Anti-Injuction Conference, by Herbert Capelis

Nine Years of the Struggle of the Left Opposition – Burning Questions of Bonapartism and Thermidor, by Max Shachtman

Hands Off Rosa Luxemburg – Reply to the Slandering of a Revoutionist, by Leon Trotsky

Fascism – U.S. and German, by S.

The Socialist Party and Unemployment, by Clarke


Vol. V No. 33 [Whole No. 129], August 13, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Party Members! Militant Workers!

Left Opposition Alone Raises the Voice of Lenin at N.Y. Congress Against War, by Max Shachtman

The Hitlerites at the Gates!

Trotsky Elected to Anti-War Meet

Monarchist Pustch in Spain

Lessons of the Bonus March, by T.S.

A Letter to Roger Baldwin – The Stalinist-Pacificist Relations at the Anti-War Conference, by James P. Cannon

The Party and the 6-Hour Day Slogan, by H.O.

Militant Builders

the Left Opposition’s Resolution at the New York Anti-War Conference

Portrait of a Youth

Hands Off Rosa Luxemburg – Reply to the Slandering of a Revolutionist, by Leon Trotsky

Ferment in the British Party – Open Letter to Harry Pollitt, from Comrade Stewart Purkis

Marxists Classics


Vol. V No. 34 [Whole No. 130], August 20, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

“I Must Speak Out” – Warns Party on Germany: Leading C.P. Member Appeals for United Front Against Hitlerism, by Sebastian Pappas

The Only Road: Von Papen & Hitler – Bonapartism and Fascism, by Leon Trotsky

Illinois Miners Revolt Spreads Thru State, by A.S.

Opposition Campaign On Germany, by T.S.

New York Tailors on Strike, by Albert Orland

August 22: Fifth Anniversary of the Murder of Sacco–Vanzetti

Stalinists Split Trade Unions in Spain – Third T.U. Center Formed

Bolshevik-Leninists Head Miners Strike on Belgium, by The Left Opposition of the C.P.B. Charleroi Group

French Opposition’s German Campaign – Bureaucrats Resort to Violence

Who Was Actually “Caught”?

Bound Volumes of Comrade Trotsky’s Pamphlets

[Publishers News]

A Conversation with a Party Member on the Question of the German Situation, by A.K.

Who Is Leading the Barbusse Congress, by S.

The Opposition and the N.Y. “United Front” Unemployment Confab, by T.S.

A Letter to the Workers of Zurich – Trotsky Replies to the Calumny of the Social Democrats, by Leon Trotsky

The Theory of Permanent Revolution and American Imperialism – The Conflict Between Proletarian Internationalism and Stalinist National Reformism, [by H.O.]


Vol. V No. 35 [Whole No. 131], August 27, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Stalinists in Monstrous Frame-Up Against Left Oppostion – Bureaucrats “Answer” Our Policy by Inciting to Pogrom, by the National Committee of the Communist League (Opposition)

With the Embattled Miners – Diggers Reply to Terror with Increased Militancy, by Germinal

Party Holds First Meeting on Danger of German Fascism

Let Us Reenforce Our Offensive! by Leon Trotsky

The Communist and Election Activity – A Criticism of the Stalinist Methods in the Campaign, by H.O.

Expulsion of Carl Coster – Mink and Bureaucracy Run Rampant on the Waterfont, by P.S.

German Campaign of Czech Opp., by K. Schmidt

The Convention of Father Cox’s Quasi-Fascist “Jobless Party”, by Martin Payer

The Daily Worker and the Miners’ Strike

“Hoover Cities” – An American Idyll of 1932, by Carl Cowl

Lovestonites Play Lackies in Doll Strike

Our Succesful Anti-War Meet in New York

A Suppressed Stalinist Document Exposed!

A Declaration of the Bolshevik-Leninists (Left Opposition of the Comintern)


Vol. V No. 36 [Whole No. 132], September 3, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

With the Embattled Miners – Massacre Striking Miners Franklin County, Illinois, by Germinal

The Stalinists Bureaucrats Back Out on Murder Frame-Up Hearing

Fasciscts Waiting, Ready to Strike – Clara Zetkin Calls for International Solidarity Against Fascism

The Political Program of the Petty Bourgeoisie, by Leon Trotsky

Youth Hold Anti-War Meeting

“Farmers Holiday” in Iowa – A New and Militant Type of Middle Class Revolt, by H.O.

Appeal for Funds!

Strike in Lancashire Mills – Big Wave of Struggle of British Workers Rising

Joe Colbert – Labor’s Martyr, by Gerry Allard

The Left Opposition At Work

Unemployed Activity in Retrospect, by T. Stamm

Exchange Offer

With the International Left Opposition

Some Experiences of the Illinois Miners’ Struggle and the Policy of the Communists! by A.S.

A Letter from China, from C.H.

The New York Marine Workers Revolt Against the Stalinist Bureaucrats, by J. Johanssen

Pioneer Publisher Notes

Militant Builders

Leading Functionary Exposes Stalinism in Greece, by J. Bambakas

Party Voices on the Frame-Up


Vol. V No. 37 [Whole No. 133], September 10, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Help Maintain the Weekly Militant

Miners Form New Union – Raise Struggle to New Heights, by Germinal

Stalinists Reject Offer of Help, by Banzel

British Left Comes Out Openly in Fight for Leninist Policy, by the Balham Group

Police Act on Stalinist Frame-Up

Class Struggle in Germany: Hitler and Junkers Vie for Power in Germany, by Sam Gordon

Allard Answers Party Bureaucrats, by Gerry Allard

Stalinist Bureaucrat Expelled in N.Y., by Foodworkers

Sept. Young Spartacus Out

Comrade Trotsky’s Letter to the Weisbord Group, by Leon Trotsky

Militant Builders

Unemployed Activity in Retrospect, by T.S.

Pioneer Publishers Notes

Alliance or Struggle Between Social Democracy and Fascism? by Leon Trotsky

On the Proletarian Revolution in the United States, [by Hugo Oehler]


Vol. V No. 38 [Whole No. 134], September 17, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

New Wage-Cuts Start – Accentuated Attacks on Workers Prelude to 4th Crisis Year

Urgent Appeal

Unity is Urgent Need of Illinois Miners – National Class Struggle Union Will Win! by Joe Angelo

Trotsky Barred from Czechoslovakia

Six Votes Against 2 Thousand – Stalino-Pacifism Wins in Amsterdam

Where is the 7th World Congress? – What is Happening in the C.I.?

An Open Letter to John Watt – Standpoint of the Left Opposition to Present Miners’ Struggle, by Joseph Angelo

“Pacificism” at Work in Gran Chaco

The Opposition at Work

The Four Portraits of Chiang Kai-Shek, by Leon Trotsky

Letters from the Militants

A Reply to Comrade Allard, by Arne Swabeck

Japan!

Fairy Tales and Fairy Tales

Full Reports on Amsterdam Congress

Weisbord’s Reply to Trotsky’s Letter – Statement of the Communist League of Struggle

The Elections in Greece – Left Opposition Holds Aloft Banner of International Communism, by Ar. Caldis

Outcome of Belgium Miners Strike, by Nora

The Checking of the Stalin-Thaelmann Policy Against Their Own Experience, by Leon Trotsky

On the Proletarian Revolution in the United States, by Hugo Oehler


Vol. V No. 39 [Whole No. 135], September 24, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Militant Sub Drive – Our Club Plan

The Militant Appeals Urgently for Aid from All Its Supporters

Terror Rules in Illinois Coal Field – Official Party Leaders Forced to Abandon Sectarian Attitude Toward New Union

Frame-Up Challenge Stays Unanswered by Party, by Arne Swabeck

Chicago Stalinists Echo Barbusse, by J. Giganti

League to Open School – First Four Courses Will Begin in New York City Next Month

Barbusse-Stalin Congress

Spartacus Affair

Weisbord’s Reply to Trotsky’s Letter – Statement of the Communist League of Struggle

Russian Bulletin

JAPAN: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

Thaelmann’s Twenty-One Mistakes, by Leon Trotsky

Young Spartacus Aid In Picketing of Rex Strike


Vol. V No. 40 [Whole No. 136], October 1, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

One Road for Miners – The Class Foundation at the Gillespie Convention, by A.S.

Down with Lewisism! (cartoon)

Lewis Gangsters Fail to Cow Miners – Springfield Miners Resist Strike-Breaker Mobilization, by Jack Carmody

Two More Expelled for “Trotskyism”

Which Political Party Shall the Miners Support in the Coming Elections, by Clarke

Problems Before the Gillespie Convention of the Progressive Miners of America, by Joseph Angelo

Moscow Letter: Crisis in the Soviet Economy – Stalinism Endangers Alliance between Town and Country, by N.M

Berlin Letter: New Step Toward Fascism – Struggle for Democratic Rights Now on Agenda in Germany, by Roman Well

Letters from the Militants

Militant Sub Drive – Our Club Plans

Spurts Ahead!

League Replies to Weisbord Letter

Madrid Letter: Checking Sanjuro’s Coup, by H. Lacroix

Japan: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

Brilliant Expelled, by Hugo Oehler

Pioneer Publishers Notes

I.W.O. Expels Three for “Trotskyism”

Letter from Party Member


Vol. V No. 41 [Whole No. 137], October 8, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The Miners’ Convention – Ravages of Lewisism; the Positions of the Communist Groups, by A.S.

Saturday: All Out to Union Squure – For Scottsboro!

Scottsboro Case Up in Supreme Court – Only Mass Action Can Save Framed-Up Negro Boys!

Elephant, Donkey and “Socialists” Compete for Election Honors, by T. Stamm

Illinois Conference Opens – Miners Are Militant but Right Wing Forces Are Organized, by C.C.

Convict 6th Harlan Miner – 5 Now Serving Life Terms while 37 Others Still Await Trial

Program of Action of the League on the Unemployment Situation

Letters from the Militants

Militant Sub Drive – Our Sub Plan

Tour of Unser Kamf

New Headquarters Banquet

Militant Jubilee Anniversary Issue

League Replies to Weisbord Letter

Archives of the Opposition

On Hopeless Idiots, by Lenin

Japan: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

A Picture of the Party from Inside – What the Party Bulletin Says About the “Achievments”, by M.S.


Vol. V No. 42 [Whole No. 138], October 15, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Zinoviev Expelled Again – New Expulsions Denote Dangerous Crisis for Stalinist Regime, by S.

Right Wing Wins at Gillespie Mine Workers Conference, by A.S.

Lytton Report Aims at Partioning China Among the Imperialists Bandit Powers, by H.S.

In the Elections: ‘Labor’ or C.P. Ticket? – Lovestonites propose a Reformist ‘United Labor’ Slate, by A.S.

The Peasant War in China, by Leon Trotsky

Banquet Saturday to Celebrate New Headquarters and School Opening

Letters from the Militants

Militant Sub Drive – Our Club Plans

Shachtman in Boston

Literature for the International Workers School

Attack in Union Square, by P.

The Power Trust and the Elections, by Hugo Oehler

Highlights at Gillespie, by Arne Swabeck

The Demonstration of Solidarity, by Jack Ayrshire

International Schoool to Open

JAPAN: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

The Road to Socialism, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 43 [Whole No. 139], October 22, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Von Papen’s Election – Our Appeal for United Front Struggle of the German Workers

Needle Trades Convention Gets Left Opposition Resolution

Miners’ Relief!

School Term Opens

12th Plenum of the E.C.C.I. – The Need of the Hour: A Democratically Convened Congress

Chen Du-Hsu Arrested – Seven Bolshevik-Leninists Seized in Raid in Shanghai

Indo-China Militants Held

Our Russian Revolution Celebration

Letters from the Militants

Militant Builders

The Opposition at Work

With the Greek Workers

A National Revolution in the South? – Discussion Article on the Negro Question, by Hugo Oehler

Highlights at Gillespie, by Curtis

JAPAN: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

What They Say in Prague About the United Front, by Leon Trotsky

Proletariat and Peasant War in China – A Letter to the Chinese Bolshevik-Leninists, by Leon Trotsky

Archives of the Opposition

Pioneer Publishers Notes


Vol. V No. 44 [Whole No. 140], October 29, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Miners Face Big Task – Progressive Miners of America much be Class Union, by A.S.

Vote Communist! – Against the Part of the Petty Bourgeois Reformism

Protest Meeting

Good Meeting in Boston

New Militant Forces Join the Ranks of the Left Opposition

Dead Hand at I.L.D. Meet – Feature of Convention Is Absence of Discussion by Members, by Charlotte Schechet

Bankruptcy at 12th Plenum, by Hugo Oehler

Letters from the Militants

Our Eight Page Double Anniversary Issue

Militant Builders – Our Club Plan

Help the Illinois Miners

The Left Opposition in Canada, by S.

Archives of the Left Opposition

Two Press Comments on Russia

JAPAN: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

What They Say in Prague About the United Front, by Leon Trotsky

Browder on the Chinese Revolution – The Arrest of Chen Du-Hsiu and the Apologist of Stalin, by Max Shachtman

Meetings

October Young Spartacus Now OUT


Vol. V No. 45 [Whole No. 141], November 5, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

September Plenum of C.I – Some Fleeting Marginal Obsercations on the 12th Plenum, by Leon Trotsky

Emergency Number!

Class Against Class in the Presidential Elections – Communist Vote Will Test the Policy of the Stalinists, by H.O.

The New March on Washington, by Hugo Oehler

Hunger March in London – British Working Masses Make New Turn Toward the Left, by A.S.

Fight in Illinois Sharpens – Armed Forces of Operators Mobilized Against the Miners, by Joseph Angelo

N.Y. Greek Workers Organize Club

Letters from the Militants

Archives of the Opposition

Stalinists Expel Philly Militant, by Lou Roberts


Vol. V No. 46 [Whole No. 142], November 12, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Hail the Anniversary of the Russian Bolshevik Revolution! – Fifteen Years, by Leon Trotsky

4 Years of the Militant, by Arne Swabeck

Roosevelt’s Victory – Protest Vote of Middle Class and Labor Hits Republicans, by Hugo Oehler

9 Scottsboro Boys Win Victory – Illusions Now Greatest Danger

Leftward Shift in German Vote – Parliamentary Gains Turn Heads of the Stalinist Leadership, by S―n

Soviet Economy in Danger – The Situation on the Eve of the Five Year Plan, by Leon Trotsky

Stalinists Take Measures – The Expulsion of Zinoviev, by Leon Trotsky

Militant Builders

Pioneer Publishers Notes

Mill as a Stalinist Agent, by G.G.

Marx-Lenin School Opens in Chicago

Davenport Militant Joins Opposition, by Betty Rowland

Nine Years of Struggle of the Left Opposition – The Burning Question of Thermidor and Bonapartism, by Max Shachtman

Bound Vols.

The Fight in the Party for a Bolshevik Government ... For the Policy of Lenin and Trotsky, Minutes of the Petrograd Committee, November 7, 1917, reported by J.G. Fenigstein

Lenin’s Report on the Russian Revolution to the 4th Congress of the C.I., from a speech by Vladimir Ilitch Lenin

The Bolsheviks Take Over Power! – Meeting of Petrograd Soviet the Day After the Insurrection

Greetings to The Militant</>

The Government is Deposed! by the Revolutionary Military Committee of the Petrograd Soviet

South Africans Ban Trotsky China Book

JAPAN: Its Rise From Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

The Only Road, by Leon Trotsky


Vol. V No. 47 [Whole No. 143], November 19, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

It’s Up to You!

Chen Du-Hsiu’s Life in Danger

Trotsky Sails for Denmark

Start Hunger March on Washington – United Front Can Bring Huge Movement

The C.P. in the Elections – Reasons for Small Rise in Communist Vote This Year, by S―n

Scottsboro –What Now? – Supreme Court Evades Issue, by T. Stamm

Chicago Greets United Front – Left Opposition Hails Joint Unemployment Conference, by the Chicago Branch of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

Greek Banquet a Success

Soviet Economy in Danger, by Leon Trotsky

Stalinists Take Measures – The Expulsion of Zinoviev, by Leon Trotsky

The Left Opposition Breaks Ground in the Pittsburgh District, by S.G.


Vol. V No. 48 [Whole No. 144], November 26, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Four Years! – Trotsky Greets Militant, by Leon Trotsky

Call the Scottsboro Conferences!

Marchers Advance to Demand Relief – Broad, Militant Movement Can Win for Unemployed, by A.S.

A Shanghai Report of Com. Chen’s Arrest, by Niel-Sih

Fight for Left Opposition Proposals in Pittsburgh Hunger March Conference, by S.G.

Stalinists Make Right About Face in Chicago Unemployed United Front, by Albert Glotzer

What Do the Communists Say About Mr. Duranty and Comrade Stalin? by S.

Letters from the Militants

Our Club Plan – Militant Builders

Des Moines, Iowa – A New Battleground for the Left Opposition, by M. Gottlieb

Class Trends in Elections

JAPAN: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

Stalinists Take Measures – The Expulsion of Zinoviev, by L.T.

Soviet Economy in Danger – The Situation on the Eve of the Second 5 Yr. Plan, by Leon Trotsky

The 1932 Elections and the American Working Class, by Arne Swabeck


Vol. V No. 49 [Whole No. 145], December 3, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Police Attack Hunger Army

A Reply From Shanghai to the Stalinist Slanders on Chen Du-Hsiu’s Arrest, by H.

The Stalinists and Trotsky’s Radio Speech to America

Conference Seats St. Louis Opposition, by G.R.

Arrest 2 Pittsburgh Oppositionists

Greek Stalinists Fail to Meet Challenge

Youth Debate

A Reply from Shanghai to the Stalinist Slanders on Chen Du-Hsiu’s Arrest, by H.

Opposition Ejected from Conference on Hunger March in New York, by Harry Milton

Mimeograph Wanted

Letters from Militants

Our Club Plan – Militant Builders

Pitts. Anniversary Meet

Pittsburgh Youth Club and Opposition

Pamphlets Wanted

A Picture of the Situation in China Today, by Niel-Sih

A.F.L. Convention Talks “Radical” – Labor Discontent Forces Lip-Service to Left Measures, by Arne Swabeck

For the 6-Hour Day, 5 Day Week! by Oehler

Stalinist Zig-zags on the Chicago Conference, by Albert Glotzer

Archives of the Left Opposition

League Resolution For New York Hunger March Conference, by New York Branch Communist League of America (Opposition)

JAPAN: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

The Question of War Debts, by Hugo Oehler

Soviet Economy in Danger – The Situation on the Eve of the Second 5 Yr. Plan, by Leon Trotsky

Money for Subs


Vol. V No. 50 [Whole No. 146], December 17, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Hoover’s Message, by Hugo Oehler

Save The Militant!

Gov’t Answers Hunger Marchers With Force – Militants Surrounded by 5000 Armed Police, by Bill Kitt

Bonapartism in Germany, by Leon Trotsky

A.F.L. and 6-Hour Day – Cincinnati Convention Shows Left Wing Opportunity, by Arne Swabeck

Opposition at Anti-War Meet in New York

Second School Term to Open

Letters from Militants

Our Club Plan – Militant Builders

Opposition Active in Smokey City

Lewit-Bleeker Tour Extends Basis of Unser Kamf Workers Clubs, by Sylvia Bleeker & Morris Lewit

New Expulsions in the Comintern, [by Marsh]

Greek Stalinists Meet Arguments of Left Opposition With Slanderous Attacks, by Sebastian Pappas

JAPAN: Its Rise from Feudalism to Capitalist Imperialism and the Development of the Proletariat, by Jack Weber

Pamphlets Wanted

Soviet Economy in Danger, by Leon Trotsky

Weisbord and the Hunger March


Vol. V No. 51 [Whole No. 147], December 31, 1932, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

A Million to Be Expelled! – The New Stalinist Plan for “Purging” the Russian Party Ranks

The Militant Must Be Saved! – An Appeal of the National Committee of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

Ala. Negro Croppers Resist White Terror – Pitched Battle Between Posse and Negroes, by Sn.

Unite to Smash the Trade Union Racketeers! – The Meaning of the Shooting in Waiters Local, No. 1

Canadian Organ Issued

A.F.L. and Union Unity – The Stalinist Policies Fail to Meet the Test of the Situation, by Arne Swabeck

The Hunger March to Washington, by Bill Kitt

Unser Kamf Tour Concludes with the Launching of Workers’ Clubs, by Sylvia Bleeker & Morris Lewitt

Negotiations with Weisbord Suspended

New Expulsions in the Comintern, by Marsh

Perspectives of Marxism, by Leon Trotsky

Pioneer Publishers Notes

Party Militant Speaks From Platform of Opposition in Newark, N.J., by L.B.

The Death of the Father of Revisionism, by Max Shachtman

A Footnote to Browder’s Record in the Chinese Revolution, by M.S.

Campaign On For Militant Subs

Soviet Economy in Danger, by Leon Trotsky

 


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