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The Militant Masthead

(1934)

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Volume VII No. 1 [No. 205] Saturday, January 4, 1934, 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

Nothing for Workers in Roosevelt Message

Court Threat to Labor Witness

Civil Works and the NRA, by Hugo Oehler

Free Yakima Defendants

Increase in Lynchings Reported for 1933

Phila. Food Workers Strike, by Harry Allen

On the N.Y. Waterfront, by A Marine Worker

Unemployment Increase

How Pacifism Led Us into War, by Geo. Clarke

Chaco – Imperialist Battleground, by Rosalio Negrete

The Recovery Program of the Socialist Party, by T. Stamm

Movie Review: Little Women, by Kino

The Railroad Brotherhoods: Ritualistic Mummery at Meetings, by A.E.

Pioneer Publishers

Roosevelt’s Speech on Latin America

The Story of a Boy Who Made Good, by Al Dasch

A Letter on the Hitler Boycott, from Harry Strang

Last Opportunity

Discussion Article

Correction

Toronto Mass Meeting on Russian Recognition

Free Torgler, Dimitroff, Popoff and Taneff

The Soviet Union & the 4th International: The Class Nature of the Soviet State, by Leon Trotsky

Discussion Articles

Editorial

Norwegian Labor Party and the Fourth International, by B.

Notes of the Week, by G....n

Discussion Articles

Correction


Volume VII No. 2 [No. 206] Saturday, January 20, 1934, 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 Capitalist Budget of 10 Billion Dollars

Fascism in America: Pelley’s Silver Shirts, by George Clarke

War Sparks Fly in Far East; Powers Arm, by Arne Swabeck

California Board Denies Parole to Warren Billings

Senator Davis Makes a Speech for 6 Hour Day

The Mystery of Van der Lubbe: “Dead Men Tell No Tales”,

Teachers of N.Y. in Protest,

Green Urges Nazi Boycott

Clear The Decks

Big Meetings in Hotel Union Drive

Lovestone Discovers Esthonia, by Max Shachtman

Pioneer Publishers

Working in Macy’s Model Restaurant, by Macy Worker

The Railroad Brotherhoods: The “Obligation” as a Gaglaw, by A.E.

Discussion Article on the NRA, [by Harry Brand]

[Letter from Jack London Club]

The Soviet Union & the 4th International: The Class Nature of the Soviet State, by Leon Trotsky

Notes of a Journalist, by Alpha

Editorial

In the Next Issue

Note

Labor Leaders and NRA, by Hugo Oehler

The Grocery Code


Volume VII No. 3 [No. 207] Saturday, January 27, 1934, 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

Call General Strike of N.Y. Food Workers

Plan Big Navy Program

Teachers Protest Economy Program, by H.L.

An Open Letter to the American Workers Party, by Arne Swabeck, Secretary, National Committee of the C.L.A. (Opposition)

Lovestone Discovers Esthonia, [by Max Shachtman]

Drive Starts for New Intern’l

For the Fourth International, by Leon Trotsky

What the Comintern Manifesto Urged and What It Forgot to Urge ...

Hill-Billy Hitlerites, by Geo. Clarke

The Railroad Brotherhoods: Constitutions Reek with Gaglaws, by A.E.

The Magazines, by Mag

Notes of a Journalist, by Alpha

Gems From Stalin

Workers Oppose Mendieta Regime, by T. Stamm

Rackets at the McAlpin, by McAlpin Worker

Trotsky’s Article


Volume VII No. 4 [No. 208] Saturday, Monday, January 29, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Published Three Times a Week by the Communist League of America (Opposition)

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

Strike Spreads to Biggest New York Hotels

Toward the Catastrophe, by Leon Trotsky

Japan Moves Toward War Against the Soviet Union, by Lucifer

The I.L.P. and the Comintern, by T.C

Sub Drive On


Volume VII No. 5 [No. 209] Wednesday, January 31, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Published Three Times a Week by the Communist League of America (Opposition)

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

10,000 in Mass Hotel Picket Line

Another N.R.A. Project Collapses

Strike Gains Momentum, by G.C.

Labor Greets Amalgamated

The Strikers Speak

Protest Chen Du Siu’s Imprisonment, signed by Tom Mann & 17 other individuals from various working-class organizations

Subs Double

Corrections


Volume VII No. 6 [No. 210] Friday, February 2, 1934, 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

Call 30,000 Cab Drivers in General Strike

Hitler: One Year After, by J.C.

The Wrecking Crew at Work

The Railroad Brotherhoods: Official Censorship of Union Press, by A.E.

Subs Rise


Volume VII No. 7 [No. 211] Saturday, February 10, 1934, 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

Paris Masses Shake Corrupt French Regime: Reaction in Power with Dumergue

Latest Developments in the N.Y. Hotel Strike

Significance of Taxi Drivers’ Strike Analyzed, by T. Stamm

Lewis Triumphs at Mine Convention, by A.S.

Letters from the Militants

The Unpleasant Task of O. Piatnitsky and How Lenin Is Used to “Help” Him, by Harry Strang

Pioneer Publishers

Organize Jewish Club in Brownsville

Our School in Brooklyn

569 Subs!

American-Soviet Agreement

The Movement in Mexico, by C.C.

Just Arrived!

Who Was Bishop Tourian, by J. Kamiat

Unser Wort a Weekly: A Real Achievement, by Leon Trotsky

Discussion of Youth Problems: On Industrial Activity, by Florence Wyle

A Note to Branches

Bolshevik Congress Once and Now: On the Eve of the Congress, by L. Trotsky


Volume VII No. 8 [No. 212] Saturday, February 17, 1934, 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

Austrian Workers Fight Historic Battle

Hotel Strike

645 Subs


Volume VII No. 9 [No. 213] Friday, February 24, 1934, 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

Heading Straight For Another World War, by A.S.

Collapse of Austro-Marxism in the Vienna Struggle, by S.

Coal Yard Workers Win Strike in Minneapolis, by V.R.D.

Vandalism!

NRA Attacks Hotel Strike

Shoe Union Forges Ahead, by Shoe Worker

The C.W.A. Front

Revolt in the Blockers Union

Shachtman Tour

Money vs Men

Things the Minneapolis Coal-yard Workers Won’t Forget (poem), by V.R.D.

Another United Front Burlesque, by J.S.G.

Oneal Discovers “Trotskyism”, by S.

MPLS Labor Notes, by C.F.

Stalinism on Austria, by Joseph Carter

Here and There with the United Front, by T. Stamm

Vital Questions of the New Party: The Program of the A.W.P., by Max Shachtman

The Waterloo of Pseudo-Radicalism: Vienna – the Socialist ‘Millennium’, by G.C.

Ad Nauseam: From the Daily Worker Reports of the 17th Congress of the C.P.S.U.

Against Hooliganism


Volume VII No. 10 [No. 214] Saturday, March 10, 1934, 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

Toward the New Party: Internationalism and the A.W.P., by James P. Cannon

Spring Festival

A Statement on the Rakovsky Case, by L.D. Trotsky

N.R.A. and Company Unions: Corporations Win the Fake “Elections”

Big Crowd at Debate: Cannon and Lovestone Discuss Internationals, by G.R.

End of the N.Y. Hotel Strike

Hard Times Missed Bosses, by W―R.

French Internationalists Appeal to the Masses, from La Verité

C.W.A. News

Letters to the Editor

Goldin Clique in Blind Alley, by A Blocker

Militant Builders: 789 Subs!

Pledge Fund

The I.L.D. in the Capitalist Courts

Shachtman Tour

The Cuban Bolshevik-Leninists

Are There Limits to the Fall? by L.D. Trotsky

The Intellectuals Revolt Against Stalinist Hooliganism

Class in Trade Unionism

Notice


Volume VII No. 11 [No. 215] Saturday, March 17, 1934, 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

Taxi Strikers Battling for Union Recognition

The Paris Commune, by Joseph Carter

Wholesale Layoffs on All C.W.A. Projects Begin, by G.G.

Spring Festival and Dance

Court Denies Habeus [sic] Writ to A. Bellussi

Government Inquisition for the Workers, by K.

Big May Day Edition of the Militant

Cannon to Speak on Program of the 4th International

500 Unorganized Printers in Mass Meeting in N.Y.

Tough Luck for Bright Boy, from Exchange

Shachtman Speaks for the New Party on National Tour

Cut Wage of Paterson Textile Workers

854 New Subs!

Grammercy 5-9524 ...

Letters to the Editor

Organization Notes

March of Events, by J. Weber

The Madison Square Garden Boomerang

International Workers School Notes

Expulsion of B.J. Field and A. Kaldis

Militant Pledge Fund

Oakland Bookshop and Forum

Centrism and the 4th International, by L. Trotsky

Communism and the Intellectuals:
1. Toward an Alliance of the Workers and Intellectuals, by A Signer of the Open Letter

The Political Situation in Spain, by L.Fersen

Organizing the CWA White Collar Workers, by Emergency Employee

The “League Against War and Fascism” in Action at Newark

Roosevelt’s “12 Points” Against the Workers, by Hugo Oehler

Shachtman Tour

“Reforming” the C.I.

Marine Park, by J.E.


[Transcribers Note: the word [Opposition] no longer appears on the masthead of paper after this point]
Volume VII No. 12 [No. 216] Saturday, March 24, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Toward the Fourth International: Revolutionary Youth Meet in International Conference, by Albert Glotzer

The New Strike Wave: The Automobile Workers Revolt

National Tour of Shachtman Builds for the New Party

Mass Delegations on CWA Work Go to Washington, by Emergency Employee

New York Taxi Drivers Continue Militant Fight For Union

Lining Up for Big May Day Edition of the Militant

The Strange Adventures of Insull, by G.E.

Court Hits At Substitute Teachers, by H.L.

Organized Labor Under the NRA

Organizing the Home Relief Workers, by Home Relief Worker

Greek Workers’ Club “Protomagia”

Australian Youth Organizations, from Australian Comrades of the International Communist League

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Shachtman Tour

919 New Subs!

International Workers School Notes

Troyanovsky – 1916 and 1934, by Harry Strang

Special Notice

GRammercy 5-9524 ...

One Year of Roosevelt’s New Deal, by Arne Swabeck

Communism and the Intellectuals
2. A Program for the Intellectuals, by A Signer of the Open Letter

Discussion Article

The British Hunger March, by T.C.

Editorial

Correction, by Emergency Employee

March Young Spartacus

Honor Among Thieves

Militant Pledge Fund

N.Y. Printers Demand Unionization


Volume VII No. 13 [No. 217] Saturday, March 31, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

For the 4th International, by the International Secretariat, League of Communist-Internationalists

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Letters to the Editor

Shachtman on Tour

March of Events

992 New Subs!

Shachtman Tour: Schedule

GRammercy 5-9524 ...

International Agitation for Deported Youth

The Betrayal of the Auto Workers

CWA Delegations March in Protest at Washington

“Expert” Deals Foul Blow at the N.Y. Teachers, by H.L.

Attempts to Split the Amalgamated Hotel Workers

Add New Names to Pledge Fund to Sustain Militant

Plan Early Publication of the New International

500 at Cannon Lecture on International Program

The Opportunists in Home Relief Workers Body, from Home Relief Worker

Bellussi Gets 30 Days Stay

Greek Workers’ Club

One Year of Roosevelt’s New Deal, by Arne Swabeck

International Notes

The Left Movement in Poland, by Victor

The Right Wing and Labor Party, by J.G. Wright

Inside the C.C.C. Camps, by Carlos Hudson


Volume VII No. 14 [No. 218] Saturday, April 7, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

All Together Against Reaction on May Day, by the New York City Committee, Communist League of America

Dryer Taken to Court by A.F. of L. Official

Committee Organized to Aid Anthony Bellussi

Appeal to the Young Workers of the World

4 Deported Youth in Grave Danger in Hitler Germany

Arrest Leaders of The Cuban Labor Movement

End of the New York Taxi Strike, by T. Stamm

The Nazi Program

On Father Coughlin

Fascist Elections

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Letters to the Editor

1014 New Subs!

Organization Notes

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Organized Labor Under the N.R.A.

Pledge Fund

Shachtman Tour: Schedule

Russian Bulletin


Volume VII No. 15 [No. 219] Friday, April 14, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Movement on Behalf of Four Deported Germans Grows

After the C.W.A.

Minneapolis Workers Fight Starvation Program, by W.K.

Important Notice

Order May Day Special Edition of the Militant

Railroad Robins and Gras for Work in Hotel Strike

N.Y. Conference Against War Is Pacifist Affair

Cannon to Speak on War and the 4th International

Cuban Arrests

Rousing Meetings on Shachtman Tour

Anti-Fascist Dinner for Bellussi

Fascists Attack Rivera

Club Plan Drive for 1,000 More Subs

The International Bulletin

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Letters to the Editor

Shachtman on Tour

Pledge Fund

Under the N.R.A.

The Cuban Situation After Grau, from Rayo

A Centrist Attack on Marxism, by Leon Trotsky

A Year of Roosevelt’s New Deal, by Arne Swabeck

“Brains Trust” Conspiracy, by G.R.

The Austrian Constitution

Brownsville Relief Demonstration

Fascists in N.Y.

The Labor Front

Shachtman Tour: Schedule

Harlem Workers Club

Russian Bulletin


Volume VII No. 16 [No. 220] Monday, April 21, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Reaction Hounds Trotsky

50,000 Manifestoes

Under the NRA

“Triple Unionism”, by W.

Nazis Violate Tomb Of Eckstein

The Stalinist Conference

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Austrian Fighters Sentenced

Shachtman Tour: Schedule

Militant Builders

Help the Cuban Struggle

Social Origins of Crime

New Subs

Once More on Centrism, by L. Trotsky

Who Lost the National Income? by G. Roberts

Discussion Article

Dutch Aid Hitler

Reviewing the News, by Bill

For the Fourth International: The Historic Declaration of the Four Organizations at Paris, signed by E. Bauer, J. Schwab, J.P. Schmidt & K. Sneevliet

Labor Groups Protest Action of Dutch Government

Robins and Gras Sentenced

The International Bulletin

Pledge Fund


Volume VII No. 17 [No. 221] Wednesday, April 28, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

All Out to Madison Square Garden on May Day! by James P. Cannon

May Day

Lenin’s May Day Appeal to the Russian Workers, by V.I. Lenin

The “United Front”, by W.

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Greetings

Payless Furlough for N.Y. Teachers, by H.L.

What is the Meaning of Rakovsky’s Surrender? by L.D. Trotsky

Cuban Revolution: Stalinism Kneels to American Imperialism, by M. Garcia Villareal

The Collapse of the Disarmament Bubble, by G.R.

America vs Japan in Latin America, by C.C.

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Cleveland Convention of the C.P., by Arne Swabeck

400 Hail Move for New Defense at Bellussi Meet

Stalinist Hoodlums Attack Shachtman L.A. Meeting

San Francisco Meeting, by Florence Wyle

Philadelphia Branch and The Militant

Militant Is Barred from Canada

Young Spartacus

Shachtman Tour Schedule


Volume VII No. 18 [No. 222] Friday, May 5, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Left Currents in the S.P., by James P. Cannon

Greatest May Day in History of New York Labor Movement

“America First” Parade Is Fiasco at Minneapolis, by R.

Mexican Police Seize International Communists

Leader of the Spanish C.P. Resigns Post

Shachtman Speaks at St. Louis Meet

Capitalists of All Countries Close Their Doors to Leon Trotsky

Com. Cora Duff Dead (obituary)

Sudden Death of A.A. Buehler (obituary)

Terror in Hitler Germany

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Old and New Organization Forms, by Hugo Oehler

Oneal on the Communist Sickness, by O.W. Watters

Paterson Silk Workers Club, by Silk Worker

Two Sides of the NRA

Cleveland Convention of the C.P., by Arne Swabeck

Statement of Jack Hackverdian, by Jack Hackverdian

Under the NRA

Shachtman Meeting at K.C., by F.S.

Foundations for a Communist Youth League, by Martin Abern

Hearst Speaks Out

Decisive Struggles Approach in Spain

Railroad Pay Cuts

Labor and the New Deal, by S. Fisher

Preparing For War, by W.

The Crisis in the Pocketbook Makers’ Union, by A Pocket Book Worker

United Front Against Hooliganism in L.A.

Greetings

March of Events, by Jack Weber


Volume VII No. 19 [No. 223] Friday, May 12, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

New Trends in the Trade Union Movement, by Arne Swabeck

Young Socialists and Spartacus Youth Sponsor United Front

Minneapolis Union Prepares For Action, by R.

Wolinsky Gang Seize Control of Pocketbook Union, by A Pocketbook Worker

“United Front” in Chicago, by Satir

New York’s May Day in Review, by B.

Dental Mechanics Strike at Baltimore

Reviewing the News, by Bill

On “Shorty” Buehler and Cora Duff, by Clarke

Terror in the Imperial Valley, by Harry Ross

Minneapolis Rail Workers Organize, by A Rail

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The Cuban Revolution on the Defensive, by T. Stamm

Shachtman Meeting in Davenport, by Betty Roland

Pledge Fund

Before the Socialist Party Convention, by Albert Glotzer

World Revolution or World Fascism, by Joseph S. Giganti

Nazis Exploit Winter Help

Louis Fisher Slays “Trotskyism” Again, by J.W.

The Imperialist Conflicts Over the Chinese Markets, by Hugo Oehler

The International Position of the Revolutionary Policy Committee, by James P. Cannon

Militant Builders

Theatre Party

Waukegan Meeting, by G.A. Watters


Volume VII No. 20 [No. 224] Saturday, May 19, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

The Johnson Bill and Credit to the U.S.S.R., by T. Stamm

Second Strike Wave Under the N.R.A., by A.S.

New Court Battle for Freedom of Mooney

Trotsky Remains Without Place of Asylum; Nazi Paper Demands Banishment to Distant Island

N.Y. Youth Conference Against War

The Case of Mr. Dillinger, by Carlos Hudson

Doriot Expelled From French C.P.

Statement of Non-Partisan Labor Defense on German Deportees, by Herbert Solow

Organization Notes

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Truth About Dachau Told by Manchester Guardian

The Real Significance of Rakovsky’s Capitulation, from La Verité

Before the Detroit Convention of the Socialist Party, by Albert Glotzer

A Critical Analysis of the American Workers Party: 1. The Political Evolution of the C.P.L.A., by Felix Morrow

Editorial

Toward the National Workers’ Alliance in Spain, by Andres Nin

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Crime and Economics: Starving Men Steal, by Carlos Hudson

New York Organization Notes



Volume VII No. 21 [No. 225 Saturday, May 26, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Minneapolis Shows the Way

  • Telegram to The Militant, by K.
  • By Mail – Special to The Militant, by F.K.

Youth Demonstration Against War And Fascism on May 30th

Non-Partisan Labor Defense Protests Police Attack on Workers

Reviewing the News, by Bill

The Foreign Policy of Japan

Militant Builders

And “Underground Union”, by T. Stamm

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Strike of Los Angeles Longshoremen

The Railroad Wage Settlement, by Weaver

“New Group” for a “New Party”, by Max Shachtman

Critical Analysis of the A.W.P.: 2. The Political Meaning of “Adaption to the American Scene”, by Felix Morrow

The Left Face of the Socialist Party, by Albert Goldman

Darrow Speaks for the Middle Class, by Hugo Oehler

Wolinsky – Bosses’ Agent

Anti-Nazi Demonstration in N.Y., by Harry Strang

Fourth International Manifesto


Volume VII No. 22 [No. 226] Saturday, June 2, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Strike Wave Sweeps Country

General Strike Looms in Toledo

Union Recognition Gained by Militant Minneapolis Battles
Victory Is an Inspiration to Workers Everywhere, by James P. Cannon

The Spirit of the Blue Eagle (cartoon)

Longshoremen’s Strike Ties Up Pacific Coast Ports

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Picnic June 24th

On the Political Scene in Mexico

March of Events, by Jack Weber

National Tour Finds League Advancing, by Max Shachtman

Positions of Conflicting Groups in the Socialist Party: 3. The R.P.C. and Its Program, by Albert Glotzer

Theoretical Organ Out July 1st

Critical Analysis of the American Workers Party: 3. What is Its Position On Internationalism, by Felix Morrow

Under the Iron Heel of Chiang Kai Shek, by Lucifer

Minneapolis Strike Reveals Splendid Organization and Militancy

The Club Plan Subs Drive Ends August 1st


Volume VII No. 23 [No. 227] Saturday, June 9, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Partial Victory Gained By Toledo Workers, by A Striker

Roosevelt’s New Cuban Treaty, by H.O.

Nation Wide Strike Looms Throughout Steel Industry

League in Campaign to Build Organization and Press

Mooney Appeal Goes to the U.S. Supreme Court

Strike on Pacific Coast Extends to Shipyards, by F.C.

Defend Thaelmann-Torgler

Socialist Party Adopts “Militant” Position at Detroit National Convention, by James P. Cannon

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Steel Facts and Figures, by Weaver

League Continues Gains in Frisco, by F.C.

Weirton Steel Mills, by Irving Oklin

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Capital and Labor Under the NRA

New York Local Arranges Picnic

National Tour Shows League Influence, by M.S.

Mussolini Sets An Example of “Disarmament”

A Criticism of the Draft Program of The American Workers Party, by Arne Swabeck

Will the Soviet Union Join the League of Nations?, by W.H.

Militant Builders

Editorial Note

New Youngstown Drivers Union, by P.

Bellussi’s Reply to the I.L.D., by Antonio Bellussi

Outlawing Strikes: The Wagner Bill Dispute, by Hugo Oehler

New York Youth Demonstrate

New Attacks on the Unemployed, by Relief Worker

A New Type of Strike Leaders, by Railroader

New York United Front in Support of Strikes

Anti-War Issue of Young Spartacus


Volume VII No. 24 [No. 228] Saturday, June 16, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Roosevelt’s Program For “Social Insurance”, by Hugo Oehler

The Eggs in the Eagle’s Nest (cartoon)

Steel Workers Union in Meeting to Decide Action, by A.S.

Steel Union Letter to Roosevelt

I.L.A. Leaders Weaken Pacific Coast Tie-Up, by F.C.

Browder ‘Exposes’ Strike ‘Sell-Out’ in Minneapolis, by C. Forsen

Build the League and Press

Minneapolis Strike – An Answer to Its Defamers, by James P. Cannon

Reviewing the News, by Bill

League Activities

Mexican Nazis Attack Trotsky, by C.C.

From the Militants

March of Events, by J. Weber

Sidelights From the Great Battle of the Minneapolis Workers, by C.H.

Stalinist Record in the Cuban Revolution, by T. Stamm

New York Teachers Union Fights Red-Baiting, by H.L.

The Foreign Policy of the Soviet Union, by Sympathizer

After the Socialist Party Convention

The Militant Pledge Fund

Militant Builders

N.Y. Independent Printers Union, by P.S.

N.Y. Picnic Sunday, June 24th


Volume VII No. 25 [No. 229] Saturday, June 23, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Insurance for Jobless Depends on Labor, by D.B.

Union Barred at NRA Office

New Deal Marches Ahead (cartoon)

French Labor Parties Ignore Storm Signals, by A.R.

Steel Workers Union Retreats, by A.S.

Comrade Cannon’s Article ...

Longshoremen Refuse Surrender

Fight to Oust Wolinsky, by N.D.F.

Recovery for the Farmer, by G. Roberts

Organization & Press Drive

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Role of the Stalinists In Minneapolis Strike, by C. Forsen

Question Box

Y.C.L. Holds Seventh National Convention, by Joseph Carter

March of Events, by J. Weber

Pledge Fund

Militant Builders

Stalinist Record in the Cuban Revolution, by T. Stamm

Appeal for Jewish-Arab Workers Solidarity

After the Bulgarian Coup d’Etat, by E.T., from Unser Wort

A Visit to Tom Mooney at San Quentin, by Harry Ross

No Time To Lose Big Tasks Ahead

The Strike Wave and the Role of the NRA, by Hugo Oehler

Penalty of Wrong Trade Union Policy

Hooliganism in Harlem

Protest N.Y. City Police Terror, by A.W. Paul

Cannon Lecture on the Minneapolis Strike

Organization-Press Campaign


[Transcribers note: Editors of The Militant misunumbered this issues as “June 23” but it is in fact “June 30”]
Volume VII No. 26 [No. 230] Saturday, June 30, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

What is Happening in Fascist Germany?, by Arne Swabeck

Organization-Press Campaign Paves Way for Big Advances of Communist League, by H.S.

A.F. of L. Moves Against Pacific Coast Dock Strike

Factions Struggle for Control of the Socialist Party

Minneapolis Union Forcing Action on Wage Demands

Monthly Review New International Comes Off Press

Committee Moves to Appeal Case of Robins and Gras

Another Stalinist “Strike”, by Lanudry Worker (sic)

Show Up Labor Board

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Tactics at Minneapolis, by Clem Forsen

Question Box

Imperial Valley Notes

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Pledge Fund

Militant Builders

No Time to Lose: Big Tasks Ahead

The Burning Question in France, from La Verité

Recovery “For the Farmers”, by George Roberts

Strikes and the National Guard, by Al Dasch

A Falsified Biography of Lenin, by Stamm

What the 73rd Congress Did for the Bosses, by Hugo Oehler

Y.C.L. Convention, by Joseph Carter

Minneapolis Notes

Help Cuban Comrades


Volume VII No. 27 [No. 231] Saturday, July 7, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Hitler “Purges” Party in Bloody Reign of Terror, by Arne Swabeck

General Strike Near in Frisco After Killings

New Truck Drivers Strike Impends in Minneapolis

Back the League in New Drive

Old Guard Routs Militants in New York S.P. Convention

Broad Silk Dept in Silk Union Backs 7 Expelled Militants, by Silk Worker

New Address

Housewarming

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Military Coup d’Etat in Latvia, by Paul Schwalbe

Question Box

The Chicago Friends of The Militant Club, by J. Ruby

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Pledge Fund

No Time to Lose – Big Tasks Ahead

Militant Builders

The White Terror: Stalinist Treachery in China, by Lucifer

The Man on the Flying Trapeze: The Record of Bill Dunne, by S.

Business Slows Down

The Wisconsin State Socialist Party Convention, by Wisconsin S.P. Member

To the Saar Workers – An Appeal by the I.S., from the International Secretariat of the League of Communist Internationalists (Bolshevik-Leninists)

A Letter from a Comrade, from L.G.

Our International Press


[Transcribers note: Editors of The Militant started misunumbering by skipping an issue]
Volume VII No. 28 [No. 232] Saturday, July 14, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Minneapolis Strikes Monday

Mass Meeting of Local 574 Unanimously Accepts Call for Walkout; Repudiates Tobin-Bosses Red Scare

Teamsters Join Dock Workers in Frisco Strike

Comrade Thor Dead (Obituary)

Housewarming

Reviewing the News, by Bill

New Features in Second Strike Wave, by M.B.

Question Box

Fierce Trade War Grips Entire World, by Hugo Oehler

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Militant Builders

Blending the Old with the New, by Bill

War and the Fourth International to Appear Soon

Problems of Marxism: “Workers’ Democracy”, by Albert Goldman

The League Marches to New Victories

Hitler’s Dilemma: The Crisis in Germany, by G.C.

The Man on the Flying Trapeze, by S.

An Appeal to our Sympathizers

Minneapolis Drivers Solid Behind Local Leadership

Cleveland Strike News, by P.

Nailing a Few Brazen Lies

How Not to Lead a Strike

Antonio Fierro Memorial Meeting


Volume VII No. 29 [No. 233] Saturday, July 21, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Cops Fire on Unarmed Pickets
33 Shot In Minneapolis As Strikers Stop All Commercial Vehicles

A.F.L. Misleaders Betray Frisco General Strike

Militant Pickets Close Alabama Textile Industry

Tide of Strikes Sweeps Over the Entire Nation

Attention!

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Strike Ends in Philadelphia S.K.F. Works, by Lou Roberts

Question Box

The Crisis in the New York Painters Union, by Member of Brotherhood

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The Pledge Fund Campaign

A Holy United Front in Mexico, by C.C.

Com. Abramowitz Dead (obituary)

Spain: Movement Toward Unity Against Fascism Grows

German Fascism Unmasked, by E.B.

China: Terror and Capitulation Grip Worker’s [sic] Ranks, by P.K.

In Mussolini’s “Paradise”, by Glee

Make the Org-Press Drive a Success

An Appeal for Our Cuban Comrades, by Latin American Dept. of the National Committee

Trade Union Strategy: Unionism the Main Issue, by A.S.

Brass Check Journalism

The New International

Militant Builders

Bound Volumes



Volume VII No. 30 [No. 234] Saturday, July 28, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Troops Rule Minneapolis
Police Arrest Cannon and Shachtman

  • Goldman’s Speech

War Looms as Powers Clash Over Austria

Frisco League Is Firm in Wave of Boss Terror, by S.F. League Member

Farm Workers Strike in Ohio Shows Militancy

Leon Trotsky in Danger

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Civil Liberties Under the New Deal (book review), by Glee

Question Box

New Castle Unemployed Organize, by A.L.L.

The World of Labor

Stalin Keeps His Promises

Militant Builders

Org-Press Campaign

Jean Tomasini Dead (obituary)

Place Orders for the New International

Goethals – Strikebreaker

Robber Barons Rave at Crime

The Significance of the United Front Between the C.P. and the S.P. in France, by P. Naville, from La Verité

Daily Worker Tells All, by T. Stamm

Editorial

Workers’ Blood is Shed, from The Organizer


Volume VII No. 31 [No. 235] Saturday, August 4, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Strikers Defy Olson Militia

A.F.L. Heads Check Strike in Stockyards

More Strikebreakers

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Green Strikes at Labor in Blow at Sympathy Strike

Sharper Struggles in Strike Wave, by Arne Swabeck

Statement of the New Group For Workers Rights

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Militant Builders

Ossip Wolinsky “Resigns”

Question Box

A Communist Radio Speech, by Lydia Beidel

World of Labor

Minneapolis Sidelights – By an Eye-Witness, by Jerry Kotz

Editorial

Stalinist Zig-Zags: The United Front, by Arne Swabeck

Strike at Martial Law!


Volume VII No. 32 [No. 236] Saturday, August 11, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Fight Cripples Strike of New York Painters, by Member of the Brotherhood

Report Silver Shirts Arming in San Diego

89,000 Represented as Illinois Jobless Organize

Drivers Ranks Hold Firm as Bosses Committee of 166 Begins to Crack

“Confidence is Returning” Says Artful Dodger Roosevelt

Detroit Automobile Workers Revolt Against Treacherous A.F. of L. Policy

For a Hot Time!

General Strike in Knit Goods Trade

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Labor News from Mexico

Org-Press Campaign

A Freak Movement in L.A., by T.B.

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Father Divine – Browder’s God

Registration Plan Fails

Once Again on Cuba, by Latin American Department, Communist League of America

Question Box

The Socialist Party – In 1914 and Today

World of Labor

The Crisis in the Socialist Party: The Coming Referendum, by Joseph Carter

An Appeal for Robins and Gras

Starvation Wages for German Workers

Pioneer Notes

The United Front: Stifling a Movement, by Arne Swabeck

The Coming U.T.W. Convention, by Silk Worker

A Demagogue at Work: Olson’s Role in the Strike, by Hugo Oehler

Robins-Gras Refused Release on Bail; Appeal Pending

Russian Opposition Bulletin

Notice!


Volume VII No. 33 [No. 237] Saturday, August 18, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

General Strike Voted in Textile Convention

Conspiracy to Break Mpls. Strike Smashed By Committee of 100

Danger of War Grows as Japs Provoke Soviets

Philadelphia Jobless Fight for Tainted Food

Food Prices Rise – Gougers Active; “No Shortage”

Knit Goods Strikers Show Militancy, by Knit Goods Worker

Youth Defeat F.D.R. Aides at Congress

Club Strikers as La Guardia “Investigates”

Reporters Picket Scab Paper in Staten Island

Marines Leave Haiti as Dirty Work is Finished

Don’t Forget the Boat Ride

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Lessons of the General Strike in Frisco, by Jack Weber

Org-Press Campaign

Once Again on the Role of Governor Olson, by Hugo Oehler

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Pledge Fund

A “Handkerchief Head” Speaks Out

Question Box

Political Change in Mexico, by C.C.

World of Labor

The Crisis in the Socialist Party: “Bogus” Democracy, by Joseph Carter

Fraternal Orders Begin Drive Against Labor

Behind the Algerian Massacre, by Jean Mendez

Drought and New Deal Ruins American Farmers, by Wasserman

Newark Meeting on Minneapolis

Left Wing Needed in Paterson

Bound Volumes of the Militant

Brownsville Comrades Attention!

An Acknowledgement


Volume VII No. 34 [No. 238] Saturday, August 25, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Minneapolis Drivers Victorious

Local 574 Wins Right to Represent Inside Men; Discrimination Barred

Green & Co. Declare War on Militants

New Deal Defends Profit System, Says Secretary

Labor Skates Stall General Textile Strike

Japan Prepares Seizure of Chinese Eastern Railroad

Food Prices Rise 22 Percent

An Open Letter to the C.P. and S.P. on the United Front, from the National Committee of the Communist League of America, signed by Arne Swabeck

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Protest Deporting of Bellussi

In the Trade Unions

Hathaway Slurs Mpls. Strike

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Klan Rears Its Head in Fort Wayne, by J.R.

Question Box

A Capitalist Institution: Suicide, by Burkt Cochrane

Under the Heel of Wall Street: Imperialism, by John Coates

World of Labor

The Next Step, by Walter Held

Bound Volumes of The Militant

Profits of Large Corporations Rise; Greed Unsatiated

20 Million Live on Crumbs on Government Relief

Never Forget

Young Spartacans Fight Pacifism at Congress

Stalinists Expel 6 Youth; Join S.Y.L. and League

New Haven Meeting On Minneapolis

In the Next Issue


Volume VII No. 35 [No. 239] Saturday, September 1, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Textile Strike Begins Today

Sinclair Plan a Daydream of Middle Class

Jail International Communists in Mexico

Steel Salaries Slashed; Wage Reductions Next

Utility and Truck Strikes Loom in N.Y.

Cuban Comrades Need Support, by Arne Swabeck

Richberg Report Omits Wage Drop

God and Bosses Scare Hopkins out of Feeding Strike

Food Prices Soar; Roosevelt Plans Are Responsible

We Are in a Crisis

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Pledge Fund

In the Trade Unions

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Correction

International Youth Day, by Joseph Carter

Trying to Turn the Clock of History Back, by C.C.

Muenzenberg in a Web of Contradictions

World of Labor

  • Czechoslovakia
  • Britain
  • Holland
  • Sweden

Stalin’s Camp Followers on Latin America, by John Coates

New International Off the Press

Editorial Note

United Fruit Company vs. United Banana Workers, by Jean Mendez

Labor Day – 1934

Tom Mooney Appeals to Labor for Assistance, by Tom Mooney

Onion Workers Battle Terror, by Harry Milton


Volume VII No. 36 [No. 240] Saturday, September 8, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Minneapolis Drivers Win in Elections

Major Angas Arrives With Big “Boom”

Lid Comes Off in Armament Disclosures

Textile Strike Sweeps Over Nation; 10 Killed as Workers Defy Thugs, Armed Scabs, Troops; South in Fore

Climbing Out

Labor Leaders Say “No to War”

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Stalin’s Praise for Kemal, Oppressor of Turkish Workers, by Brown

In the Trade Unions

Lovestone Group Cracks in Detroit; 5 Join League

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Vancouver Activities, by M.A.

What a Scoop!

International Bulletin Out – Price Reduced

Question Box

To the Bolshevik-Leninists of the U.S.S.R., from Foreign Representatives of the Russian Bolshevik-Leninists

World of Labor

Herbert Zam Quits the Lovestone Group, by M.S.

Pioneer Notes

Text of the United Front Youth Pact in Belgium, signed by the Young Socialist Guard, Young Communist League and the Leninist Youth League

The Meaning of the Textile Strike, by Arne Swabeck

Bill Green Gets Radical; The Old Game – New Cards

The First Thousand Years Are Hardest

An Interview with the Managing Editor of the Minneapolis Truck Drivers’ Strike Bulletin

Sinclair Finds His Mentor in F.D.R.

Bound Volumes of The Militant

War and the Fourth International in Russian


Volume VII No. 37 [No. 241] Saturday, September 15, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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


Communist League and A.W.P. Move to Form a New Party: Both Organizations Declare Desire to Hasten Union of Forces

Mill Workers Slain by Guards; Governor Raises “Red” Scare

The Truth About the Morro Fire

Arms Inquiry Is Too Hot for State Dep’t

Workers Are Disarmed by Spanish Gov’t

Deputize the Strikers? Who Owns This Country, Anyway!

R.I. Solons Save Roosevelt from Sending Federal Troops

Indian Summer Festival

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Embarrassing Questions

In the Trade Unions

Hooliganism Again, from C.L.A. and S.Y.L., Pittsburgh Branch

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The Middle Class Backing of Sinclair, by Jon Dane

Hoover vs. Roosevelt, by Hugo Oehler

Letters to the Editor

Meeting to Defy Nazis in Yorkville

Manifesto of the Workers Party of Canada, from Vanguard

World of Labor

Economic Conditions Behind Textile Strike

Pioneer Notes

Bound Volumes of The Militant

Editorial

The Stalinists Turn to the Right in the Sphere of Literature, by R.M.


Volume VII No. 38 [No. 242] Saturday, September 22, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Soviet Joins the League of Nations, by Hugo Oehler

Fascism Dons White Hood as Klan Rides Again in South

Marine Union Appeals for Strike Here

Proposals of the Roosevelt Board Would Continue Present Coolie Conditions in the Textile Industry

Georgia Brings Hitler Methods to the United States

Miners to Be Buried Alive

Pocketbook Makers Out, by Pocketbook Worker

Babes Born with Gun in Their Mouth

Cripples Meet

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Money Still Needed

In the Trade Unions

“Thou Shalt Not Kill”

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Question Box

The Rise and Fall of a Gangster-Journalist, by A Mid-West Correspondent

Manifesto of Worker’s Party of Canada

World of Labor

The History of the Frisco General Strike, by Jim Osborn & Dick Ettlinger

American Workers Party Sends Letter on Unity, signed by A.J. Muste

No Recovery Here, by Paul Schwalbe

A Comment on Belgian United Front Pact, by Editor

Cannon-Bingham Debate


Volume VII No. 39 [No. 243] Saturday, September 29, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Textile Strike Debacle, by James P. Cannon

Relief System Endangered in New York

Jobless Will Demonstrate November 24th

Blackshirts a Challenge to N.Y. Labor

Green & Co. in Control as A.F.L. Convention Opens in San Francisco, by Hugo Oehler

A.F.L. Leaders Plot Against Food Strike

For the New Party, Appeal of the National Committee, Communist League of America

Youth Unite Against Fascists

Reviewing the News

Mellon’s Stolen Millions

In the Trade Unions

  • Letter to the Comrades of the Communist League of America, from the Committee

“Reward” Your “Friends”

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The Discipline of Failure, by E.B.

Question Box

China’s “Red” Generals Recant, by Lucifer

World of Labor

The History of the Frisco General Strike, by Jim Osborn & Dick Ettlinger

French Bolshevik-Leninists Decide to Enter S.F.I.O. as Faction, by J.P.C.

Communist League Replies to Letter Of A.W.P. on Unity, by Arne Swabeck


Volume VII No. 40 [No. 244] Saturday, October 6, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Issues of the Day at the A.F. of L. Convention, by Arne Swabeck

Cannon, Muste Address Paterson Silk Workers

Armed Clashes in Spain as Civil War Begins

Youth Demonstrates Against Italian Fascism Friday

Read the Crime News and Forget Your Troubles, by Henry Cape

Build the League

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Young Socialists Give Young Stalinist an A.B.C. Lesson on the United Front

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Manifesto of the Workers Party of Canada, by the Provisional National Committee, Workers Party of Canada)

Question Box

A Reformed 2nd or a 4th International? by Rous, from Verité

International

The History of the Frisco General Strike, by Jim Osborn & Dick Ettlinger

Editorial

Drug Clerks Union Calls Bronx Strike

Robins-Gras Appeal

New York Newsstands

Good News


Volume VII No. 41 [No. 245] Saturday, October 13, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Vertical Union Plan Is Adopted by A.F. of L. at Convention in Frisco, by Hugo Oehler

Vote for the New Party in the Elections

Scottsboro Boys in Danger as I.L.D. Tactics Enable Lawyer to Knife Defense

Workers Battle Heavy Odds in Spain Against Onslaught of Reaction

Prices to Rise In Fake Truce of Roosevelt

Anti-Fascists Demonstrate on New York

Raise New Party Fund! Recruit Sympathizers! Build the League!

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Workers “Greet” Black Shirts in New Haven, by Jay Harde

In the Trade Unions

Letters to the Editor, from Lewis Burke

March of Events, by Jack Weber

“Off Again, On Again, Gone Again, Finnegan”

Belgian Y.C.L. Divides on United Front Issue, by Harry Strang

Question Box

Program of the Latin American Bourgeoisie, by C. Curtis

World of Labor

The History of the Frisco General Strike, by Jim Osborn & Dick Ettlinger

Editorial


Volume VII No. 42 [No. 246] Saturday, October 20, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Arbitration Award Won by Local 574, from the Organizer

Poincaré Dead; Slew Millions

Terror Rules as Spanish Revolt Ends

Suicide Strike Inspires New Open Battle

Government Shows Colors in Houde Case

Price of Militant 3 Cents on Nov. 1st

Left Wing Is Crucial Issue in A.F. of L., by Arne Swabeck

Stretch-Out Okayed by New ‘Order’

9 Negro Boys Need United Movement

Six-Hour Day, Five-Day Week is Now Watchword for Labor

Write in J.P. Cannon as Your Vote for New Party in Elections, by New York District, Communist League of America

International Workers School Announcement

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Lessons of the Revolt in Spain, by Rosalio Negrete

In the Trade Unions

Some Fundamental Aspects of Youth Work: 1. Basis of “Youth Problem”, by Albert Glotzer

Question Box

Leading Philadelphia C.P. Member Declares for Fourth International, by James W. Watson

World of Labor

Discussion Article

Stalinists in a Panic as Organization of New Party in U.S. Approaches, by Max Shachtman

The Regular October Issue of Young Spartacus ...



Volume VII No. 43 [No. 247] Saturday, October 27, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

P.L. Bergoff, Rat Chieftain Brags of Scabbing in Press

What Is Happening in the C.P.

Silk Industry Tied Up as Strike of 25,000 Dyers Involves Eastern Cities

Roosevelt is Applauded by Bankers

Bulletin

Boost New Party Fund!

Proposed Program for the New Party, prepared by Joint A.W.P.-C.L.A. Committee

In the Next Issue

Reviewing the News, by Glee

In the Trade Unions

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Some Fundamental Aspects of Youth Work: 2. Youth-Adult Relations, by Albert Glotzer

Question Box

What Next for French Labor, from La Verité

World of Labor

Discussion Article


Volume VII No. 44 [No. 248] Saturday, November 3, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

10,000 Pennsylvania Silk Workers to Swell Ranks of Striking Dyers

New Dealers Bolt Sinclair in Epic Fight

Union Fight Forces A&P to Back Down

Arrangements Completed for National Convention to Launch New Party in U.S.

Instructions for New Party Voters

Demonstrate November 24 for Job Relief

Russian Revolution and Militant Issue

Police Attacks “Deplored” by Tory Diehard

Labor Editors Threatened by Fascist Thugs

Your Duty to New Party

The Chauvinist “Anti-Japanese Campaign” of American Stalinists, by the Executive Committee of the Communist International

Reviewing the News, by Glee

In the Trade Unions

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Question Box

Has the Comintern Learned? by Erich Wollenberg

World of Labor

Six Years of The Militant

Addressograph Contributed

Editorial

Organizer Raps Vigilantes, by Mid-West Correspondent

League Expels Goldman for Capitulation to S.P., by National Committee, C.L.A.

Mpls. Organizers on Sale

Increase in Militant Price


Volume VII No. 45 [No. 249] Saturday, November 10, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Fargo Drivers Win in Militant Milk Strike

National Jobless Day Supported by Unions

“Truce” Government Falls in France; Class Lines Drawn, by P. Franck

Cannon Forum Postponed

Dyers Strike Holds Lines in 2nd Week

Convention of C.L.A. Call November 26, by Arne Swabeck

Gorman Plans a Love Feast With Bosses

S.P. Groups Prepare for a Split in Party, by Joseph Carter

Not An Appeal – An Alarm!

The Chauvinist “Anti-Japanese Campaign” of American Stalinists

Reviewing the News, by Glee

Support The Militant; Continue Your Pledge

Special Offer

Add Your Name to the New Party Honor Roll

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Question Box

Draft Thesis for C.I.A. Convention: The Need for a National Spartacus Youth League

Fundamental Aspects of Youth Work: Anti-Militarism and the Struggle Against War, by Albert Glotzer

World of Labor

Discussion Article

The Truth is Alien to Them: Stalinist Hokum on Minneapolis, by Harry Strang

Militant Circulation to All Branches

Militant Greetings

History in the Making

Health Lectures

Notice to Chicago Readers


Volume VII No. 46 [No. 250] Saturday, November 17, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

Weavers Will Decide on Joining General Strike of Dye Workers

Mooney Wins Court Hearing; Mass Action Need of Hour

Jobless Organizations Lay Nationwide Plans for Big Demonstration

Security Plan Nails Wolf to Labor’s Door

Minn. Union Progressives in Conference

Giant Meeting Dec. 2nd to Greet Fusion

Accommodations Needed for Convention Delegates

Students in Free Speech Fight in L.A., by Bill Monroe

Workers Set for Elevator Strike Here

For a New Revolutionary Party! by James P. Cannon

Reviewing the News, by Glee

Organization Notes – N.Y.

In the Trade Unions

The Crisis is Still With Us!

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Food for Delegates

Wanted

Special Offer to Expire

School Notes

Announcement

World of Labor

New York Trade Unionists Quit C.P. – Join Movement for New Party in U.S.

Question Box

November New International Out

The Heritage of October: 17 Years of the Workers State, by Arne Swabeck


Volume VII No. 47 [No. 251] Saturday, November 24, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America

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

C.L.A. and A.W.P. Head for Fusion

Wall Street Conspiracy for Fascist Coup Revealed

Easley Plots Against Nine Negro Boys

Weavers Set Deadline for Walkout

Unemployed to Demonstrate Today

What the Inner Regime of the Communist Party Looks Like

Reviewing the News, by Glee

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Six More Weeks to Go!

Question Box

Who Are the Defenders of the U.S.S.R.? by the International Secretariat of the International Communist League (Bolshevik-Leninists)

World of Labor

Spiking a Canard in the Daily Worker, by Joseph Fox

Out of C.P. – For New Party, by S. Greenberg & I. Greenberg

N.Y. Organization Notes

November New International Out

Wanted

Newark Anti-Nazi Protest Split by Stalinists, YPSL, by Arne Colts

Two Anniversaries

Spartacus Youth Convention

N.Y. Student Strike Slams Robinson

Help! Is Needed at Once


Volume VII No. 48 [No. 252] Saturday, December 8, 1934, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Workers of the World, Unite!

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

[Transcribers Note: This ends the run of the original Militant. With the fusion with the Communist League of America with the American Workers Party (lead by A.J. Muste), the new party, the Workers Party of the United States, launched The New Militant]

Launch Workers Party of U.S.

Minneapolis Bosses Plot Frame-Up of 574 Leaders

Old Guard Threatens S.P. with Split

This Issue Is Last of The Militant

Party to Act on Defense

Workers Party of the U.S. – Declaration of Principles

Constitution of the Workers Party

N.U.L. Led Thousands On Nov. 24, by Anthony Ramuglia

Tony Bellussi Quits U.S.

In the Trade Unions

Franz Bobzien Murdered

A.W.P. Votes Fusion Plan as Drafted, by Louis Breier

Weisbord Group Breaking Up, by X.


NEW MILITANT



Volume 1 No. 1 [No. 1] Saturday, December 15, 1934, New York, NY
NEW MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Cara Cooke

Workers Party Opens Action Campaign

Government Preparing for War

Robins, Gras Win New Trial; Frames in N.Y. Hotel Strike

Auto Wages Drop 19 Pct.

Altum Press Out on Strike

Health and Low Wages

Prison Figures Reveal Nazi Terror

The Forgotten Man

From the Firing Line

Merry Christmas —! F.D.’s Little Gift To the Jobless

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

Mail Orders Specialty of Pioneer Shop

Men Who Get $3,000 a Day Doubled by Nira, Roosevelt

Red Sees the New Militant Coming From the Press, by Red

Mooney May Be Pardoned

Wealthy Americans

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Socialist Party Turns to the Right

World in Review

The National Unemployed League – History and Methods, by Louis Breier

Prices Rise in Germany

German Aryans Running Amuck

[Editorials]

Anti-Crime War Aimed at Lone Killers – while Bankers and War Makers Get Protection

Reviewing the News, by Bill

Fascism at Work

Pamphlet Publication Program

Notice


Volume 1 No. 2 [No. 2] Saturday, December 22, 1934, New York, NY
NEW MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Cara Cooke

Alarm Signals in the Soviet Union, by A.J. Muste & James P. Cannon

Steel Truce in Deadlock at Capitol

Merry Christmas – Where? by Dan Eastman

Super Lobby Seeks Wage Relief Slash

Joseph Zack, C.P. Leader, Joins the Workers Party

Auto Hearing Farce with Ban on 7a

Printers’ O.K. Aids Striking Reporters, by Leo Roberts

Muste Calls for Funds to Carry on Mass Work, by A.J. Muste

Hit Sabotage in C.P. Trial

9 Join Party at Philly Meet

Cats Eat Relief Meat – Live

From the Firing Line

“Save the Workers From Revolution!” – U.S. Chamber of Commerce Busy, by A Worker

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

Left Wing Polls Heavy Vote in P.M.A. Election

Leibowitz Plans Anti-Labor Trial for Scottsboro Boys, by Harry Strang

Why Mooney Remains in Prison

The Party at Work

Capitalist Sabotage

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Robins-Gras Free on Bail

W.P. and Trade Unions, by Arne Swabeck

Harlan “Law” Still Active

World in Review

Munitions Makers Put the Screws on Roosevelt

Negro Workers in the Early American Labor Movement, by Simon Williamson

Foundation Fund Campaign

Theatre Benefit


Volume 1 No. 3 [No. 3] Saturday, December 29, 1934, New York, NY
NEW MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Cara Cooke

Prepare for a Year of Determined Struggle! New Year’s Manifesto of the Workers Party, from National Committee, Workers Party of the U.S.

18 Sacramento Workers on Trial – Face Long Sentences

Big Meeting Hears Muste and Cannon on WP Program – Adopts Resolution on Situation in Soviet Union

Inequalities Shown by A.F. of L. Survey

Norris, S.P. Leader Joins Workers Party

Muste Dinner

One Year Ago in Labor (Dec 28, 1933–Jan 3, 1934)

From the Firing Line

Facts Are Facts For Coal Miners – Illinois “Exposure” Exposed, by Gerry Allard

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

Independent Printing Employees Win 5 Day Altum Press Strike

W.P. to Open Training School; In Fight Against Capitalism

The Party at Work

History in the Making

U.S. Role in Making Bosses’ War Shown – Workers Died for Morgan Loans

Saar Basin Is Pawn of Imperialist Rivals – Plebiscite Masks Real Aims

The Methods of Stalin, by Joseph Zack

[Editorial]

Issue New International, Party Organ

Glass Faces Ten Years On Syndicalist Charge – W.Va. Unemployed League Aid Defense

Hearst Red-Baiting in School System Vehemently Protested by Educators



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