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(1935)

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Vol. I No. 4, January 5, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Wall Street Crack Whip on Congress, by Geo. Clarke

Robber Baron Goes Free (photo)

Steel Election Called, by Arne Swabeck

Eighteen on Trial Need Labor Defense, from Press Service of Non-Partisan Labor Defense

Auto Body Told System is Doomed

Imperialists Enter New Phase

Huey Long is Tammany Hall Rising in South, by Dan Eastman

1934 – Labor’s Story – Hope, Trust, Betrayal, Militancy – 1935

From the Firing Line

United Fronting in Pittsburgh, by E.R. McKinney

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

Contract for Paterson – What a Contract! by Felix Giordano

Aged Man Jailed for Snaring Rabbits

Richberg Smokes Peace Pipe As He Exonerates the Poor

First National League Convention Stormy Test of “American Approach”, by Louis Breier

March of Events – Naval Race Forebodes War of the Pacific, by Jack Weber

A Farewell to Bureaucracy, by Joseph Zack

Perkins’ Daughter Enters Society

The Party Fund

How the Middle Class Led “Freed” Negroes After Civil War, by Simon Williamson

[Editorials]

Roosevelt and Congress, by John West

Mass Action Policy of National League, by Arnold Johnson

Zack Meeting Draws Crowd


Vol. I No. 5, January 12, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Roosevelt's Speech Goes On Forever, by Dan Diamat

Warnick Is Released on $3,200 Bail, from NPLD Press Service

Workers Party Leaders Off on Speaking Tour (with photos of A.J. Muste and James P. Cannon)

Strike Shuts Garages in Twin Cities, by Special Correspondent

FDR Advocates Low Wage, Protects Private Industry in Dealing with Unemployed

150 League Men Storm Town Hall in Michigan

Lay Plans for Akron Strike

AFSW Plans Constitution, by Felix Giordano

Militant Wins PMA Election

One World at a Time! League Paper Tells Unemployed Readers, from Voice of the Workers

Labor’s Share Less in 1935, While Profits Rose, NRA Figures Show

From the Firing Line

Gotham’s 1,200,000 Unemployed Face ’35, by Al Dasch

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

What to Attend

The Party at Work

Party Lists 6 Pamphlets

$3,500 Is Family Need, by Special Correspondent

Injunction Seen as Lewis Move

Letter Carriers Protest Extension of Wage Cut

You Said It, Franklin!

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Dew of Death Rained From Sky – Capitalist Weapon for Next War, by Ruth Wilson

World in Review

How NUL Convention Nipped Fascist Attack, by Louis Breier

Big Profits in Textiles

And the “Abundant Life” Is Poverty! Poverty! Poverty! by Tess Huff

The Party Fund

7,400,000 Children

Huey Is Tammany Hall Rising From the South, by Dan Eastman

Cult of Leadership, Zig-Zags and Turns Mark C.I. Policy, by Joseph Zack

Reviewing the News, by Bill Sherman

Muste Cannon Tour

International Workers School

Bill White Dead


Vol. I No. 6, January 19, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Lenin

Trotsky Answers Indictment – Links G.P.U. with Kirov Assassination, by Leon Trotsky

The Federal Budget, from Washington Correspondent

Bosses Pay Prosecutor in Sacramento Red Trial

League Men in Conference in N.W. Ohio

Union Victory Ends St. Paul Garage Strike

3,000 in N.Y. Biscuit Strike

Muste, Cannon in Canada; Find Workers Party Active There, by A.J. Muste

W.P. Moves National Office – Takes Floor at 2 W. 15th St.

From the Firing Line

National Progressive Movement in Trade Union Is Party Task, by Arne Swabeck

Does Industrial Food Union Support Dutch Shultz Gang? by Joseph Zack

What to Attend

The Party at Work

Subway Men in Revolt Against Co. “Brotherhood”

Arrest Union Local in Labor Frame-Up

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Huey Long’s Labor Record; He Says Mussolini Endorsed His Plan, by Dan Eastman

World in Review

Mechanization in Steel Bodes Uncertain Future, by Fred Rayburn

The Boston Tea Party and The Fears of $ir Hearst, by Bill Monroe

The Party Fund

[Editorials]

Reviewing the News, by Bill Sherman

International Workers School


Vol. I No. 7, January 26, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Across the Country With Cannon and Muste, by A.J. Muste

Buying Power Drops Under “Model” Code, by Jack Elder

Akron C.P. Members Follow Zack to W.P.

56 Released as Leaguemen Storm Court, by Art Preis

United Defense Acts to Mobilize Labor in California Trial

That Pittsburgh Convention, by Special Correspondent

Ohio Branch Raps League Run by C.P.

Second Blast in Mine Kills 11, Injures 71

Saturday Night Housewarming

Coal Miners Ready to Welcome Muste, Cannon

To Maintain this Great Work We Must Have Funds – Now!

New Address

From the Firing Line

Two Young Men Start Subway Union Rolling, by An IRT Subway Worker

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

The Party at Work

What to Attend

A.F. of L. Blocks Rubber Strike

Railroad Jobs Get Fewer and Fewer

600 at League Meet

The Nature and Causes of Modern War – Capitalist Expansion Ends in Open Conflict, by John West

World in Review

Will the Steel Workers Strike? – Here’s the Record Under NRA to Date, by Dennis Brown

The Party Fund

International Workers School

[Editorials]

Reviewing the News, by Bill Sherman

Letters to the Editor


Vol. I No. 8, February 2, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Across the Country With Cannon and Muste, by A.J. Muste

Latest Order By FD Hides New Threat, by Zack Elder

New Deal Launches Another Gunboat (photo)

94 Strikers Arrested in Fargo N. Dakota by 300 Vigilantes

4,000 Subs by May 31 Is Our Goal – Here’s How

Progressives Seek National Organization, by Special Correspondent

Speakers Will Bare Hearst’s Labor Record

Liberty of 18 Jeopardized as C.P. Splits Defense

When It Snows in New York

Truckmen Stay Injunction

Suggested Symbol

Doll and Toy Workers Use Flying Squadron

Lively Meetings Mark Speaking Tour for Workers Party – Enthusiastic Crowd Cheers the New Party in Chicago

Sop to Akron Labor Hides Company Aim

Textile Strike Looms – Will It Be Another Betrayal by UTW Leaders? by Felix Giordano

The League's Fight for Unity by Louis Breier

What to Attend

Real Story in Relief Paper

Garage Strike Ends in Gains

Leaves Communist Party for Workers Party – Tells Why, by Harold Smith

Workers Education for Allentown

Forgotten Men’s Yell, from Voice of the Workers

Bridge that Gap!

The Struggle Against War, by John West

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Long Waits, Small Benefits Feature of Insurance Bills, by Hugo Oehler

Booker T. Washington – He Pleased the Bourgeoisie, by Simon Williamson

International Workers School

[Editorials]

The Party at Work

A Bold Policy for Progressives in Steel

Reviewing the News, by Bill Sherman

National Jig Saw – Bill Reich Broadcasting

A Request, and a Business Matter,


Vol. I No. 9, February 9, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Roosevelt Kicks Bill Green Downstairs, by Arne Swabeck

Capitol News Letter – Labor Bureaucrats Howl as Roosevelt Disregards Auto Union, by Jack Elder

Fantastic Evidence Used by State in Labor Trial

Judge’s Trick Approved by Union Leaders

Mass Meeting calls Hearst Labor Enemy

Union Pledges Solidarity to 18 Framed-up

Silk Strike is Voted Pending Referendum

Mass Meetings Build PA. Unemployed League

Thirty Days, Says Buffalo Judge, Instead of Food

Want Plenty? Nice, Easy Secret Way – It’s Utopian

Father Coughlin Adopts Popes’ Fake Liberalism, by Dan Eastman

Should Revolutionists Build a Labor Party, by Hugo Oehler

Notice

Food Workers Bare Unions's Alliance with Schultz Gang, by a Group of Progressive Food Workers

Credits for Russia – A Slogan for U.S. Labor, by Tess Huff

What to Attend

International Workers School Term Nears

St. Louis Socialist Finds Workers Party Is Realistic

Workers Security?

International Workers School

Late Episodes in Kirov Assassination Analyzed by Trotsky, by Leon Trotsky

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Open Letter, from the National Committee of the W.P.

The League Against War and Fascism, by John West

[Editorials]

Hearst Calls the Tune ... (cartoon), by Karl

Reviewing the News, by Bill Sherman

NPLD Statement on Sacramento Case

National Jig Saw, by Bill Reich

Zack Tour

Toy Workers Strike in Second Week: Gains Won

N.Y. Membership Meeting


Vol. I No. 10, February 16, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Across the Country With Cannon and Muste, by A.J. Muste

Capitol News Letter – Roosevelt Help up Auto Labor Report Until Code Was Renewed, by Jack Elder

C.P.’s Attack on Mini Decried in Sacramento

Relief Bill Will Drive Wages of All Labor to $12 Minimum

Socialists Violate Agreement

United Opposition Needed Against Tighe, by Elmer Cope

Merry-Go-Round for Akron Labor

Relief Bill Will Drive Wages of All Labor to $12 Minimum

Scholarship Contest to New York Workers

How the A.F. of L. Actually Betrayed the Automobile Workers, by Special Correspondent

Spiking Lies Printed in the Daily Worker About Printers Election

What to Attend

Bankers Control Relief – California Legion Aids Drive to Reduce Standard

Why Progressives Must Organize by B.F.

Win a Prize

Act in Newark

International Workers School

Crowd Hears Muste Defy Arrest Threat

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The United Front and War, by John West

World in Review

Should Revolutionists Build a Labor Party in America? by Hugo Oehler

The Party Fund

Nite Club Revue to Feature Dances

[Editorials]

Reviewing the News, by Bill Sherman

Greetings from the New Manager, by Hawthorne Winner

Action Training School Opens


Vol. I No. 11, March 2, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Capitol News Letter – New Deal is Bankrupt ... – Wagner’s Labor Bill ... – “Social Security” ...., by Jack Elder

N.U.L. Plans Caravan to Washington – To Get Out Nat'l Paper For Jobless

Mini on Stand Gives Lie to “Stool-pigeon” Charge

WP to Hold Conference

16 Sentenced for “Riot” In Fargo; Labor Aroused, by Robert Whitcomb

Thomas Quits New Leader; SP May Split, by Special Correspondent

Mother of 5 Leads League in Relief Fight

AFL to Aid Akron Bosses Fight “Reds”, by Jack Wilson

The New Press Is Here; We’ll Do Our Part If You Do Yours!

To All Subscribers, by The Business Manager

To All Branches and Prospective Advertisers by Business Manager

Organized Left Wing Task of Real Progressives in Silk Workers Union – Strike Vote Sabotaged By Delay of A.F. of L., by Felix Giordano

They Got Suspicious

What to Attend

Stalinists Attack Worker Opposed to Union Policy

Contest Note

574 Boys Support Albert Lea Picket

International Workers School

NBC Ruse Fails

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The Truth About Sacramento – How C.P. Tactics Hurt Defendants, by James P. Cannon

Five Join Workers Party Protesting C.P. Bureaucracy

S.P. on Sacramento “United Front”

Bound Militants

[Editorial]

The Set-Up (cartoon), by Karl

Left Jabs, by Bill Sherman

Elevator Strike History in Newspaper Headlines

We Need a Larger Paper


Vol. I No. 12, March 9, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

NRA Batters Down Wages – But Profits Soar Gov’t Board Says

Capitol News Letter, by Jack Elder

James Rorty Ouster Goes to Congress

Civil Liberties Union Charges C.P. with Disrupting Sacramento Defense – Statements Say Break Was Deliberate

(Statements refer to Sacramento defense)

Building Union Leads Toledo FERA Strike

Green in Detroit Surveys His Ruin of Auto Union – Try Another Board, He Cries, by Our Detroit Correspondent

Win 62½ Percent Raise in Wage-Relief Wage

Huey Long Works Hospital Aids for ‘Kickback’

Boss Press Subsidized

State League Formed in Kentucky – Johnson Urges Fight for Harlan Miners

Strategic Labor Attack Triumphs – Waukegan Office Workers Stand by Mechanics

Win Strike

Choice of Name Biggest Achievement of S.P. Unemployed Meet – “A Socialist Party Congress” Protests Virginia Delegate, by Special Correspondent

Fur Union Must Move Carefully for Unity; Cannon’s Advice Still Holds, by Trade Union Dept. of W.P.

NRA Speed-Up and Police Brutality Hit in St. Louis, by Special Correspondent

What to Attend

Contest Note

Just Arrived: Bulletin of the Russian Opposition, No. 42

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Why Join the Workers Party – Letter to a Worker Correspondent, by A.J. Muste

International Notes ...

S.P. Militants Forced to Cover Up Right Wing Labor Defense Maneuver

Bankers Hear Plan for Aged

Finds C.I. Like Roman Church, by Bernard Ross

Facts About America

[Editorials]

Relief Investigators Do Detective Work – Letter from “Inside” Tells the Wretched Story

Question Box

Two Important C.P. Members in Week Join Workers Party

Capitalist Press Lies About Mini Scored by Chambers and Warnick, from Jack Warnick, Pat Chambers & Norman Mini

Watch for This Fellow

Insull Farce


Vol. I No. 13, March 16, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Capitol News Letter: A.A.A. Accomplishments – Milk Production – Corn Belt Conditions – Saga of Scarcity, by Jack Elder

Cuban Workers in Island-Wide General Strike – Mendieta Sustained by Wall Street Army Alone

N.U.L. Paper Announces Club For Jailed Heroes of Labor

Darcy Takes the Stand In Sacramento – C.P. Organizer Testifies His Party Stands For – Reform! by Special Correspondent

Ohio League Congress Holds Impeachment Over Governor

A.F. of L. Busy Sabotaging Akron Strike – Leaders Fear They Are Losing Grip on Rubber Union

Workers Party Sends Letter to P.P., by A.J. Muste

Ark. Workers College Is in Danger, by Gerry Allard

Wall Street’s Priest – Father Coughlin Wins Fame and Fortune with Red Scare — Says Henry Ford is a Communist, by Dan Eastman

N.U.L. Paper Announces Club for Jailed Heroes of Labory/p>

Roosevelt OK’s Machine Gun Squads Formed in Sacramento

Settlement in Sight For Dental Mechanics

President Gives A.F. of L. Cold Shoulder on Auto Boards, Codes, Relief, by Arne Swabeck

C.P. Leadership Can’t Be Trusted, by Alfred Terry & Jack Taylor

Progressives Suspended From ILG

Misery Stalks Fascist Austria

Teachers Must Not Rest With Vanderwoude Decision, by A Teacher

Note on Boston Branch

What to Attend

Contest Note

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Why Join the Workers Party – Letters to a Worker Correspondent, by A.J. Muste

The Pacific Movement – Japanese Imperialism Stirs Up Race Hatred in America, by Simon Williamson

Super Red-Baiting Bill to Keep Truth From Soldiers

Liberals (poem), by Louis Breier

[Editorials]

Will They Make Them (cartoon), by Jim Karl

Left Jabs, by Bill Sherman

The Paris Commune, by Joseph Carter

Question Box

Banks Increase Control of Gov’t Thru Bond Purchases

Unemployed in Ind. Organize Out of the SP

Pity the Poor Owners


Vol. I No. 14, March 23, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Capitol News Letter: A Bigger and Better Board – The Works-Relief Bill, by Jack Elder

Nations Totter on the Brink of Another Imperialist War

Cannon, Rorty and Chas. Malamuth Will Tell of Cal. Terror

WP Progress on All Fronts, National and International Marked at Ptsbg. Conference

Sacramento C.S. Trial Near End – Judge Rules Case to Continue Despite Ford’s Illness

NUL Blasts Roosevelt’s Relief Plan

Democracy Violent in S.P.

Auto-Rubber Alliance in Akron, by Jack Wilson

A British Patriot

20th Century Civilization

Life, Liberty, the Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Allentown Pushes New Militant Circulation Drive

New Classes in School

Nation-Wide Strike of 500,00 Bituminous Coal Miners Looms in April, by Gerry Allard

Left Wing Program for Silk; No More Skulking Cliques, by Felix Giordano

Wages Lag Profits Soar Since 1849 – A.F. of L. Figures Condemn Own Policy as False at Best

All Males Under 30 in CCC Plan of N.Y. Relief Bureau

What to Attend

Curtain Drops on Work Relief Farce; Wages Will Drop Soon

New Militant Drive News

Boston Branch Activities

J.P. Swaps Art for Profits in Japan

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Why Join the Workers Party – Letters to a Worker Correspondent, by A.J. Muste

Criminal Syndicalist or Renegade? by Norman Mini

S.Y.L. Looks to the Future of the American Revolution, by Reva Crane

Hooey

Not This Time, from New York Post

[Editorials]

Good Work, Franklin (cartoon), by Jim Karl

Question Box, by A. Weaver

AF of L Leaders Hope for New Gov’t Sell Out Board. Want Labor to Confide in Capitalism

Currency Inflation War of Today Leads Inevitably to Military War of Tomorrow

Monroe Clears Up Press Lie, by Lillian Monroe

Birth Control


Vol. I No. 15, March 30, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Only A Spark is Needed!

Strike Struggles Grip Toledo – 4 Unions on Strike

Akron Workers Set for Siege in Rubber, by Jack Wilson

General Strike Shuts Down LA Hat Industry, by Sam Myers

Thomas Offers Olive Branch to Old Guard

C.P. Members Take Stand in Sacramento

Dan Tobin Rats on Fargo Driver But Ranks Remain Firm

Starvation Faces Million New York Jobless

Need for Unity is Leading Issue at Coming Steel Workers Convention – Trend of Steel Union Depends on Action of Progressives

Solidarity Forever, by Florence Wyle

Allard Calls on the P.M.A. Convention for United Struggle in Coming Coal Strike

Poverty and Discrimination – Behind the Harlem Events

Plentywood Leads Drive

What to Attend

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Why Join the Workers Party – Letters to a Worker Correspondent, by A.J. Muste

Question Box

Dutch Parties Raise Banner of Fourth International, from De Baanbreker

The Right to Vote for Stalin is Granted: Soviet Democracy, by L.T.

[Editorials]

Left Jabs


Vol. I No. 16, April 6, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

An Editorial

Akron Rubber Strike Impends, by Jack Wilson

Modern Strike Strategy (photo)

Court Convicts 8 in Sacramento Amid Red Scare – Jury Acquits Six in Compromise After Sixty Six Hours

Scottsboro Boys Granted New Trial

NY Left Wing Leaves YPSL and Joins WP

St. Louis Gas House Workers Answer Bosses with Strike

N.U.L. Helps Win Strike

Albert Lea Strikers Duped by False Lawyers

Jobless Drivers Organize

Regional SYL Conference

Fargo — A Labor Struggle That Rocked the Northwest

1500 “Bootleg” Coal Miners Organize

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

S.Y.L. Maps National Tour

What to Attend

The Cross of Silver – Between Speeches Coughlin Engages In Practical Business of His Own, by Dan Eastman

Five in California Quit C.P. and Join Workers Party, from T.H. Jameson, B.L. Collins, W.A. Pitts, Mrs. W.A. Pitts and Mrs. Ollie Collins

Tour to the U.S.S.R.

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Join the Workers Party – Letters to a Worker Correspondent, by A.J. Muste

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Civil War in Greece

News from the Soviet Union – The Anti-Trotsky Crusade

[Editorials]

Conferences Prepare May Day in N.Y. and Chicago

Capitol News Letter, by Jack Elder

“The Collective Propagandist”, from National Committee of the W.P., A.J. Muste, Secretary


Vol. I No. 17, April 13, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

War! – The Enemy Is in Our Own Country

Labor Rallies to Aid of Akron Strike, by Jack Wilson

Juror Hits Verdict in California

Roll, Tire, Roll! (cartoon)

Labor Supports St. Louis Gas Workers Strike

Toledo Auto Strike Looms, by Art Preis

Continue Fight for the Scottsboro Boys

Death and Destruction ‘Peace’ Record of 1934

Nation-wide Strike Against War Stirs Students

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

N.U.L. Pickets White House (photo)

Parties Unite Against War

Are You Interested in These Problems?

Boston Conference Prepares Joint May Day Celebration, by L. Schlosberg

Pittsburgh Headquarters

Furrier Says CP’s Dizzy Turn Threatens Existence of Union, by J. Rabinowitz

S.Y.L. North-Eastern Regional Confab to Map Future Course, by Sol Stevens

Spartacus Starts National Tour

An Appeal for Victor Serge

What to Attend

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Troyanovsky Poses as Doctor for Capitalism, by A.J. Muste

Confusion Reigns in Ranks as C.P. Veers Toward Lab[or] Party, by Al Dasch

Question Box by A. Weaver

The “Gods” Clash in Harlem, by Simon Williamson

Left Wing Group Scores Gains In French Socialist Ranks, from New Leader

Allentown Gains in Sub Drive

Chicago Meeting

[Editorials]

15 points of Father Coughlin, by Dan Eastman

Left Jabs

New Headquarters


Vol. I No. 18, April 20, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Labor Marshalls Forces for Banner May Day – Union Turnout to Be Biggest in Years, by A.J. Muste

Raw Deal Put Over in Akron, by Art Preis

The Betrayal in Rubber – And the Road Ahead, by James P. Cannon

Eight Are Sentenced on Coast – Two Refuse Mercy; Scorn Court in Speeches

Resentment Is Bitter over Trickery of “Settlement” – Inside Story of the Battle in Rubber Unions, by Jack Wilson

110,000 Out in Student Strike Against War

NUL is Active Thruout Ohio

Comments – On Life Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Mass Picketing is Effective in FERA Workers Strike in Ohio

Militant Joins Workers Party in Fort Wayne, by Harry W. Conner

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

Radio Workers Are Fighting For One Nation-wide Union

Spartacus Starts National Tour

First Regional Conference of SYL Marks Real Progress, by Bill Streeter

Youngstown Br. Leads Sub Drive

What to Attend

March of Events, by Jack Weber

What Now for the Textile Workers? by Felix Giordano

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Is Torgler Being Victimized by the C.P. Bureaucracy?

Capitol News Letter, by Jack Elder

Letters to the Editor, from L.C.

[Editorials]

Sacramento Frame-up (cartoon), by Carl

Left Jabs, by Bill Sherman

[A United Front Has Been Formed ...]


Vol. I No. 19, April 27, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Into the Streets on May Day!

Tobin Lifts Charter of Drivers Union, 574, by F.X. Ferry

Toledo Strike Solid; Auto Plant Paralyzed

March With the W.P. on May Day in N.Y.

Beat Company Union in Calif. Auto Election

Broad Unity For May Day in Allentown

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

August Upswing is Strategic Time for Silk Union Victory, by Felix Giordano

Mpls Council For One Union in Railroads, by A Railroad Worker

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

Plentywood and Youngstown Tie

Capitol News Letter, by Jack Elder

In Every City and in Every Nation – History of May Day – Strikes, Demonstrations, Revolution

New Deal Paradise Summed Up

Battles in Chicago and Milwaukee – The First May Day – Let us Remember the Martyrs of 1886

Hollywood Fury (film review)

Machine Guns in Ohio Strike

What to Attend

A Sacramento Juror Weeps – C.P.’s “Vigilante” Is Only Human After All, by Herbert Solow

Young Spartacus Out

The Negro Workers’ Role in Past May Day Struggles, by Simon Williamson

Huey Long—Workers Enemy, by Arne Swabeck

For the American Workers—Labor Day or [May] First?

March of Events, by Jack Weber

May Day, American Born in 1886

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Pioneer Book Notes

[Editorial]

Left Jabs, by Bill Sherman


Vol. I No. 20 Friday, May 4, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

Toledo Leads Revolt of Auto Workers: “Settle Strike on the Picket Line, Not in Washington,” Strikers Slogan

May Day March Biggest in Post-War History/p>

Sub-Getters, On the Job!

Illinois Confab Fights Threat To Stop Relief

Claherty Hits at Akron Rebels, by Jack Wilson

65 Killed as Filipinos Rise – Wall Street Oppression Is at Bottom of New Revolt

Public Backs Omaha Strike, by Pat Murphy

Toledo Militants “Disturb6#8221; Washington A.F.L. Lobby

Highlights of May Day on Union Square

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

St. Louis Gas Workers Stand Firm in Strike

Capitol News Letter: The Meaning of the Wagner Bill – A Noose for Labor, by Jack Elder

Miners Honor Slain Fighter in Mass Funeral – Swarm Into Springfield to Protest Mabie Murder

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

Employment Gains Less

Lang – Hearstian Socialist

March of Events, by Jack Weber

In the Service of His Majesty – Norwegian Labor Party Enters Cabinet Under Domination of Ruling Class, by H. St.

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Bolshevik-Leninists in U.S.S.R. Face New Frame-Up, by Leon Trotsky

S.Y.L. Flays Youth Buro Rep. for Stand at Paris Meet

Pouring Salt on the Wounds of China’s Oppressed Masses, by Lo Sen

[Editorial]

[Stink] (cartoon), by J. Carlo

Left Jabs, by Bill Sherman

Phila. W.P. in May Day Unity

5,000 in Cleveland May First Parade

Debate on WP vs. SP Scheduled in N.Y.


Vol. I No. 21 Friday, May 11, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe
BUSINESS MANAGER:
Hawthorne Winner

War – and the Franco-Soviet Pact, by James P. Cannon

Strikers Reject Union Busting ‘Peace’

20 Workers Party Pickets Arrested in N.Y. Demonstration Against General Motors

Muste Rallies N.Y. Support For Auto Strike

Dillon Spikes Flint Strike Vote; Slurs Toledo Workers

Dutch Party Gains 4 Seats in Elections

Allard Leads Illinois Jobless on Capitol

U.S. Washes Hands of Inquiry into Minor Kidnap Outrage

‘Wildcat’ Miners Boo Solons at Hearing

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

In the Union, by Karl Lore

S.Y.L. Regional Confab Held In Youngstown by M. Slavin

“In the Name of God”! by Arne Swabeck

What to Attend

[Brownsville Headquarters Re-opened]

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The “American Approach” – Adapting Marxism to the American Class Struggle, by A.J. Muste

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Letters to the Editor, from H. Robins & A. Gras

[Editorial]

“The Shrine of the Little Flower” (cartoon), by J. Carlo

May First Sees United Front in Many Cities

Rebuild Dental Workers Union

Jobless Slugged at N.Y. Relief Bureau

Uriah Heep? No, Abe Cahan!

Federal Judge Sees Doom of Capitalism


Vol. I No. 22, May 18, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Weekly Organ of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe

War – and the Stalin-Laval Communiqué, by James P. Cannon

Toledo Auto Progressives Organize – Dillon & Co. Wreck Chance to Win Strike, by Art Preis

Unemployed Leader – Gerry Allard (photo)

Jobless Renew Relief March For Showdown, by Gerry Allard

St Louis Gas Strike is Solid Despite Terror

W.P. Supports Election Battle Against Mpls. Reactionaries

Expel Allentown Professor for Activity in Labor Movement

Next Week!

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Central Labor Union Backs Local 574 – Unanimous Appeal For Reinstatement

Boston Dressmaker Calls for Effective Preparations to Improve Conditions, by J. Raymond

Reject Pact in Rubber Strike, by R. Ferguson

What to Attend

Letters to the Editor, from Cara Cook

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The American Approach – The Use of Polemics in the Labor Movement, by A.J. Muste

Question Box, by A. Weaver

The Forgotten Men in America’s No-Man’s Land – Ward H. Rogers Tells Stirring Story Of Share-Croppers Battle, by Harry Strang

[Editorial]

Stalinist Treason in France – Some Startling Quotations from L’Humanité of Paris

Big Crowd at Cannon Meet

The Pulitzer Prize for Poison Pens

Classical Language


Vol. I No. 23, May 25, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe

$4.75 A Week – The Roosevelt Standard – Coolie Wages

Illinois Workers Plan New Hunger March – Hit Sales Tax

Youth Confab Swayed by SYL In Minneapolis – Left Wing Delegates Carry the Field, by Reginald L. Burke

Expelled Professor – Winslow N. Hallett (photo)

Central Union Slams Dillon For Settlement – Worse than Hitler Toledo Body Finds

A.J. Muste to Broadcast On Radio May 30, 10PM

ILGW Pledges to Support Relief Battle

Bakers Strike To Gain Union Demands in NY

New Castle Jobless Storm Relief Office, by Fred Rayburn

Wage Levels Hit New Low as FDR ‘Redistributes’ Wealth

Key Lumber Plants Walk Out – Industry Tied Up on West Coast

Readers, Attention! Change of Address

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Inside Story of Toledo Strike – Told by a Leading Participant in the Battle with General Motors, by Art Preis

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

The Manager’s Corner

Letters to the Editor

What to Attend

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The “American Approach”: Twin Evils of Labor – Nationalism & Reformism, by A.J. Muste

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Fourth International Party Formed in Fusion in Holland, from The Bulletin of the International Communist League (Bolshevik-Leninists)

Left Socialist Conference – A Letter and a Declaration

[Editorials]

S.Y.L. Fights for a United Protest on Memorial Day

Gould Speaks in Kansas City, by Jeff Rall

French Situation is Feature of May New International


Vol. I No. 24, June 1, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe

An Editorial

Wage Slashing Drive Begins – N.R.A. Flops, by F. Ferry

Victory Greets Efforts of Ill. Jobless Masses – C.P. Rivals Mr. Hearst in Slurs at I.W.A., by Gerry Allard

N.U.L. Protest Paupers Wages on Work Relief – Demands Adoption of Workers Security Bill

Muste Speaks for Workers’ Revolution on Nat’l Hook-Up

Drive on Pro-Labor Professors Assumes Wide Proportions

[Exports of Scrap Steel]

Statement on the Franco-Soviet Alliance, by the National Committee of the Workers Party of the U.S.

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Inside the Story of Toledo Strike – Told by a Leading Participant in the Battle with General Motors, by Art Preis

Censure Silk Workers Board; Fails to Carry Out Decisions, by Felix Giordano

The Manager’s Corner

Speed Is Most Important Now!

As the French Working Class Approached the Final Crisis

The “American Approach”: How the Job Can and Must Be Done by A.J. Muste

L. Budenz Resigns From Workers Party

What to Attend

[Editorials]


Vol. I No. 25, June 8, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

Editoral Board:
EDITOR:
James P. Cannon
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Harry A. Howe

N.P.L.D. to Appeal Criminal Syndicalist Case in Sacramento

Drive Begins for Eight-Page New Militant by August First

Toledo Edison Strike Is Called Off After Paralyzing Industry, by Art Preis

Radio Symposium Brings Thousands of Letters

Article on Franco-Soviet Alliance on Page Three

Slug Pickets in Brutal Sally on Packing Strike – Mayor Praises Police After Attack in Columbus

A.F. of L. Leaders Split Ranks of Canton Strike, by Jack Wilson

Ohio Jobless to Meet on June 7 – Protest Splitting Move by W.A.A. Chairman in State

N.C. of W.P. to Hold Plenum

Terror is Used Against Bakers – Solidarity Will Win Strike, Union Leader Says

Mass Picket Line For Hallet Defense

New Castle WP Gains In Intensive Drive

Lumber Strikers Win Initial Victory

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Inside Story of Toledo Strike – Told by a Leading Participant in the Battle With General Motors, by Art Preis

Progressives Map Plans for Strike in Silk

Stalinist Disrupters Routed In Ill. Meeting on Hunger March

Correction

US Steel Guards Data on Executives’ Salaries

Stalin Has Signed the Death Certificate of the Third International, from the International Secretariat of the International Communist League

[Editorial]

Letters to the Editor

Progressives Meet in N.Y. Needle Trades, by B.F.

“The Future Belongs to the Youth”

S.Y.L. Takes Leap Forward Mid-West Conference Shows

A Holy Father (poem)

Illinois Wages Sag in April


Vol. I No. 26, June 15, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Left Groupings Confer in N.Y. Needle Trades

Progressives Unite to Fight Expulsion in Teachers Union

NPLD Pushes Campaign for Mini Freedom

Unemployed Leagues Hold Mass Conventions

Shoulder to the Wheel – Everybody Behind the Eight Page New Militant

Southern Tenant Farmers Union Expands

131 Delegates Participate in W.Va. Jobless Convention

Furriers Unite In One Union – “Red” Union Dissolved, Joins A.F. of L. International

Police Destroy American Flag – Assault Mass Picket Line for Hallett Reinstatement

News Men’s Guild To Join A.F. of L., by Jack Wilson

Baker Strike Ends After Fierce Battle

Green Acts to Stall New Rubber Union

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Dunne Blasts C.P. in Debate – After Complete Rout Stalinists Apologize For Disruption

Letters to the Editor

Rubber Barons Begin Offensive – New Line Is Pretext For Firing Active Progressives, by George Papcun

The Manager’s Corner

Italians Mutiny as Mobilization Gives Nation Jump

What to Attend

Copper Miners Strike at Phelps-Dodge

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Behind the Rearmament of Germany – Consequences of Hitler𔆍s Program for the International Working Class, by ICL Press Service

Question Box, by A. Weaver

British I.L.P. Marks Time Report of Conference Shows, from Vanguard

How the Stalinists Ruin the Morale of the Red Army, by Alpha

Corroboration of Betrayal, from Prager Tageblatt

Industrial Unionism and the A.F. of L., by Karl Lore

[Editorial]

Mexican Railway, Mine Workers Forming Pact


[Transcribers note: Editors of New Militant misunumbered this issues as "June 23" but it is in fact "June 30"]
Vol. I No. 27, June 29, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

S.P. Congress Meets Amis French Crisis, by Special Correspondent

500 in New York Pledge Support to C.S. Victims – Bitter Attacks of I.L.D. Fail to Shake Mini

Sergei Trotsky Jailed By Stalin Bureaucrats – An Act of Vengeance, by Nathalie I. Trotsky

Eight-Page New Militant First Step to Daily Paper, by A.J. Muste

Students at Edinburgh Offer Trotsky Rectorship, letter to the Students of Edinburgh University from Leon Trotsky

National Guard Shoot Lumber Men in Tacoma

Deploy Militia in Omaha Strike, by Pat Murphy

Perkins Hunts Reds in Akron, by Jack Wilson

Troops Smash Illinois Strike, by Leighton Rigby

Woll Opens Drive on AFL Progressives

Two Killed in South Carolina Mill Strike

Why We Skipped the Last Issue

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Letters to the Editor

The Manager’s Corner

Force Yipsels Resign Posts

K.C. Battery Workers Strike

What to Attend

1,087 Vote for Bolshevik-Leninists in Paris S.P. District

Question Box by A. Weaver

[Union of Automobile Workers]

Mexican Labor Movement Unites Against Reaction

Report Activities of Boston W.P. Br.

I.S.U. Strikes Cities Service


Vol. I No. 28, July 6, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Britain Joins Hitler Against Soviet Union

The New ‘Magna Charta’ for Labor

100 Companies Grab ¼ of Nation’s Wealth

Protest Stalin Jailings in N.Y.

Invent Electric Jolt for Strikes

Akron C.L.U. Head Backs Green Red Drive in the Unions, by Jack Wilson

Italy Prepares Ethiopia Rape, Mussolini Says, by Martin A. Glee

Ford’s Pay Boosts Really Wage Slash Plant Survey Shows

Beet Workers Organize

New York Pledges $1000 in Drive for 8-Page New Militant

Roosevelt Throws Youth a Bone But Slams Labor at Same Time

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

A Survey of the Automobile Industry: Detroit and Toledo – Striking Contrast in Organization Methods

Plenum of N.C. of W.P. Spikes False Rumors

Tobin’s Union-Busting Drive Against 574 – and Their Reply

A Letter the Daily Worker Dared Not Print, from Jack Taylor

What to Attend

March of Events, by Jack Weber

From The Very Beginning – Heritage of Class Struggle in U.S. History, by Al Dasch

Bolshevik Speaks for Fourth International at SFIO Congress

Administration Split Policy in Teacher’s Union Threatens Progressives in A.F. of L.

Manager’s Corner

Zack Expelled from Workers Party

[Editorials]

A Reply to Liberal Critics of Bolshevism, by A.J. Muste

Spring Makers Strike in N.Y.


[Transcribers note: Editors of New Militant started misunumbering by skipping an issue]
Vol. I No. 29, July 13, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Mooney Wins New Hearing

Old Guard Pounds Militants as Socialist Party N.C. Meets

U.S. Aids Terror of Mendieta, by R.S. De la Torre

Powers Yield to Italy’s Aggression in Ethiopia, by Martin A. Glee

Wagner Bill Ignored in Akron

Heavy Prison Terms Given to Group of Polish “Trotskyites”

Workers’ Security Bill Drafted by Nat’l Unemployed League

3 Leading Members of North Dakota C.P. Resign; Join W.P., from Charles E. Taylor, Ashbel Ingerson & Mary Ingerson

Thrift Pays – Little Diana Didn’t Save a Dime But Inherits $30,000 a Year

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Stalinists Go to Bat for Priest – Chicago C.P. Makes Touching Plea for Coughlin, by F.X. Ferry

The Color Line in the A.F. of L. – The Negro & American Labor

Coast Dockers Defy Ryan at I.L.A. Meeting

Russian Stalinist Emissaries Sent to France to Win Socialist Youth for Patriotism and Against Marxism

Question Box, by A. Weaver

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Application Rejected

What to Attend

[Editorials]

A Reply to Liberal Critics of Bolshevism, by A.J. Muste

July Issue of New International Out


Vol. I No. 30, July 20, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

NUL Calls National Caravan

Plans for Eight Page Completed; Now Funds!

Africans Called to the Colors: “Better Die Free Than Live as Slaves,” Selassie Says

Third Party Meet Sows Confusion; F.D.R. Safe, by A.J. Muste

New Party Gains in Holland – Fourth Int’l Vote Increases in Many Municipalities

‘Toledo Plan’ Hits Militant Union Polic, by Cyrus Rigby

Revolt Against Muir Lumber Strike Sell-Out, by Earl Lane

Old Guard Swamps Militants at SP Meet

Dismiss Indictment Against Robins-Gras

It Pays to Be a Plutocrat

Leading Oregon Lovestonite Quits; Joins Workers Party, from Earl Lane

Survey of Ohio Strikes Shows Value of Revolutionary Party by Jack Wilson

No Share-the-Wealth Here

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Form United Front to Protest Deportation of Anti-Fascists

In the Unions, by Karl Lore

Manager’s Column

Strike Pits Brother Against Brother, by Gerry Allard

Reveal Background of Fight by Militants in Teachers’ Union for Real Democracy

C.P. Warned to Stop Hooligan Tactics in N.Y. – Stalinists and Cops Break Up W.P. Meeting, by Morris Lewitt

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Ryan Cops ILA Gab Fest; Raises Salary

What to Attend

Pacifism Keynote of A.Y.C.

Workmen’s Sick and Death Benefit Fund Holds Convention, by Paul Sturm

Picket Work Relief Office

Case of Framed Negroes to Go to U.S. Supreme Court


Vol. I No. 31, July 27, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Relief in Dakota Ceases – Work at Slave Wages Or Starve, Governor Orders

“Militants” Capture YPSL Convention, by Joseph Carter

Terra Haute Strikers Victimized After General Strike Betrayal; City Tense as Militia Holds Sway

Camden Strike Holds Up Big Navy Program

Ohio Jobless Prepare Huge State Confab – 20,000 Are Expected to Heed League Call For Demonstration

Seventh Congress of CI Opens in Moscow

Social Patriotism in Full Flower in France

W.P. to Hold Anti-War Meeting in Allentown

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

3 Members of P.P. Sect Resign After Bitter Struggle; Join W.P.

Ride Scabs Out in Iowa Strike – Workers on March in Many Cities of State, by Pat Murphy

An Outline of Class Persecution – Criminal Syndicalism Laws

Spring Strike Enters Fifth Week

Moonlight on the Hudson

Indiana Council Members Denounce Stalinist Splitting

What to Attend

Question Box, by A. Weaver

French Revolutionists in Move Against New 1914

The Manager’s Corner

August New International Almost Ready

[Editorials]

Soc. Call Whines at N.C. Decision

Greetings to The Vanguard


Vol. I No. 32, August 3, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Over the Top for the Eight-Page New Militant

For the 4th International – Five Organizations Issue Call for New World Party; Answer New Betrayal of 7th Comintern Congress

Manifesto of the W.P.U.S. on Anti-War Day

Green Dodges Convention of Auto Workers, by Burke Cochran

10,000 Rally for Tom Mooney in Frisco on 19th Year of Arrest

Move for Omaha General Strike In Support of Tram Workers

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

The Role and Position of the Various Groups in the Struggle Ocurring in the Teachers Union

Lumber Strike Ends; Obtained Few Demands, by Earl Lane

The Manager’s Corner

Party Grows in Cleveland

Moonlight on the Hudson

What to Attend

The Signers of the Open Letter

Fight Hitlerism!

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Young Spartacus Out

Move to Oust Lackey in British Unions

[Editorial]

For the Boycott of Fascist Italy! – Against Italian Aggression in Ethiopia!

United Front on Sacramento


Vol. I No. 33, August 10, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Over the Top for the Eight-Page New Militant

President Roosevelt — Strikebreaker No. 1 – Orders Striking W.P.A. Workers Off Relief, by A.S.

Fierce Class War Tears Loose in France

Full Report of C.I. Congress Next Week

Iron Workers of Minneapolis Reform Ranks, by Northwest Correspondent

Doomed to Life of Poverty Ozark Tiff Diggers Rebel, by Special Correspondent

150 Delegates Attend I.W.A. Convention, by Cyrus Rigby

Forces Clash Before Rubber Union Confab, by Jack Wilson

Protest Persecution of Chinese Bolshevik-Leninists – W.P. Call, from Communist League of China (Bolshevik-Leninists)

West Coast Marine Workers Fight for Class Struggle Union, by Earl Lane

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

“Impartial” St. Louis Cops Bust a Record – and Heads; Strikebreaking is a Pastime

Minority Group in Teachers Union to Wage United Fight To Save Union at Convention

The Manager’s Corner

Correction

Skeletons Out of the Daily Worker Closet – A Few Telling Quotations, by Henry Thurman

What Next in the Socialist Party? by A.J. Muste

Question Box, by A. Weaver

What to Attend

Moonlight on the Hudson

[Editorial]

Mass Arrests in Spring Strike


Vol. I No. 34, August 17, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Remember Sacco & Vanzetti!

A.F. of L. Skates Face Crucial Issues in N.J.

Fur Workers Elect New Leadership

AFL Crew Turns N.Y. WPA Strike into Fiasco

Follow Their Example!

Progressives Fight for Sway In Rubber Union, by Jack Wilson

Imperialist Ring Tightens Around Ethiopian Nation, by Martin A. Glee

Prepare Now for Silk Strike, by Felix Giordano

Expulsions Hit French Socialist Youth

United Front Anti-War Meet in Boston

Free the Sacramento Prisoners!

The Manager’s Corner

August New International Is Out

Calls for Uniting Opposition Groups in Teachers Union

What to Attend

‘Few Million or a Few Marks’ ... No Difference: Nazi Fictions and ... Cold Facts

Question Box, by A. Weaver

The French Trotskyists on the Conclave Against Class Peace, from La Verité

Peace, Anti-Fascism, Stalinism, by A.J. Muste

The Seventh Congress of the Comintern (cartoon), by J. Carlo

The Stalinist Congress of Social Patriotic Betrayal


Vol. I No. 35, August 24, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Europe Rocks on Brink of New World War – “Thieves Kitchen” Folds Up; Britain Capitulates, by Martin A. Glee

Dillon to Pack Convention of Auto Workers, by Burke Cochran

Congress Passes Harmless Social Security Program, by A.J. Muste

Dunne Slugged In Clash in Mpls. Hosiery Strike, by Northwest Correspondent

Red Scare in Akron Heralds Convention, by Richard Ferguson

Negro Clerks Upset History

Don’t Get Old in Missouri!

Mooney Must Be Freed! from Tom Mooney

Retain Henderson in Sacramento Appeal

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Spartacan Trounces Stalinist In First Debate in Middle West

Walter Sukut Dead

The Manager’s Corner

Workers Party Booms in the Northwest

White Collar WPA Workers Protest

Toledo Workers School Begins Sessions Sept. 4

OUL March in Bryan Ohio Wins Relief

Candy Makers Strike Hard, by Jack Walton

What to Attend

West Coast Notes, by Earl Lane

Pioneer Publishers Move to New Quarters – Announce Publishing Program

[Editorial]

The Comintern Goes Back to Kautsky, by John West

New Signers for the Open Letter

They Have One Teacher, by Henry Thurman


Vol. I No. 36, August 31, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Labor Skates, Mayor, Bosses Form Alliance To Smash Local 574

U.S. Rubber Barons Seek Profits in African War

Imperialist Carnage Awaits Mussolini’s Raid on Ethiopia

Tyrant-in-Chief Bill Green Dictates Auto Union Heads

Pass Guffey Bill; Blow to Mine Workers

Teachers Win Victory Over Green Machine

Sellout Fixed For N.Y. WPA Relief Strike, by Jack Taylor

Packed Convention Sure in Rubber Union, by Jack Wilson

Armed Vigilantes Terrorize Calif. Agricultural Workers, by C. Curtiss

Shipping Clerks Out Solid in NY Strike; Drivers Move Scab Goods

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

A Forerunner of the Revolution, by A.J. Muste

Crumbs for America’s Starving Children – Millions for “Defense“, by G.R.

The Manager’s Corner

Must One Live? by Erich Wollenberg, from De International

Skeletons Out of the Comintern Closet: ‘Pacifist’ and ‘Warlike’ Nations, by Henry Thurman

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Chicago Candy Strike Spiked, by Jack Walton

Spartacan Comrades Ask for Assistance for Activity

Socialist Youth of Paris Raise Banner of Revolution; Urge General Strike Against Laval’s Decree Laws

NUL Demonstrates at Newark City Hall

Defense Conference to Aid Jailed Clerks

[Series of Four Sunday Night Lectures]


Vol. I No. 37, September 7, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Mussolini Spars for Time in League Palavers

Green Backs Lefkowitz & Co. in Splitting Teachers Local

Publish Pamphlet on Sacramento Case

Spartacus Continues Struggle Begun 15 Years Ago on I.Y.D., by Sam Gordon

Spartacus Plans Int’l Youth Day

Local Press Rages at Mini Defense Comm.

Militancy High In NY Shipping Clerks Strike

Rubber Workers Indignant Over Detroit Auto Deal

Green Extols Capitalism on Labor Day, by Jack Wilson

Cannon Lecture Series

The Sacramento Case, A Statement by the National Committee of the Workers Party

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Fink AFL Leadership Sabotages Then Betrays KC Battery Strike, by Stan Dolsen

The Manager’s Corner

dere emily, from Mike

Faker Undermines K.C. Auto Union, by Stan Dolsen

A Letter from M. Pivert – To the Comrades Expelled by the National Congress of the Socialist Youth of France at Lille; July 30, 1935, from Marceau Pivert

“Labels” and “Numbers” – On the Subject of the Letter from Marceau Pivert to the Expelled Comrades of Socialist Youth of France, by Leon Trotsky

Trend in Wage Levels, by Albert Glotzer

The Moral Guardian of Capitalist Exploitation: The Church, Fascism and War, by Richard Zotzman

[Editorial]

The Crime of the Auto International, by Burke Cochran

Discontent Grips St. Louis: First Successful WPA Strike Prelude to Other Actions, by St. Louis Correspondent

The Best Answer to Slander!


Vol. I No. 38, September 14, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Minneap’s Labor Hits F-L Mayor – Two Workers Dead, Many Wounded, By Farm-Labor Cops

Conflict Continues in Teachers Union

Form Unholy Alliance at Geneva For New Imperialist World War – Stalinists Hail Laval Argumen

FDR Tells Bosses to Drop Fear: “Breathing Spell” Note to Howard Shows Masses Bear Load

“Militant” Confab Proves a Failure

Dziengeliewsky Is Framed in Scranton, by Kim Dolson

Green in Maneuver At Meet – Expect A.F.L. Head to Repeat Auto Union Scandal, by Jack Wilson

Burning Problems Face 55th A.F.L. Convention, by Arne Swabeck

Confidential Report by Oneal to 2nd International Reveals Situation in the Socialist Party of the U.S., by James Oneal

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Stalinists Launch New Phony Labor Party in San Francisco, by Charles Curtiss

Philly Fruit Clerks Ask Aid for Members Facing Jail Terms

Shipping Clerk Strike in New York Ended – ILGW Heads Paralyze Militant Battle of Striking Workers

The Manager’s Corner

Canon to Lecture on 4th Int’l in Series Starting This Week

March of Events

New War Alliances

Small Question Box

France Faces the Crisis, by H. Frank Roberts


Vol. I No. 39, September 21, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

The ‘Thieves Kitchen’ and Workers’ Policy in War

Minneapolis Workers Battle – Mass Uprising against Traitor ‘Labor’ Mayor

Rubber Workers Ride Over Green Machine, by Jack Wilson

Tarov Makes Escape From Soviet Prison

Cannon to Speak Sunday Night on Lenin to Stalin

Latimer Convicted as Murderer at Mpls Mass Trial

“Flying Squadrons” Tie Up WPA Projects in Allentown Strike

Plan Expulsion of the French Bolshevik-Leninists as War Nears, by H.F. Roberts

Capitulation Planned by Stalinists to Right Wing of Teachers

dere emily, from mike

The Party at Work

Detroit Notes, by Burke Cochran

Manager’s Corner

Left Jabs

Budenz and the Stalinists

Vigilantism Shows Growing Peril to West Coast Labor

Toledo Militants Lead Winning Strike of 400 at Defiance, Ohio

Challenge Lovestone Group to Debate, by Joseph Carter

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Anti-Union Conspiracy Revealed in Chamber of Commerce Letter

Progressive Issues Confront the A.F.L., by Arne Swabeck

Rubber Workers Ride over Green’s Plans

Sales Tax Big Issue at S.P. Convention, by New Haven Correspondent

Mooney in Court In Legal Struggle To Gain Freedom

Rubber Workers Took Big Step Forward at Akron Convention, by Jack Wilson

Spartacan Slugged in Picket Of Hearst News Reel


Vol. I No. 40, September 28, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Zero Hour Sounds for New World War – League Votes Application of Sanctions

French Fascists in Rally Say “Our Time Will Come”, by H.F. Roberts

Reaction Rules Ill. Federation Of Labor Meet, by Gerry Allard

Militants Held In Chinese Jails Appeal for Aid, by Lo Sen

Chaining the Workers to Imperialist War Machine, by J.P. Martin

Packed Hall Hears Cannon Lecture in First of Series of 4

The Internationalists Need Our Help, by Leon Trotsky

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

The A.F. of L. and the Teachers Union, by A.J. Muste

Manager’s Corner

The U.S, in the Philippines, by Lo Sen

New Bolivian Party Formed

The Party at Work

March of Events, by Jack Weber

The Mass Trial of a “Labor Mayor”

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Japan’s Advance in China, by Lo Sen

Side Lights on the “New Turn” of the Stalinists, by Henry Thurman

[Editorials]

Progressives Win Rubber Workers Election in Akron

Mixing Quotations, by Hank Rice

Latimer Greets Jobless

Dillon at Akron

N.Y. District School to Open Oct. 21

Push Fight for Sacramento Appeal


Vol. I No. 41, October 5, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

War Flames Sweep Ethiopia

Imperialist Robbers Bomb Helpless Natives As Second And Third Internationals Betray Into New Slaughter
Remember 1914! Down With Imperialist War!

Bureaucrats Form Toledo Labor Party – Radicals Barred From All Influence in County Congress

Iron Workers Victorious in Minneapolis

“Militant Socialist” Program Hedges on the Question of War, by the Editorial Board

N.P.L.D. Aids Cuban Worker In Struggle against Terror Rule, from the National Committee, General Secretariat, N.P.L.D.

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Left Jabs

Shachtman on National Tour

Party at Work

A.F.L. Convention Report in Next New Militant

A Case for a Labor Jury, by Leon Trotsky

Question Box, by A. Weaver

March of Events, by Jack Weber

N.Y. District School to Open Oct. 21

[Editorials]

Struggle Rages on West Coast

Labor Defense Front

Minneapolis N.P.L.D.


Vol. I No. 42, October 12, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Geneva Gambles with War

Vote on Sanctions Lines Up League Nations to Defend British Colonial Thievery

Green-Legion Join at AFL Conclave Against Militants

Rubber Co’s Prepare for Price War

Shachtman on National Tour

15 Unions for Recharter of Drivers’ 574

Isaacs Speaks for N.P.L.D.

On S.P. ‘Militants’ Trade Union Stand, by Editorial Board

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Auto Notes

Coal Strike Exposes Keck Leadership in P.M.A., by Germinal

Allentown WPA Workers Win State-wide Victory

March of Events, by Jack Wilson

How History Is Written – Dished Up to Order by Stalin’s Savants on Frederick Engels’ Anniversary, by Alfa

Question Box, by A. Weaver

A Skeleton from Olgin’s Social Patriotic Past, by Henry Thurman

Party at Work

Labor Defense Front

Mooney Trial Brings Out New Proofs of Innocence

Wage Cuts Heaped on Phila. Dress and Blouse Workers

To Lecture on AFL Conclave

International Workers School


Vol. I No. 43, October 19, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Story of First Leninist Ever to Escape from Stalin’s Siberia!

War Center Shifts To Europe – Britain-Italy Threaten War For Control of The Mediterranean

Green-Woll Forces Suffer Heavy Setback At AFL Conventio, by A.J. Muste

Plan Fight For Herndon – Georgia Negro Is Given “Death” Sentence on Chain Gang

Japs Plotting China Grab, by Lo Sen

Tarov Relates Torture of Real Bolsheviks in Stalin’s Prisons, by A. Tarov

Next Week

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Buffalo WPA Workers Out On Restrike, by Cyrus Rigby

Int’l Youth Bureau Collapses – German S.A.P. Centrists Expel I.C.L. Youth Representative, by W. Held

Left Jabs

Changes in Shachtman Tour Itinerary

Party at Work

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Shactman Phil. Meeting

Plenum Meets; Plans a Campaign Against War

International Workers School

Trade Unions Merge in France – C.P. Gives Up Political Activity at Reformists Bidding, by H.F. Roberts

8 Pages on Nov. 7


Vol. I No. 44, October 26, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Order Your Bundles of Special Eight-Page Nov. 7 Issue Now!

Oust 13 French Bolsheviks From S.P. for Stand on War – Central Comm. Splits on Issue Of Expulsions, by H.F. Roberts

Shachtman Tour Off to Flying Start

Build the Left Wing, Is Real Lesson of AFL Convention, by A.J. Muste

3,500 Out for N.Y. Herndon Farewell Meet

Special Features for Nov. 7 Issue

Akron Bosses Union Revolt, by Jack Wilson

Try to Deport Jack Warnick

‘Hot Cargo’ Fight Rages Up and Down West Coast, by Earl Lane

‘People’s Peace Parades’ Today, Preparedness Parades Tomorrow

The Manager’s Corner

Striker Tells of WPA Victory in Allentown, by Lester Heckman

Concerning Rumors of Trotsky’s Illness, from La Verité)

M’pls. CP’ers Picket Drivers Local 574!

Party at Work

Chicken and Candy Workers Organize and Strike

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Socialist Party and the Coming War, by the Editorial Board

Expulsion of Ludwig Lore

School Notes

The Theoretical Origin of Social Patriotism – The Source, by Leon Trotsky

The Machine Is a Communist, by Hildegarde M. Smith

DuPont Profits Soar Again Under ‘Oppressive’ N. Deal


Vol. I No. 45, November 2, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Hail the Russian Revolution! by James P. Cannon

Green Trains Guns on Militant Minneapolis Labor; Appeal to Open Shoppery Against Local 574

Peace Parade Bluff in Facts and Figures

Extend the October Revolution! (cartoon), [by Carlo]

Both Sides Are Right! – Toledo and Mpls. Press Argue on which City Has Most “Labor Trouble”, by Art Preis

Inspired! – Il Duce Colors Hearst Stories on Ethiopia

France Faces Civil War as C.P. Prepares Government for Imperialist Defense, by H.F. Roberts

Britain Acts for “Small Nations”!

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

Labor Defense Front

Opportunities Big for New Rubber Union, by Jack Wilson

Left Jabs, by Bill

Statement of the Nat’l Committee of the Workers Party

Party at Work

The Danger of War and the Defense of the Soviet Union
New Version of Social Patriotism as Deadly as Old
Fourth Int’l Only Guardian of Workers Fatherland, by Maurice Spector

Who Finances Italy’s War? – How Big Business Provides Loans to Mussolini, from British New Leader

Comrade Candide and Comrade Browder ... A Tragi-Comedy
Being the Story of an Honest Worker Who Fell into a Coma in the “Third Period”, by John Marshall

The Art of Insurrection, from Volume III of the History of the Russian Revolution by Leon Trotsky

November 7th, 1917 – Victor Serge's Account of the Seizure of Power, by Victor Serge

The Significance of the October Revolution for the Orient, by Lo Sen

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Increasing Oppression the Path of Bureaucracy, by Leon Trotsky

Question Box, by A. Weaver

French Stalinists Give the Fascists A Lesson on the True Patriotic Spirit

Why the National Government of Great Britain Is Prepared to Embark on a War with Italy, from the British New Leader

The Significance of the Russian Revolution For the American Working Class, by A.J. Muste


Vol. I No. 46, November 9, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

We Did It Once ... We’ll Do It Again ... Now for 1000 Subs

Hundreds Turn Out for Shachtman Meetings

French C.P. Gets First Payment, by H.F. Roberts

Minneapolis Progressives Rally for Defense of Drivers Local 574

Meeting on Mpls. Sunday Nov. 10

C.P. Votes For McLevy, by Connecticut Correspondent

Japan Rules North China – Chiang Crawls to Int’l Capitals for New Masters, by Lo Sen

700 at New York Meeting Back French Bolsheviks

Report Reveals Terror Rule of Wall Street Regime in Cuba

W.P. Main Butt of Attack at I.L.G. Progressives Meet

On the Firing Line

New Pamphlets

The Manager’s Corner

What Are Sanctions? – “Collective Effort for Peace” or Imperialist Battle for Empire? by Arne Swabeck

“Militant” Socialists and the Bauer-Dan-Zyromsky Thesis, by the Editorial Board

Announcement

Comintern Prepares Dissolution of Y.C.L.; To Change It into Innocuous Organization, by Joseph Carter

A Stalinist Adventure in Gutter Journalism – In the Footsteps of Hearst

R U Satisfied


Vol. I No. 47, November 16, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Mpls. Labor Slams Union-Busting Campaign

S. African Comrades Fight War

French C.P. Pleads with Laval to Jail Fascists, by H.F. Roberts

Confirmed! – Times Reporter Says Newsmen Get No News at All

V. Dunne Lashes Fakerdom Before Mpls. Mass Meeting

To the Soldiers and Youth of Italy! Manifesto of the Italian Bolshevik-Leninists

Comments – On Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness, by Bill Reich

On the Firing Line

Shachtman Gets Rousing Reception in Minneapolis, Plentywood Meeting

Party at Work

“What If a Foreign Army Invaded Our Country?” Stalinist Jingoes Ask, by Sam Pollock & Art Preis

The Manager’s Corner

Nazi Strikebreakers Used in Bakery Strike

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Our Revolutionary Heritage: Class War of the ’70s, by Leighton Rigby

Question Box, by A. Weaver

[Editorials]

The Auto Union Amalgamation, by Burke Cochrane

“Labor Party” Poor 3rd in S.F.

Rubber Union in 2 Hr. Strike, by Jack Wilson

New Pamphlets

I.C.L. on Youth Bureau


Vol. I No. 48, November 23, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

A Message to New Militant Readers

Lewis “Purge” Stopped Cold

Fascists Grow Bolder in France after Recent Clash, by H.F.R.

Egypt Rises in Revolt

Scottsboro Boys in Danger as Southern Bourbons Hint Deal

Jim-Crow Justice Keeps Angelo Herndon in Jail; Protest Now!

Roosevelt’s “Pacifism”

Cuban Bolshevik-Leninists Sign Open Letter

Our Revolutionary Heritage: Shay’s Rebellion, by Leighton Rigby

Support Italian Comrades in Their Struggle Against Fascism and War

‘Social Credit’ Goes Begging

The Manager’s Corner

Shachtman Holds First Meeting in Fresno, Cal.

Textile Barons Ready for War

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Lovestone Gets His Price

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Old Guard Reorganizes N.Y. Socialist Party

Y.C.L. Meet Converted Into Forum against Social Patriots, by Joseph Carter

Just Off the Press! (New Pamphlet "War and the Workers" by John West, published by the Workers Party of U.S.)

Chiang Hands Over North China to Japanese for the Asking, by Lo Sen

People’s Press Sinks Ever Lower in Its Methods

British Tories Sweep Election as Best “Sanctions” Party to Protect Empire, by Maurice Spector

Alabama Miners Win Partial Victory


Vol. I No. 49, November 30, 1935, New York, NY
New Militant
Workers of the World, Unite!

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

One Year of the Workers Party, by A.J. Muste

Big Auto Strike Brewing – Chevrolet Plant May Lead Off

M. Lewis Reported Retired – Minneapolis C.L.U. Refuses Splitters Aid; Negotiates with 574, by Carl O’Shea

Spouting the Gospel in Ethiopia (photo)

People's Front Cracks in Crisis – Fred Zeller Declares for 4th Int’l

In the Next Issue

Army Stocks Up In Case...

Vote to Strike Ill. WPA

Barberton Labor Rises, by Jack Wilson

230 Hear Shachtman in L.A.

High-Lights, by Henry Thurman

A ‘Square Deal’ Corporation: An Altruistic Boss! – Workers Get It in the Neck, by Cyrus Rigby

How They Ache for War!

The ‘Resettlement’ Fraud: A Texas Thanksgiving – Relief is Discontinued, by James Evans

Texas Old Age Pensions Cheaper Than Poorhouse, by a Worker Correspondent

Appeal Date Set in C.S. Frame-Up

Minneapolis Labor Notes

A Radical Farmer’s View of Recent Shifts in AAA, from the Producers News

Corruption Rampant in Ft. Worth, Texas, Relief, by a Worker Correspondent

Shachtman Meeting in San Diego

Newark Jobless In Demonstration

Mays Strikers Call for Aid

Dunne to give Series on Labor Party

Party at Work

Letters to the Editor, from Milton Hindus

The Non-Partisan Labor Defense
A Year of Activity, Success and Service to the Working Class on All Fronts of the Radical and Labor Movement

Norman Mini Writes from His Dungeon in San Quentin, by Norman Mini

New Stalinist Pamphlet Covers Up their Shameful Role in the Sacramento Case

The Race Into War

Pioneer Notes

To Hold Protest Against Ferrero Deportation

Who Are the New “Progressive” Leaders in the A.F. of L.? by Arne Swabeck

Toledo-Union Town – Militant Battles That Defeated the Bosses, by Art Preis

Dasch Speaks on Olympics

“Local 574 Is Invincible”, by James P. Cannon

5th Anniversary of Spartacus Youth League – Report Shows Large Increase in Membership and Influence, by Nathan Gould

Write Your Own Comment!

The New Struggle in Autos – Big Test Awaits Industrial Union Movement, by A.J. Muste

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Lessons of October, by Leon Trotsky, from the French paper Revolution

Question Box, by A. Weaver

Our Revolutionary Heritage: Haymarket Sq., by Leighton Rigby

Roosevelt Closes His Third Year with New Deal at Low Ebb

Purged! (cartoon)

M.E.S.A. Strike in Toledo


Vol. I No. 50, December 14, 1935, New York, NY
THE NEW MILITANT
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Trotsky Shows Road of Struggle in France: Committees of Action – Not People’s Front, by Leon Trotsky

Thomas Leads Break with Old Guard as NY Socialist Party Splits

Herndon Freed – Mass Pressure Forces Release of Class War Prisoner

Answer the Fascist War Mongers; All Out Dec. 14!

Profiteers Clear Decks for Big Drive on Labor

Six YCLers Join SYL – Symptoms of Ferment Over New Turn to Betrayal

Yipsels Unite With Spartacus at Toledo Meet, by Art Preis

U.S. Agent Can’t Find One Scab Truck in Mpls.

Japs Snatch North China; Put Screws on Chiang Gov’t, by Lo Sen

The Future of the A.F. of L., speech by James P. Cannon

Manager’s Corner

To the Readers of the New Militant

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Our Revolutionary Heritage: Homestead Strike, by Leighton Rigby

Seine District of Socialist Youth Grows Since Their Expulsion, from Révolution

World of Labor

Five Years of Spartacus, by Nathan Gould

[Editorials]

The Deadly Parallel: Social Patriotism versus Revolutionary Struggle, from Révolution


Vol. I No. 51, December 21, 1935, New York, NY
THE NEW MILITANT
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

N. West Militants Meet

Sanctions End in Scandal – League Powers Plan Partition of Ethiopia

Ill. Unions Aid IWA Walkout, by a W.P.A. Worker

Where is Roosevelt’s Relief Program Going? by John West

600 in Newark WPA Protest

L.D. Trotsky’s Wife Makes New Appeal for Son Sergei

Pa. Jobless Organizations Unite in Statewide Action

World of Labor

Nomad Lecture Postponed

Our Revolutionary Heritage: Dorr’s Rebellion, by Leighton Rigby

The Significance of the Browder-Thomas Debate for the Revolutionary Movement, by Arne Swabeck

Defense Forces Rally Against Anti-Labor Repression

Reverse Fargo Convictions

United Front Proposed on ‘Scottsboro’

Mass Meet to Fight Danger to Herndon

Three Harlan Miners Freed

Order Ferrero-Sallito Deported


Vol. I No. 52, December 28, 1935, New York, NY
THE NEW MILITANT
Official Organ of the Workers Party of the United States

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

Russell Sentenced to Four Months in Hosiery Strike

A Xmas Gift for A. Sloan – Ohio Chevrolet Workers ‘Thank’ G.M. Head for Empty Christmas Tables, from Committee of 900

Independent Auto Unions Amalgamate

900 Auto Men Act in Toledo

Toledo Projects Organize

Illinois WPA Walkout is Postponed

Rap Ferrero Deportation

Mini Defense in New Move

500 in NY Hear Max Shachtman – Cannon to Speak on Labor War in Mpls., Jan 5th

Class Struggle Issues Arouse West Coast Maritime Unions, by C. Curtiss

New Zealand Seamen’s Union Adopts Revolutionary Position on Sanctions

Our Revolutionary Heritage: The Debs Rebellion, by Leighton Rigby

Electrical Worker Flays Stalinists for Use of Forgery in Local Union, by Andrew Forman

New Year’s Eve Party

The Manager’s Corner

The League of Stalinist Agents for Social Patriotism – A Political Analysis of the Lovestone Group And its Reactionary Role

Question Box, by A. Weaver

March of Events, by Jack Weber

Theater Benefit

Cannon Speaks on Labor War in Minneapolis

Labor Defense Unity Vital!

Prepare to Don Khaki For ‘Our U.S.’ – C.P. Says, by M. Joerger

W.P. Sends Funds for Tarov Aid

Herndon Victory Celebrated in N.Y.

 


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