Labor Action, was published by the Conference for Progressive Labor Action from January 1933 through December 15, 1934. It had replaced the CPLA organ, Labor Age that was published since the organizations founding in 1929. The CPLA was a radical workers organization that engaged in union organizing and solidarity with striking workers. It included among it’s ranks A. J. Muste, George Breitman and Art Preis. When the CPLA fused with the Trotskyist Communist League of America, the new paper became The New Militant.