MIA: History: USA: Publications: Labor Age (1929 until 1933)
1928 – 1933
Labor Age was a left-labor monthly magazine published by the Labor Publication Society from 1921-1933. It succeeded the Socialist Review, journal of the Intercollegiate Socialist Society. Labor Age aligned with the League for Industrial Democracy, and during 1929-33 the magazine was affiliated with the Conference for Progressive Labor Action (CPLA) with A. J. Muste playing a prominent role. Other important figures associated with Labor Age were James Maurer, Harry W. Laidler, and Louis Budenz. The magazine advocated industrial unionism, economic planning and the nationalization of industries. It was also a major promoter of the workers education movement. As the CPLA radicalized with the deepening Depression, Labor Age radicalized to the left with it.
Thanks to the of Dr. Marty Goodman of the The Riazanov Project and David Walters from the Marxists Internet Archive and the Holt Labor Library.
Volume 21, No. 1, January, 1932
Volume 21, No. 2, February, 1932
Volume 21, No. 3, March, 1932
Volume 21, No. 4, April, 1932
Last Updated 27 March 2014