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Vol. 10 No. 1, 6 January 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

An Editorial

53% Price Jump Proves Need for Wage Increases

French Deny Freedom to Indo-Chinese, by Abe Stein

[Delegation Presented Petition Initiating FEPC Legislation in Michigan] (photo)

Curran Hits Stalinist Domination of CMU, by N. Gaden

UAW Seeks 23-Cent-Hour Wage Boost

Asks Joint Seamen Action

GOP Admits It Will Not Push for FEPC in Congress

News and Views from the Labor Front

The Bosses Dictionary

One-Tenth of the Nation, by J.R. Johnson

KKK Vandals Bur House of California Vet

Vienna Faces Open Starvation

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

Hands Off Indo-China!

Blum and Thorez Support Suppression of Indo-china, byx Irving Howe

Rival wings of GOP Prepare for Struggle to Control Party in 1948

Irish Nationalists Suffer Attack by De Valera Gov’t

Is Capitalism Worth Saving, by Ernest Erber

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

Bitter Starvation Hits Vienna as Occupying Forces Take Fat of the Land

We Say: “Transform the PAC into a Labor Party”, by J.R. Johnson

Story of the Ceylon General Strike, from Sama Samajist

The Passing of Mayor Kelly and the chicago Sun’s “New Era”, by Robert Ferguson

Budapest Masses Protest Hunger

A New Threat of Literary Censorship, by James T. Farrell

Hugo Urbahns – Farewell to a German Comrade, by S.

Truman “Intelligence Program” Creates Secret Spy Agency, by Mike Stevens

Stalinists Betray Mexican Trade Unions, by A. Ferrara

Program of the Workers Party

The Oil War in the Middle East, from The London Tribune

With the Workers Party

Youth Corner ..., by Julius Falk

Sunday Forum in New York to Hear Howe

Stalinists Support French Imperialism

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor

How to Fight Stalinism in the AVC, by W. Fargo

Sloan Statement Illustrates Economics-Politics Relation, by Walter Jason

What Auto Labor Faces in New Year

Is Anti-Labor Advertising Tax-Deductible

Quotas Set for $5,000 Labor Action Fund Drive

Rap Indifference of N.Y. Police in Tresca Case


Vol. 10 No. 2, 13 January 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Are U.S. Munitions, Funds Being Used to Kill Indo-Chinese?

Truman and GOP Jockey on Anti-Labor Offensive, by Emanuel Garrett

“After All, Gentlemen, Who’s Against National Defense” (cartoon), by Bernard, from Seafarer’s Log

Curran Wins Support in CMU Ranks

Detroit WP Urges Labor Lead March for State FEPC Law, by Ben Hall

An Editorial Statement

Lift 30,000 Rents a Month

Goldman Is Chicago Mayoralty Candidate

News and Views from the Labor Front

One-Tenth of the Nation, by J.R. Johnson

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Chicago Branch in Line for NI Sub Drive Prize

Labor Action Magazine Section

New Methods and Old Goals in Imperialist Rule of the Far East, by C.T. Hollocher

Why the CIO-Nathan Report Threw the NAM into a Panic, by Albert Gates

Who Else? from N.Y. Times

Opposition to CP in Chile Unions Increases, by A. Ferrara

The New Leader Doesn’t Tell the Truth About Blum and Indo-China Freedom, by I.H.

“Serving the Public” Means Boosting Railroad Profits, by Mike Stevens

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

Books You Should Know ..., by H.J.

Poland: “Poland ... Not Yet Ready for democracy”, by Andrzej Rudzienski

Two Years After the War and Allied Military Gov’t Still Runs Italy, by Jack Arthurson

Is Capitalism Worth Saving? – II, by Ernest Erber

Rapid Growth of Monopoly in the U.S., by Charles Stewart

A Letter of Correction, from George Addes, UAW

Role of Factory Committees in France, by J.A.

Calif. Bosses Send Anti-Labor Sheet Free to Workers

Program of the Workers Party

A New Threat of Literary Censorship – II, by James T. Farrell

With the Workers Party

Youth Corner ..., by Julius Falk

Commission Will Push Conscription

Gas Workers End Strike in Newark

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

New Year’s Affair in Philadelphia a Great Success

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Chicago WP Opens Goldman-for-Mayor Campaign

Plan Anti-Labor Legislation

Contributions Mount Towards $5,000 Fund

Truman: Strikebreaker

“Socialist” Minister Directs Tanks Against Indo-Chinese


Vol. 10 No. 3, 20 January 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

CIO Joins Fight of Miners Against Rule by Injunction

Truman Budget Stresses Military, Skimps Housing

Goldman Opens Mayoralty Drive at Budget Hearing

NY Workers Party Will Picket French Consulate

Curran Appeals to NMU Ranks Against Stalinists, by N. Gaden

Help Europe’s Starving Socialists!

Indo-Chinese Suffer New French Blows

News and Views from the Labor Front

One-Tenth of the Nation, by J.R. Johnson

Shachtman Speaks for Cleveland WP on February 2

Carlo Tresca Commemorated

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

Trend to Militarization Seen in Marshall Choice

Truman Reports on Labor, Budget and Taxes Before 80th Congress

Zionist Congress Fails to Meet Major Jewish Issues, by William Gorman

What the Big Powers Plan for Spain, by A. Ferrara

Los Angeles SWP Members Join the Workers Party, from S. Sylvester & B. Burton

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

International Socialist Notes, from Verité

Critical Opposition Rises in the Communist Party, by Carl Davis

The Wave of Anti-Clericalism Grows in Italy, by Tom Tanakos

Stalinism: World-Wide Menace to Labor, by Stanley Grey

“Government by Injunction” – A Strike-Breaking Tradition, by Julie Falk

American Way of Life Is Menaced – Rally to Save the Dining Room

Opium: A Device of Imperialist Policy, by Arthur Stein

Program of the Workers Party

French Government Started the War Against Indo-China

With the Workers Party

January NI Discusses Coal Strike; Polish Anti-Semitism, by Eleanor Mason

NI Sub Drive Ends, Circulation Jumps

Nicola (obituary)

United Nations Discussed at Philly Forum

New York Sunday Forum Discusses “Can Intellectuals Escape Politics?”

Detroit SWP Wins Fight to Retain Its Headquarters

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

All the News Fit to Print Doesn’t Include Amnesty

Starving Workers Seize Warehouses; Strikes, Demonstrations Sweep Italy, by Jack Arthurson

Chicago WP Announces Its Platform

Stalin: “Let’s Drink to Head of My Gestapo!”

Fire Ravages Farrell Home

Workers from Nearby Bronx Shops Join Mass Picket Line at De Mornay Budd

Newark First Branch to Meet Fund Quota, by Nathan Gould

The Name’s Gottwald and Not Goering!

Rosenfeld: New Trends in U.S. Literature

Book Service Lists Marxist Classics


Vol. 10 No. 4, 27 January 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Shachtman Tour for WP Starts on January 30!

Rent Ceilings Menaced by New ‘Control’ Plan

Pennies, Splinters Won’t Build Houses, by Susan Green

Save the Starving European Socialists!

Goldman Flays Chicago Record; Presents WP School Program

Viet Namese Join Protest Before French Consulate

News and Views from the Labor Front

Question Bell Telephone Rate Bid – But Who’ll Investigate? by Philip Romano

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Branches Push to Meet Fund Quota by Deadline

Labor Action Magazine Section

Congress and Big Business Unite to Block Portal to Portal Pay, by I.L. Goslin

Jim Crow Georgia Offers a Lesson in “Democracy”, by Emanuel Garrett

NMU Struggle Goes to Ranks; Curran Meets Stalinist Attack, by Albert Gates

Are you for Democracy in Indo-China, Liston Oaks? by Irving Howe

You Paid So They Could Get Rich

Fortune Poll Shows Labor Party Sentiment

Italian Socialist Party Split Creates New Political Split, by Saul Berg

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

World Politics

Hollywood Depicts an Aspect of Social Morality, by James T. Farrell

A Stalinist Apologist on Polish Elections, by Ralph Ingersoll, from PM

Is Capitralism Worth Saving? – III, by Ernest Erber

Marshall Report and Chinese Civil War, by Henry Judd

Record of the Blum Cabinet: A Stopgap for Capitalism

Germany Today: Rags, Lice and Hunger, by Jack Arthurson

Program of the Workers Party

“I Was in a Stalinist Prison Camp ...”

With the Workers Party

Bureaucratism and Political Weakness, by SWP Minority

First State Conference of Ohio WP, by G. McDermott

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Lenin, Liebknecht, Luxemburg: Three Titans of the Socialist Revolution, by Abe Stein
Vol. 10 No. 5, 3 February 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

WP Runs Draper for Councilman in Los Angeles

‘Control’ Head Devises Rent-Lifting Scheme, by Susan Green

UAW Wins Close Vote at A-C, by Ken Hillyer

Demand Indo-China Freedom (photos)

Reuther Takes Union Situation to Ranks, by Walter Jason

Eleven Die in Chicago Fires, by M. Slater

Portal Claims Face All-Sided Attack

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

$5,000 Fund Drive Falters as It Enters Final Week

Labor Action Magazine Section

The Peacemakers (cartoon), by Carlo

An On-the-Spot Account from Inside Indo-China, by Arthur Stein

Miners of Bolivian Plateau Choose Eight Trotskyists as Their Deputies, by A. Velasco

Colonial Rebellions Sweep Asia to Drive out New Imperialism, by Henry Judd

Injunction a Traditional Means to Break strikes, by Julius Falk

World Politics

Nicaragua: U.S. Imperialism Runs a Banana Republic, by A. Ferrara

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

A Note on Australia, by S. Berg

Stalinism’s Dirty Record on the Jewish Question, by Albert Findley

Jim Crow in Los Angeles – I, [by Hal Draper]

Trinidad Workers Strike Oil Companies

With the Workers Party

In Peace as in War – They Are the Victims of Capitalism, by A British Soldier

Youth Corner ..., by Julie Falk

[Notice], from Labor Action European Relief Service

SP Clique in Labor Party Committee Bureaucratically Ousts Seattle WPers

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

UAW Vets Meet in Washington

End the Fire Massacres Demands Chicago WP

In 12 Years Private Capital Cleared Only 6 of Chicago’s 15,000 Slum Acres, by Tod Wilkinson

Shachtman Coast-to-Coast Tour Starts in Buffalo

Brad Analyzes Government Role in Mine Situation

A Full Report on the Recent Split in the Italian Socialist Party, by Jack Arthurson


Vol. 10 No. 6, 10 February 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Save the Rent Ceilings, by Susan Green

British Plan Terror Rule in Palestine, by Al Findley

Goldman Hits Taxi Profits at Hearing

File Petitions for Draper in Los Angeles Campaign

Urges Philadelphia AFL and CIO to Start Own Daily Labor Paper, from Philadelphia WP

Teachers Face Pay Fight, by A Teacher

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping then Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Tenant Protests Halt Evictions in City Projects

Court Upholds Jim Crow “Covenant” in Michigan

Negro Symposium in Phila. Forum

UAW Internal Situation Is Aggravated by Quarrel over Allis-Chalmers Strike, by Ken Hillyer

Labor Action Magazine Section

New Rash of Anti-Labor Bills Breaks Out in 80th Congress

How Washington Scuttled Veterans Housing Program, by Analitikos

Striking Paris Printers Help Trotskyist Paper

The Role of Women in U.S. Industry, by Susan Green

Colonial Imperialism Remains Despite Political Concessions, by Henry Judd

Important Correction on SWP Article

Trotskyist Leaders in Indo-China are Victims of GPU!

International Socialist Notes

Religion: A Former Marxist Runs for Cover, by Irving Howe

Editorials

Books You Should Know

“Socialism” in Great Britain, by Stanley Grey

Books Received

Auriol Is Darling of Jesuits and Stalinists

UAW Vet Conference Works Out Good Program but Restricts Its Actions to Mere Lobbying, by H.B. Masters

Hollywood Rewrites Spanish Inquisition

The Polish Independent Socialists, by A. Rudzienski

Program of the Workers Party

Carlo Tresca: The Life of a Rebel, by Emanuel Garrett

French Rule in Indo-China Has Brought Only Exploitation and Illiteracy, by R. Valensi

The Story of Jim Crow in Los Angeles – II, [by Hal Draper]

N.Y. Labor Action School Opens New Series of Classes

With the Workers Party

New York WP Demands Indo-China Independence

The ‘Workers’ Fatherland’ – Where Life is Much Better, by Drew Middleton, from New York Times

Shachtman’s Coast-to-Coast Tour Hits Middle West Cities

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Chicago Experts Report Medical and Sanitary Substandard Conditions Under Old Party Rule, by M. Slater

Newark Landlords Evict 24 Tenants from Homes, by Philip Romano

Labor Conditions in Portugal

California AVC Convention Faces Bitter Fight Against Stalinism, by William Barton

Correction


Vol. 10 No. 7, 17 February 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Will there Be Labor Unity? by David Coolidge

Albert Gates Takes Shachtman’s Place on National Tour

Protests Hit Banker Plan to Boost Fare

Draper Place on Ballot Seen Certain

CMU Junked by Stalinists in Maritime

Landlords Set for Big Kill Under ‘Hardship’ Loophole

Urge Labor Paper to Replace Record, by F. Harper

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

New Jersey Windbag Race-Haters Organize New Totalitarian Group

Labor Action Magazine Section

The Militaristic Overtones of Marshall’s Foreign Policy, by Henry Judd

U.S. Makes New Bid to Win Dictator Peron’s Support, by Anthony Ferrara

Georgia’s “White Primary Bill” – a Step in the Tradition of Hitler, by Alan Charles

How the Truman Administration Scuttled Veterans Housing, by Analitikos

World Politics

Japan: How MacArthur Broke Labor’s General Strike, by Jack Brad

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

Books You Should Know ...

Italy Staggers Under “Peace Treaty” by Jack Arthurson

A Review of the Film Sister Kenny, by Susan Green

Chicago Readers

Hunger, Cold, Illness Drive German Workers to Desperate Demonstrations, by Jack Arthurson

Program of the Workers Party

Note to Readers

A Record of the Unity Negotiations Between the WP and the SWP, by Oscar Williams

We Mourn Jim Larkin, Irish Revolutionist, by Ray O’Neil

The Story of Jim Crow in Los Angeles – III, [by Hal Draper]

Toilet Kits for Dogs – While People Starve

With the Workers Party

Ceylon 4th Internationalists Nominate Thirty Candidates

Labor Action Fund Drive Ends Short of Its Goal

Cleveland Tour Meeting Draws Record Attendance

Education Opportunities Limp in Shadow of Liberty Bell, by F. Harper

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Veterans of Revolutionary Movement Join Cleveland Workers Party Branch

Discuss Socialist Policy for Germany at Philadelphia Forum Series Lecture

Expensive Ballyhoo About Price Drop Can’t Be Used to Buy Clothing or Food, by Susan Green

... Until you Hear Some Facts of Life

Hit Jim Crow in Seattle Skating Rink

Some of His Best Friends Are Hungry

WP and Chicago’s Election Campaign, by Albert Goldman


Vol. 10 No. 8, 24 February 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Seek to Stab Rent Control by Fund Cut

AFL, CIO Tell Congress Keep Hands Off Labor!

Another Lynch Victim!

Paris Printers Fight Paris Scab Attack

Brophy Backs Reuther in UAW Tilt with Thomas

Draper Challenges Opponents to Debate

Chi. Campaign Meeting Stresses Socialist Policy, by Tod Wilkinson

UAW Progressive Candidate Beaten by Thugs

News and Views from the Labor Front

One-Tenth of the Nation, by J.R. Johnson

Reactionary Election Laws Force Write-In Campaign for Goldman, by Robert Ferguson

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

Churches Drive to Smuggle Religion into School System

Teachers Struggle Points to Crisis in Education, by A Teacher

In Mississippi: $57 for White Students but $7 for Negroes, by Julius Falk

Two New Atomic Bombs Could Make Manhattan a Ghost Town! by George Tobin

What Is “Progressive Education?” by Oscar Williams

It’s Moving Day in St. Clairsville!

Japanese Labor Movement Tastes MacArthur ‘Democracy’, by Jack Brad

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

Books You Should Know ...

Indo-China: Inside Story of French Imperialism’s Suppression of Colonial Freedom Told by a French Socialist

The Role of the Vatican in Indo-China, by Jack Arthurson

Program of the Workers Party

The South American Stalinists Sell Out for “a Plate of Lentils”, by Luis H. Velasco

The Story of Jim Crow in Los Angeles – IV, [by Hal Draper]

With the Workers Party

New International Surveys Critical Situation in Spain, by Eleanor Mason

“Socialism a Practical Necessity” – Shachtman at Meeting in Detroit

Chicago WP Backs Lewis in 3rd Ward

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Note to Readers

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

“Anti-Red” Drive a Smokescreen – Philly Speaker

British Labor Government Wracked by Coal Crisis, by Henry Judd

Gerhart Eisler: a Key Figure in GPU Gang, by Albert Gates

Why We Need a Labor Party

Company Doctors Report Accidents as ‘Heart Failure’

What Are the Issues in Dispute Over Lilienthal? by Susan Green


Vol. 10 No. 9, 3 March 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Tennessee Labor Defends Unions in State March, by Charles Kent

Senators Plan Scheme to Knife Rent Control!

Labor, Students Support Buffalo Teachers Strike

Rising Prices Show Neeed of Pay Boost

N.Y. Court Upholds Jim Crow ‘Covenant’

The Rich Get Another windfall, by Susan Green

Presents WP Housing Plan

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

The Housing Problem Can Be Solved, by Albert Goldman

Phila. Needs a Labor Paper, by F. Harper

Labor Action Magazine Section

Ten Years Ago GM Workers Held the First Sit-Down Strike! by Mike Stevens

“Honeymouth Ellis” Arnall, Liberal Dixie Demagogue, by Jack Ranger

Stalin’s Russia Starves the People of Rumania

Joe Snafu Applauds Col. Kilian’s Promotion

When Officer Loots, He Calls It “Legitimate”, by Gerald McDermott

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

Books You Should Know ...

Two Specialists on Free Speech Split an Ethical Hair, from New York Times

Great Britain

Who Heads the Stalinist Quisling Government in Poland? by A. Rudzienski

The Story of Jim Crow in Los Angeles – V, by Hal Draper

With the Workers Party

Leaders Convert Rent March into Democratic Party Rally

Sub Drive Begins in March; Branches Accept Quotas Set

Food Canners Discuss Profits, by George Underwood

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

American Policy in Japan Discussed at Sunday Philadelphia Forum Series

Vote to Chase Jim Crow Out of Los Angeles!


Vol. 10 No. 10, 10 March 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Teachers face Problem of Strike Action, by A Teacher

Tenants Must Act Now to Save Rent Control! by Susan Green

Trotsky Murder Plotted in N.Y. by GPU – Budenz

Faction Fight Intensified in UAW Local Elections, by Walter Jason

U.S. to Pay British Troops in Greece

Draper Lashes Jim Crow Ghettos in Los Angeles

2,000 New Labor Action Subs by March 30!

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

The ‘Devil’s Odyssey’ of a Ship That Couldn’t Find a Port ..., by Jack Arthurson

Does Britain’s New Offer Mean India Will Be Freed, by Henry Judd

Labor’s Effort Was Decisive in Winning Free Education

Fairytales Verboten

A French Socialist Asks Help for Europe’s Hungry People! from R.D.

Harold Laski in Stalin’s Service, by Irving Howe

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

Books You Should Know ...

Well Informed Source, Close to God, Issues Statement, from New York Times

Closed Shop

“It’s Just More Work and the Same Conditions”, by Johnny Jones Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen

World Stalinist Leaders Plan Campaign in Colonies

Who Heads the Stalinist Quisling Government in Poland? by A. Rudzienski

Stalinist Dominate California AVC Convention

Program of the Workers Party

Workers Control of Industry Is Essential Part of Socialism, by Stanley Grey

With the Workers Party

Indo-Chinese Leader Seeks Deal with French Cabinet, by Arthur Stein

Youth Corner ...

Likes Ranger’s Wall Street Column, from W.H.

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

The San Francisco Workers Party Branch Presents Its Program for California Housing, by Gordon Haskell

Draper Hits Jim Crowism in Chamber of Commerce

Hoover Report Proposes Soup Kitchen Economy for Germany, by Henry Judd


Vol. 10 No. 11, 17 March 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Budenz Reveals GPU Plotted Trotsky Murder in New York, by Irving Howe

Government by Injunction, by Emanuel Garrett

Who Runs the Supreme Court? by David Coolidge

One Cent More for Bread ...

Slate Backed by Reuther Wins UAW Chrysler Local Election, by Walter Jason

Seek “Compromise” Formula to Boost Rents, by Susan Green

News and Views from the Labor Front

Gates Stresses Need for a Labor Party at Seattle Lecture

Labor Action Magazine Section

[Merry-Go-Round] (cartoon), by Carlo

Big Four Moscow Meeting Disputes Fate of Germany, by Henry Judd

American Dollars to Buttress Shaky British Bayonets in Greek Crisis, by Arthur Stein

GPU Terror Cast the Deciding Vote in Polish Election, by A. Rudzienski

International Socialist Notes

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

Books You Should Know ...

The Murder Machine That Drove a Pick-Axe into Trotsky’s Brain Directs Its Terror Against All Sections of the Socialist Movement, by Emanuel Garrett

Program of the Workers Party

Nationalization of Industry in England, by Stanley Grey

With the Workers Party

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Election Rally

British Imperialism Resorts to Martial Law to Prevent Jewish Immigration into Palestine, by A.P. Findley

Draper, WP Candidate, Calls for Workers Control of Los Angeles Transit Lines

N.Y. Union Group to Fight Stalinists, by Jack Porter

Labor Action Suspends Its Own Relief Service to Work with ACEWR


Vol. 10 No. 12, 24 March 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

WP, SWP Open Negotiations on Uniting Parties

Truman Speech Is Step to New World War

Big 4 Conference Bares Imperialist Rivalry of Powers

War Strategy Behind U.S. Greek Loan, by Arthur Stein

Seek Grand Jury Investigation of GPU

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

A Climax in U.S. Foreign Policy, by Irving Howe

A Stirring Book from Hitler’s Buchenwald, by Henry Judd

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

Books You Should Know ...

No Comment

The Closed Shop Is a Step Towards Real Workers Democracy, by Ernest Erber

Karl Marx – Socialist Titan (print)

His Name Will Live Through the Ages, by Frederick Engels

Program of the Workers Party

Ruth Fischer Comments on the Eisler Case, by Ruth Fischer

An Exchange on the Socialist Attitude to the Bilbo Problem

What Is “Workers Control of Industry?” by Stanley Grey

With The Workers Party

Youth Corner ...

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

NLRB Jumps Ahead of Congress in “Amending” Wagner Act Regulations on Employers’ Behalf, by Susan Green

To the Working People of Los Angeles’ Seventh District from the Los Angeles Branch of the Workers Party

Labor Is Target in Michigan Crusade on “Red Menace”, by Ben Hall

“Need and Poorness Are in All Corners”, from J.G.


Vol. 10 No. 13, 31 March 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Europe Needs Food – Not Guns

Congress Prepares Sneak Bill to Scrap Rent Lids

Major Powers Manipulate Warring Greek Factions, by Arthur Stein

Draper Drive for Council in Last Week

Detroit WP Back CIO Conference for an FEPC Bill

Palestine Simmers After Martial Law, by Albert Findley

Palestine CP Now Against Jewish Entry

AFL Leaders Hinder Maritime Labor Unity

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

What Fate for German People?

Greece Long a Victim of Foreign Capital, by Katherine Davenport

UN Dropped in Ashcan as Powers Mangle Greece

Daily Worker Puffs at Budenz’ Religion, but Ignores His Revelations on GPU Murders

Georgia’s ‘Liberal’ Governor Continues Jim Crow Setup, by Emanuel Garrett

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

World Politics

Yoo-Hoo, Harry! from New York Times

A Social Portrait of Coal Miners in the United States, by James Dakota

Coal in Development of the U.S. Economy, by John Dillon

Stalinism Rewrites U.S. History, by William Gorman

A Discussion of Workers Control in a Workers State, by Ernest Erber

Hollywood Views the Returning G.I., by Jackie Robbins

Program of the Workers Party

With the Workers Party

Spring Term of New York Labor Action School Offers Courses in Political History of WP

Meeting in Oakland and Los Angeles End Western Half of Gates WP Tour

Every Boy Can be President and Every Girl Can Be a Success, by E.R. McKinney

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

A Vote for Socialism Is a Vote Cast for Peace and Security – Goldman, Chicago WP Candidate, by Albert Goldman

Austrian Socialist Disappears; GPU Machine Suspected

French CP Tries ‘Clever’ Tactic on Indo-china

British Officers Feast While Germans Starve

Report Large Mass Underground Activity in Franco Spain

Next Week in Labor Action

Vol. 10 No. 14, 7 April 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Must More Miners Die, by David Coolidge

Price Levels Climb to Near All-time Peak

German Workers in Mass Demonstrations for Food

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Workers Dictionary, compiled by Jack Ranger

One-Tenth of the Nation, by J.R. Johnson

Pennsylvania House Gets FEPC Bill, by Jack Brad

‘An Extremely Welcome Gift’

Labor Action Magazine Section

Seven Years of the Workers Party, by Ernest Erber

Active in Labor Struggle, Leader in Socialist Thought – WP Record, by Nathan Gould

A Party with Freedom and Alert Internal Life, by Irving Howe

Join the Workers Party (drawing)

World Politics

Off Limits, by James Fenwick

Editorials

Revolutionists and the GPU

Who Says There Is a Housing Shortage? from New York Times

Our Party Told the Truth About Imperialist War! by Susan Green

Hit Use of Slave Labor by Powers in Europe, Statement by AFL

Program of the Workers Party

A Social Portrait of Life of Coal Miners in the United States – II, by James Dakota

Concentration of Ownership in Coal, by John Dillon

With the Workers Party

Youth Corner ...

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Schedule Eight Forums in N.Y. Spring Series

Ask Safety for Indonesians

Offensive Indicated Against Wage Squeeze and Anti-Labor Bills, by Susan Green

Germany the Pawn in Big Four Game, by Henry Judd


Vol. 10 No. 15, 14 April 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

We Need a United Labor Offensive

Miners Stay Out of Pits, Demand Safety Actions, by David Coolidge

The CIO Hits the Nail on the Head (Cartoon), by Guernsey-Montgomery, for the Economic Outlook, CIO

Draper Polls Strong Vote for Council

Telephone Workers Strike Against AT&T Monopoly

Ruhr Strikes See German Labor Revival, by Henry Judd

Price Boosts Cut Labor’s Purchasing Power, by Susan Green

Viet-Namese Gov’t Thanks Workers Party for support, from P.N. Thach

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Workers Dictionary, compiled by Jack Ranger

Result of Chicago Election

Disregard Prison Bureau Records, Says CO Secretary

Labor Action Magazine Section

The Vindication of Leon Trotsky, by Albert Goldman

Depression Threat Stirs Annual Wage Demand, by Susan Green

The Tax Evasion Racket, by Tod Wilkinson

Dead Vet’s Mother Pleads for Amnesty, Gets Truman Speech

World Politics

Russia: An Engrossing Novel Describes Its Terror, by Irving Howe

Editorials

Calcutta General Strike Celebrates Viet Nam Day

Neatest Trick in the World, from Daily Worker

Harold Stassen: ‘Liberal’ Eyes on the White House, by Jack Ranger

The Capitalist Class Is Responsible for Agony of Miners, by J.R. Johnson

Slave Labor Used Widely by Stalinist Dictatorship

Who Owns the Coal Industry? by John Dillon

Amnesty Plea Renewed as Draft Expires

Program of the Workers Party

With the Workers Party

Send Your Greeting for Our May Day Issue

Gates Address West Va. Miners

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Mass Pressure Need to Push Pennsylvania FEPC

Philadelphia Lecture Series

A Question to John L. Lewis: When You Attack Democrats, Why Defend GOP? by E.R. McKinney

10,000 at United Labor Rally in Oakland Attack Scabbing of Municipal Administration, by William Barton

WP Branch Protests Attack on Labor Action Distributors, from Gordon Haskell


Vol. 10 No. 16, 21 April 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

March on Washington! by David Coolidge

Telephone Workers Fight AT&T Monopoly’ “Public Service” Strike-Breaking Attempt, by Susan Green

Let the “Public Safety” Guardians Answer: How Many Miners Must Die

Strikers in Madras Demand Release of Arrested Trotskyist, by V. Karalasingham

They Would Strangle Labor Unions

Stalin’s GPU Kidnaps Austrian Revolutionist

The Auto Workers and Henry Ford, by Auto Worker

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

The Struggle in the Auto Union, by Ben Hall

UAW Strike Notice on Chrysler, by Walter Jason

Why Stalinists won in Ford Local Fight, by Don Shannon

Contrasts Ford and Chrysler Local Elections

International Socialist Notes

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

Books You Should Know ...

Trotsky’s Summation Speech, by J.R. Johnson

It Looks as If There Must Be Another Purge On, from New York Times

A New Theoretician for American Imperialism, by Irving Howe

Art and Commerce in Hollywood, for New York Times

How Wall Street Rules the Coal Mines, by John Dillon

Governor Dewey Pulls a Fast One on the Veterans Bonus Issue, by I. Blake

Poland, “Country on Wheels,” Faces New Border Revisions, by A. Rudzienski

Program of the Workers Party

Aid European Hungry Workers

With the Workers Party

Youth Corner ...

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Record Profits “Worry” Business, from Wall Street Journal

Elections In Japan Test Strength of Opposing Classes and Parties, by Henry Brad

The Need for a Labor Party Is Clearly Demonstrated

AT&T – World’s Biggest Monopoly, by Arthur Stein

Reuther Hits at Red-Baiting, by Gerry McDermott

CIO Operators Vote on Backing Telephone Strike


Vol. 10 No. 17, 28 April 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Labor’s Organized Millions Can Smash Boss Offensive! May Day Manifesto by Workers Party

A March on Washington Can Be Labor’s Answer

Steel Settlement Fixes 15 Per Cent Pay Rise Formula

Gruner Execution Intensifies Palestine War, by Irving Howe

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

The Haymarket Martyrs and History of American May Day, by Arthur Stein

Dedicate May Day 1947 to a Real Labor Struggle, by E.R. McKinney

Henry Ford: Apostle of the Assembly Line and Speed-Up, by Julius Falk

International Socialist Notes

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

Books You Should Know ...

In Commemoration of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, by Ernest Erber

Program of the Workers Party

New Bill Offers No Real Hope to Displaced Persons, by Al Findley

The Fantastic Nature of the Fight in American Stalinist Ranks, by Carl Davis

May Day Celebrated all Over the World, by Henry Judd

With the Workers Party

ACTU Undermines Reuther Fight on Red-Baiting, by Stanley Grey

Protest Franco Plan to Execute Two Anti-Fascists

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Philly WP Offers Lecture Series on American History

Aid European Hungry Workers

“Actually We Live on Potatoes,” German Worker to ACEWR

Bluenose Seeks to Suppress Novel on Military School


Vol. 10 No. 18, 5 May 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Mobilize to Cut Prices!

Power Politics Dominates UN Palestine Discussion, by Al Findley

Half-Million Detroit Workers Down Tools, by Walter Jason

Natalia Trotsky Demands Trial of GPU Murderers

No Comment Necessary!

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

A Dictionary for Workers, compiled by Jack Ranger

2,000 Attend Verité Festival

Wall Street and Local Profiteers Fight for Control of Buffalo Bell Aircraft Co., by John Barnes

Labor Action Magazine Section

Spanish POUM Appeals to Workers of the World

Stalinist Assassins Must Be Made to Stand Trial! – Natalia Trotsky, by Natalia Sedov Trotsky

Glasgow Dock Strike Holds Fast After Bitter Seven-Week Struggle, by Roy Tearse, from British Socialist Appeal

A Self-Portrait in a Stalinist Writer’s Novel, by Irving Howe

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

Well, Well, Well! Is War Over? – Canada Cancels Labor Action Ban, from Albert Goldman

Plight of DPs Remains as Powers Adopt Do-Nothing Policy, by Al Findley

Additional Comments in the Discussion on Workers Control and Democracy, by Stanley Grey

Program of the Workers Party

DeGaulle Makes New Bid to Take Power in France

How American Imperialism Dominates the Island of Cuba, by Gaston Bruyere

The Third Front of Socialism in Poland, by A. Rudzienski

With the Workers Party

Telephone Striker in Chicago Sends In Her Observation

A First-Hand Report on Party Line-Up, Strength in Japan

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Correction

Charges Withdrawn, Strikers Freed

Henry Wallace Peddles His Particular Brand of Imperialism at Paris Meeting for Americans

“Hold Still, Willya? ...” (cartoon), by Seaman

Hollywood Tries something Different, by Susan Green

WDL Protests Execution of 2 Anti-Fascists

Tomatoes Jump 20 Cents in One Year!

Italy Stalinists Try Deputy Who Opposed Support of Church


Vol. 10 No. 19, 12 May 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Toward a March on Washington and a Nationwide 24-Hour Stoppage!

Mass Action: The Way to Bring Prices Down, by Emanuel Garrett

“Here, Slip This On!” (cartoon), by Carlo

New Political, Social Crisis Wracks France

Supreme Court Decision Perils Personal Liberties

Picket Race-Hater’s Meeting in Philadelphia

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

A Dictionary for Workers, compiled by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magagine Section

Post-War Problems (cartoon), by Carlo

A Program for U.S. Labor in Post-War Capitalism!

Japanese Elections Reveal Sharp Shift in Political Relationships, by Jack Brad

“Scholars” Find That Wages Are Unimportant! by William Barton

Books You Should Know ...

Big Four: Future War Rests on U.S.-Russian Rivalry, by Henry Judd

Editorials

Program of the Workers Party

How American Imperialism Dominates the Island of Cuba – II, by Gaston Bruyere

Bay Area CIO and AFL Get Behind Fight of Striking Telephone Workers

Foreign Marriage Ban in Russia Embarrasses British Stalinists, from British Socialist Appeal

With the Workers Party

UN Debate will Not Benefit Either Jew or Arab Masses, by Gene Vaughn

Discuss Imperialist Intrigues, War Aims at Oakland Meeting

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Mattson Ducks UE Settlement Explanation in Report to Chicago Regional Conference

Spread Filth (cartoon)

Philadelphia ACEWR Chapter Holds Successful Dinner for Italian Relief

A United Labor Movement Is an Urgent Need, by E.R. McKinney

CP Opposition Group Must Examine Theory to Find Source of Stalinist Degeneration, by Carl Davis

WP Protests Arrest of Indian Trotskyists


Vol. 10 No. 20, 19 May 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Famine Spreads, Starvation Diet Dooms Millions, by Irving Howe

Halt Anti-Labor Drive by Stop-Work Protest! by Emanuel Garrett

No, You Don’t! (cartoon), by Carlo

Westinghouse Local Votes Militant Line

Cadillac Square Demonstrators Are “Disciplined” by General Motors, by Ben Hall

Traces UAW Bad Pay Settlement to Political Weakness, by Walter Jason

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

A Dictionary for Workers, compiled by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

India Faces Grave Internal Upheaval

Events Behind Ramadier’s Victory Over Stalinists in Cabinet Dispute, by Henry Judd

Workers Party Cables Protest in Arrest of Madras Union Leaders by Government

Strike of Renault Workers Outlines Crisis in France

Chaplin’s Latest Production, by Susan Green

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

Books You Should Know ...

The Economic and Political Prospects of U.S. Capitalism – II

Program of the Workers Party

How the Parisian Strike Wave Spread, by S. Berg

With the Workers Party

Text of Resolution Adopted by Philly Anti-Smith Rally

To the Editors of The Nation, from Jack Weber

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Freedom from Want (cartoon), by Carlo

And a Bomber Squadron Drowned Out Speech, by Michael Drum

Comrade Rudzienski Corrects an Error in the Translation, by A. Rudzienski

Aid European Hungry Workers


Vol. 10 No. 21, 26 May 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Union Leaders Rely on Truman, Not Labor, by David Coolidge

We Propose: National 24-Hour Protest Strike

Labor Backed Slate Wins Oakland Vote

Trial of Willie Earle’s Murderers Focuses Light on the Lynch System

U.S. Rulers Threaten Starving Germans with Death Penalty, by Henry Judd

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

A Dictionary for Workers, compiled by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

Crisis of Franco’s Regime Highlighted by Bilbao Strike, by A. Ferrarra

20th Century Fund Study Proves Need for Socialist United States, by Albert Gates

Railroad Freight Rates Reflect Fight Between Capitalist Groups, by Jack Ranger

Trujillo: Santo Domingo’s Bloody Dictator, by Gaston Bruyere

A Lesson in Capitalism for the Strong World

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

ILGWU Sets a Dangerous Precedent in Court Action

Freedom from Fear Section, by Gerry McDermott

Citizens 1st, Veterans 2nd

The Political Situation in German: The National Question, by Irving Howe

Jean Malaquais on Existentialism at “Left Forum”

Asks Truman to End Amnesty Board Delay

Program of the Workers Party

Juan Peron’s Economic Expansion, by Juan Velasco

Finds Anti-Semitic Approach in Koestler’s Palestine Novel, by Miriam Evans

A Correction and an Apology

With the Workers Party

“The Shoe Fits” (cartoon), by Seaman

New York School Announces Extension of Friday Night Classes Through June

Bay Area Branch Holds Successful Election Rally

ACEWR Plans to Cable Food Packages to Starvation Zones

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Aid European Hungry Workers

Ohio Conference Discusses Unity of WP and SWP

Open U.S. Doors to Immigration of Jewish People!

Who Says There’s No Money for Housing? (cartoon), by Carlo

World Arms Budget Is 10 Billion Dollars More Than in 1938, by Arthur Stein

Jews Will Gain Nothing from Russian About-Face

A Grim Reminder of the Coming War


Vol. 10 No. 22, 2 June 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Smash Jim Crow System!

Press Stages Gutter Orgy Against Relief

Rent Control Law Expires June 30; Congress Bills Provide for Increase

For a 24-Hour Protest Strike and a March on Washington!

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

A Dictionary for Workers, compiled by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

U.S. and Britain Aid Dutch to Suppress Indonesian Freedom

Coming Economic Crisis in the U.S. No Longer Doubted by Economists, by A. Kimbay

Program Is Vital in UAW Contest with Ford Motors, by Ben Hall

Is There Such a Thing as “Guilt of the German Nation”? by Irving Swanson

New Film of the Irish Revolt, by Henry Judd

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

New International Features Stalin’s Slave Laborers

The Results and Lessons of an Experiment in Labor Politics, by William Barton

Thomas Mann Punishes Hitler; Avoids Germany on His Tour, by Irving Howe

Program of Workers Party

A Contribution to the Discussion on Workers Control Theory, by Susan Green

Examining a Dread Disease: Virus of Rigiditis Digititis, by Gerald McDermott

With the Workers Party

The Feeling Is Growing: Something Is Wrong! by J.R. Johnson

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Aid European Hungry Workers

India Factions in Showdown as Britain Announces Plan, by Henry Judd

An Editorial

Anything to Get into the White House (cartoon), by Clare

Times Dispatch confirms Story in Labor Action


Vol. 10 No. 23, 9 June 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Answer Taft-Hartley Bill with a Labor Offensive! by David Coolidge

Senate Passes Bill for 15% Rent Increase

WP and SWP Will Picket Greek Consul

Youth Conscription Plan Is Step Towards New War, by Julie Falk

Stalinists Take Over in Hungarian Coup, by Irving Howe

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

A Dictionary for Workers, compiled by Jack Ranger

British Group Urges Amnesty on Truman

Labor Action Magazine Section

“An Abiding Belief in Old-Fashioned Virtue” and Slavery

Michigan CIO Convention Will Test Strength of UAW Faction, by Ben Hall

How They Built the Framework of the “Four Freedoms” (cartoon), by Carlo

These Are the Facts on “Deluxe” Relief, by Hy Phillips

Powers Play with Displaced Persons’ Lives, by Al Findley

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Editorials

International Socialist Notes

British ILP Meeting Shows Party Is Nearing Collapse

James Connolly and the Socialist Struggle for Irish Unity, from Workers’ Republic

Italian Stalinist Posters Cater to Superstitions

Atomic Bomnb and the Hollywood Mind, by Susan Green

How Trotsky Was Expelled from Norway by Trygvie Lie, by Leon Trotsky

He Sacrificed EVERYTHING for Love, from Boston Globe

Program of the Workers Party

With the Workers Party

Philadelphia Forum Hears Speakers on Marxism and Science, by Frank Harper

ACWEWR Cables Food Parcels to Hunger-Stricken Germany

Philly Unionists Come to Rally Get Nothing but Empty Rhetoric

We Want to Be Freen in a Free Country, in a Free World ..., by Ernest Rice McKinney

Southern Game Laws (cartoon), by Carlo


Vol. 10 No. 24, 16 June 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Demand a 24-Hour Strike!

Giant Parade Proves Labor Is Ready to Fight, by Susan Green

Miners Quit Pits; Protest Slave Bill

Labor Action Compelled to Reduce Size

Guaranteed Annual Wage Issue at ILG Convention, by Mary Bell

How Can Militant Vets Meet the Crisis in AVC? by W. Fargo

News and Views from the Labor Front

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

A Dictionary for Workers, compiled by Jack Ranger

Labor Action Magazine Section

Exposes Strategy of the Stalinists at AVC Convention, by Saul Berg

Some Capitalist Leaders Explain How Their Profit System Functions, by E.R. McKinney

Stalin Reaches Out for Expatriates, by Arthur Stein

Seizure of Hungary Is Russia’s Reply to Truman Doctrine, by Irving Howe

International Socialist Notes

Off Limits, by James M. fenwick

Editorials

A Militant Program for the American Veterans Committee

Renault Strikers Address Metal Workers

The Anti-Socialist thinking of the Dissident Stalinist Groups, by Carl Davis

Review of Telephone Strike Reveals Inadequacy of Present Union Leaders

Program of the Workers Party

Wants Material for History of Socialist Party, from Daniel Bell

With the Workers Party

Grand Jury Questions Ex-Daily Worker Editor on Trotsky Murder, Poyntz Abduction

Press Manager’s Press Action, by Henry Judd

Audience Finds WP Forum on Palestine and DP Problems Unusually Interesting

Reuther Betrays Political Opportunism in UAW Press Release on Rent Control

Anti-Labor Drive Meeting Provokes Fruitful Discussion

Democratic Solution of Pakistan Issue Vital to Genuine India Independence, by Albert Gates

Protest Political Arrests in Greece (photo)

Slowdown Highlights N.Y. Transit Dispute, by Gene Vaughn

Won’t Recognize Law, statement by Sailors Union of the Pacific


Vol. 11 No. 25, 23 June 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Fight: For March on Washington, 24-Hour Down-Tool Action! by David Coolidge

Editorial

No Contract, No Sailing, Say Seaman [sic]

“It’s a Fascist Measure!” Says Murray, But ... Refuses to Organize a Fighting Labor Protest, by E.R. McKinney

O’Dwyer Shows True Colors on Fare Rise, by W.W.

The Boss’s Dictionary: Radical (cartoon), by Carlo

News and Views from the Labor Front

Pennsylvania Solons Duck FEPC Action

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Correction on AVC Article

Editorials

World Politics

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Books You Should Know ...

Joint Protest Strike by Arabs and Jews

O.K. Men! ... Any Questions? from New York Times

Railway Strike Highlights French Economic, Political Crisis, by Max Sterling

French Socialist Youth Defy Party Decision Ousting National Bureau

International Socialist Notes

Relief Committee Asks Contributions for Workers Medical Clinic in Italy


Vol. 11 No. 26, 30 June 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Organize a Labor Party!

Miners Quit Pits as Fight on Anti-Labor Law Begins

An Editorial

Political Trap for Labor Baited with Truman Veto, by David Coolidge

The Boss’s Dictionary: Rebellion (cartoon), by Carlo

News and Views from the Labor Front

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

GPU Makes “Jail” Life Easy for Murderer of Leon Trotsky

Katyn Massacre: a Tragedy That Bleeds, by A. Rudzienski

Motorcade a Dismal Failure, by Don Murrain & Meg Tyler

Marshall Plan for the Imperialist Domination of Europe Underlines the Need for Socialism, by Irving Howe

Commission Doesn’t Bring Promise of Peace to Palestine, by Al Findley

AVC Convention Registers Progress, by Saul Berg


Vol. 11 No. 27, 7 July 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Irving Howe
Henry Judd

Do Not Pay More Rent!

An Editorial

Moral: We Need FIGHTING Weapons (cartoon), by Carlo

Why Do We Stress the Labor Party? by Emanuel Garrett

Fight on Anti-Labor Law Will Not Be Won in Court, by David Coolidge

Dubinsky Shelves Guaranteed Pay

News and Views from the Labor Front

The Boss’s Dictionary: Anarchy (cartoon), by Carlo

Draft Plan Would Create Permanent Political Prisoners

Negro “Leaders” Aid GOP in Killing FEPC Bill, by Jack Brad

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

World Politics

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Form Labor Vet Group at AVC Convention

Legislation Voted Against Labor’s Interests Is Also Against the Negro People’s Interests, by E.R. McKinney

French Socialist Youth Win Support in Fight Against SP Leadership, by Richard

We Must Raise Our Voices in Protest, by A. Ruzdienski

Advertising and Entertainment on the Quiz Programs, by Susan Green


Vol. 11 No. 28, 14 July 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Steel Workers By-Pass NLRB in Negotiations, by Emanuel Garrett

Tenant Protest Rises Against Rent Robbery

The Fight Has Begun! (cartoon), by Carlo

Labor Party Sentiment Mounting in Buffalo

Mine Union Wins Record Wage Gain

Ship Strike in Third Week

The Boss’s Dictionary: Share the Wealth (cartoon), by Carlo

News and Views from the Labor Front

Savannah Appoints Nine Negro Cops, by E.R. McKinney

Press Manager’s Press Action

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor

Editorials

World Politics, by Irving Howe

Cuba: A Grave Threat to Its Economy, by Gaston Bruyere

WP Asks Special Legislature Session to Enact Penn. FEPC, by Jack Brad

IWO, Stalinist Front, Pensions Max Bedacht

The Stalinist Swamp – Daily Worker Exposes “Renegades” in NMU

UAW Control at Stake in FE Merger Proposal, by David Coolidge

Chrysler Local Votes “For” at Meeting Lacking Quorum, by Walter Jason

Lynn Affair Nets $70 for European Relief


Vol. 11 No. 29, 21 July 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Law and Order in Georgia Adds 6 New Victims, by E.R. McKinney

U.S. and Russia Build War Blocs in Europe!

Sing for Your Supper! (carto0on), by Carlo

Form Tenant Committee in Detroit

Risk Arrest in Solidarity PW Action

Opposition Winning Vote in in UAW on Thomas-Addes FE Merger Plan, by Walter Jason

Price Rise to Boost Fabulous Profits

The Boss’s Dictionary: Socialism (cartoon), by Carlo

News and Views from the Labor Front

One-Tenth of the Nation, by E.R. McKinney

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

World Politics

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Use Natives as Slave Labor in south Africa Farm Areas

This Issue of Labor Action

Capsule Edit

MacArthur Seeks to Restrain Japanese Protest, Backs Katayama Coalition Government, by Jack Brad

Examines Meaning of Fraudulent Franco Plebiscite, by A. Ferrarra

New Totalitarian Offensive in Poland, by A. Rudzienski

Bolivian Plateau: Scene of Native Struggle and Repression, by Juan Robles


Vol. 11 No. 30, 28 July 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Labor Party Is Key Need! by Emanuel Garrett

U.S. Arms Back Dutch Tyranny in Indonesia

“Reward Your Friends, Punish Your Enemies!” (cartoon), by Carlo

Truman Report Shows Crisis Lurks Behind Post-War Economic Boom, by Albert Gates

Rader Is Candidate of Philadelphia WP, by Frank Harper

UAW Votes Down Merger, by Walter Jason

News and Views from the Labor Front

The Boss’s Dictionary: Bolshevism (cartoon), by Carlo

Rations Cut to 650 Calories; Relief Packages Are Vital

Cudahy Spills the Beans, from The Meat of It, published by Packinghouse Workers Union

With the Workers Party

Aid European Hungry Workers

Editorials

A Weapon for a Labor Offensive! (cartoon), by Carlo

Red Prussian Is Ignorant Book on Marx, reviewed by Irving Howe

World Politics

Poland: In the clutches of Stalin’s GPU Gang, by Jan Rey

Johnson Leads His Faction Out of WP

Bolivian Miners Hit Attack on Trotskyists

There Is Worry Behind the Smile (cartoon), by Carlo

August New International Features Analysis of Labor’s Fight on Taft-Hartley


Vol. 11 No. 31, 4 August 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Defend Indonesian People!

28 Miners Die as Company Ignores Union Safety Plea, by Todd Wilkinson

Ask Meeting to Unite Tenant Work

Stalinists Lay Ground to Back Republican Mayor for Detroit, by Walter Jason

U.S. Props Greek Terror; Big Powers Vie on Control, by Jim Tanakos

The Boss’s Dictionary: Art (cartoon), by Carlo

WP Candidate Blasts Pa. Jim Crow, by Frank Harper

Don’t Pay More Rent!

News and Views from the Labor Front

One-Tenth of the Nation, by E.R. McKinney

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

World Politics

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Admit Capitalist Bankruptcy as Army Recruiting Lags, by G.M.

Progressive Book Club Selects Books by Farrell, Sternberg

Refuse Jim Crow Service in Los Angeles Store

Books Received

Labor Veterans Group in AVC Sets Forth Its Program in First Issue of Monthly Bulletin

Open WP Campaign to Place Rader on Philly Ballot

UAW Report Examines Monopoly Effects on Agricultural Implements Industry

Labor Action Brings You an Exclusive Report on the Firestone-Ford Nuptials, by Gerald McDermott


Vol. 11 No. 32, 11 August 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Eviction Suits Sweep Nation

UAW Wins First Round at Ford on Taft Act!

Detroit WP Names Benson for Mayor

When Landlord Asks for More Rent, Say “NO!”

Subway Fare Rise Plan Slowed, Not Stopped, by Paul Bern

The Boss’s Dictionary: Red Plot (cartoon), by Carlo

News and Views from the Labor Front

One-Tenth of the Nation, by E.R. McKinney

With the Workers Party

Tuberculosis Sufferer Asks ACEWR to Send Clothing, Equipment for Baby

Editorials

World Politics

Rio Conference: U.S. Has New Scheme for Latin America, by A. Ferrarra

Korea: Suppressed, robbed, fought Over by Big Powers, by G. McDermott

Don’t Pay More Rent! Fight Against Evictions! by Irving Howe

Hangings and Deportations Highlight Palestine War Between British Imperialists and Jews, by Al Findley

Examines Record and Backing of Mayor Jeffries, by Herman Benson


Vol. 11 No. 33, 18 August 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

CIO Seeks Roll-Back and Control of Prices

Philly WP Tops quota on Petitions

Herman Benson for Mayor (facsimile)

Unions Challenge Taft-Hartley Act

Sees Ford Victory Guide for UAW Labor, by Walter Jason

Los Angeles Consulate Picketed

What Are the Qualifications of Mr. Murphy? by Herman Benson

The Boss’s Dictionary: Free Enterprise (cartoon), by Carlo

News and Views from the Labor Front

Benson, WP Candidate, Makes Suggestion to Detroit News, by Herman Benson

With the Workers Party

Demand Breaking of Jim Crow UN Rent Pacts

Philly Rally

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Charge Russians Operate Slave Camps in Germany

Editorials

World Politics

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Books You Should Know ...

Also Received

Leon Trotsky: Man, Revolutionist, Thinker, by E.R. McKinney

Don’t Pay More Rent! Fight Against Evictions! – II, by Irving Howe


Vol. 11 No. 34, 25 August 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Monopolists Get Stranglehold on American Economic System

Sham Hearings on Trusts and Prices

Let’s Get Organized! (cartoon)

Rio Meeting Part of U.S. War Plans, by Arthur Stein

Mayor Jeffries Seeks Political Support from CIO in Michigan, by Herman Benson

CIO Pickets Show Strong-Arm Boss Where to Get Off, by Walter Jason

News and Views from the Labor Front

Herman Benson for Mayor! (facsimile)

Pickets Against Dutch War on Indonesian Nation

Gangs Attack Negroes in New York

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

Economic Conditions Behind Puerto Rican Immigration, by Eugene Vaughn

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

Hollywood Touches a Serious Theme in Movie Crossfire, by Irving Howe

Philosophy Corner (Ends and Means Dept.), from New York Times

In Memoriam: Sacco and Vanzetti, by James T. Farrell

General “King” Lee of the MTOUSA, by James M. Fenwick

Dubinsky Earns Appellation of “Labor Statesman”, by Mary Bell


Vol. 11 No. 35, 1 September 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

The Death of Bilbo and the Death of Two Negro Children, by Kate Leonard

Gov’t Statistics Show Wages Below 1939!

This Is the Was to Stoß’em (cartoon), by Carlo

Isthmian Sailors Win Strike!

Politicians Challenge Rader, WP Candidate

Reuther Caucus Meets to Map Program, by Walter Jason

Illinois CIO Parley Drubs Stalinists

News and Views from the Labor Front

Herman Benson for Mayor!

Race-Baiter Jeffries Makes Bid for Liberal-Labor Support, by Herman Benson

With the Workers Party

Philadelphia Branch of WP Holds Political-Social Rally

Editorials

Greece as Batttleground of Two Rival Imperialists, by Sam Adams

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Books You Should Know

If Sacco and Vanzetti Were on Trial Today ..., by Irving Howe

A Report on Labor Events from the Pacific Coast, by William Barton

Workers Party Holds Three City Conference in Philly, by Frank Harper

Eviction Notices Increase Daily but New Commission Proves Total Failure, by Jack Rader

Japanese Workers Show some New Wrinkles in Strike Strategy


Vol. 11 No. 36, 8 September 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Rising Prices and Anti-Union Laws Dictate Need for Labor Offensive

Stalinists “Win” Hungary Voteby Terror, Fraud

On the Capitalist Conveyor (cartoon), by Carlo

Minneapolis People Seek Rent Freeze

Two Independent Labor Candidates Names for Cleveland Wards 22, 32, by G. McDermott

Rader Challenges County Commission on Ballot Ruling

Detroit WP Asks Meeting Permit

News and Views from the Labor Front

West Coast News Items

A Survey of the Petroleum Industry, by John Dillon

With the Workers Party

Editorials

Hollywood’s The Hucksters Will Not Upset the World, by Irving Howe

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

The Intellectual Life in Stalinist Russia

An Editorial

Veterans Are Victims of “Chain Reaction” in Philadelphia’s Growing Housing Crisis, by Jack Rader

What the Policy of “Lesser Evil” Means in Detroit, by Herman Benson

Political Interest Growing in Germany, by Max Sterling

Poll shows GOP, Democrats Look Alike

Herman Benson for Mayor!


Vol. 11 No. 37, 15 September 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Labor
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Food Prices at New High!

Low Income Savings Fade Under Rise in Living Costs, by Susan Green

Exodus, 1947!

CP Wreckers in NMU Hurl Foul Charges, by Arthur Stein

1,000 Shop Stewards Defy Stalin Terror in Budapest Parade

WP, SWP Candidates Cited for Contempt; Fight Board Ruling, by Jack Rader

UNSCOP Plans Will Not Aid Jews, by Ed Findley

News and Views from the Labor Front

Notes on West Coast Labor Movement ..., by William Barton

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

Train of Tomorrow ..., by Leo Gordon

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

Little Studies in Retrogression (The Art of Polemics Department), from Newsweek

“Lesser Evil” Will Lead Labor from Bad to Worse, by Herman Benson

Picketing the British Consulate (photo)

Buffalo Pickets Protest British Policy, by Preston Little

WP’ Benson-for-Mayor Campaign in Detroit Swings into High Gear, by Paul Owen

Carusi Unfit to Handle DPs, WDL Charges

And the Board’s Action Nets Its First Results ―

The Socialist Banner Will Wave in Victory, by Max Shachtman


Vol. 11 No. 38, 22 September 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Prices Can Be Controlled!

Judge Fines WP Candidate; Committee Fights Ruling, by Frank Harper

Workers Go Deeper Into Debt as High Prices Cut Wages, by Mike Stevens

Who Is Responsible for Price Rise? by Susan Green

Primaries in Philadelphia Shed Light on Basic Error in CIO-PAC Policy, by Jack Rader

News and Views from the Labor Front

Notes on West Coast Labor Movement ..., by William Barton

Cleveland Labor Campaign Gets Vigorous Start, by Gerry McDermott

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

World Politics

Off Limits, by James M. Fenwick

29 More Arrests in Palisades Anti-Jim Crow Drive

Detroit WP Candidate Questions Mayor Jeffries on Jim Crow Textbook, from Herman Benson

WDL Will Aid Hickman Defense

Wave of Strikes in Poland Is Symbol of Mass Resistance Against Stalinist Totalitarian Rulers, by A. Rudzienski

English Workers: Poorly Fed, Poorly Housed, Poorly Clothed

Answers Michigan Committee on Platform of Detroit WP, by Herman Benson

Evictions on Rise; City Officials Duck Housing Emergency, by Herman Benson

Price of Capitalist Rule Seen in Housing Crisis, by Jack Rader


Vol. 11 No. 39, 29 September 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

Workers Party Asks Protest on Arrest of Polish Socialists

Mass Action Is the Key to Real Price Control! by Susan Green

Hit Scheme to Keep WP, SWP Off Ballot, by Frank Harper

CIO, AFL Unions Pledge Aid to Hickman Defense

Mass Discontent Rising in Italy, by Irving Howe

News and Views from the Labor Front

“Coleman Murdered My Kids!” by Willard Motley

Detroit Negro First Assaulted by Cops, Then Arrested on Trumped-up Charge

With the Workers Party

Readers of Labor Action Take the Floor ...

Editorials

Tapping the Wall Street Wire, by Jack Ranger

These Are the Men Arrested by Stalin’s Police in Poland

PCI Pursues Revolutionary Work Among German POWs, by A. Calves

NMU Convention

Philadelphia Eviction Cases Mount; 1,300 Await Hearing, by Jack Rader

What Kind of People Are Congressmen? by Jack Ranger

Capitalist Politicians Agree to Do Nothing About Detroit Rents, by Herman Benson

Bolivia: On the Road to Dictatorship, by J. Robles


Vol. 11 No. 40 October 6, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

 


Vol. 11 No. 41 October 13, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

 


Vol. 11 No. 42 October 20, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

 


Vol. 11 No. 43 October 27, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

 


Vol. 11 No. 44 November 3, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

 


Vol. 11 No. 45 November 10, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

 


Vol. 11 No. 46 November 17, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

 


Vol. 11 No. 47 November 24, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

 


Vol. 11 No. 48 December 1, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

BUSINESS MANAGER:
Paul Bern

 


Vol. 11 No. 49 December 8, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

BUSINESS MANAGER:
Paul Bern

 


Vol. 11 No. 50 December 15, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

BUSINESS MANAGER:
Paul Bern

 


Vol. 11 No. 51 December 22, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

BUSINESS MANAGER:
Paul Bern

 


Vol. 11 No. 52 December 29, 1947
Labor Action
A Paper in the Interests of Socialism
Published weekly by the Labor Action Publishing Company in New York City

EDITOR:
Emanuel Garrett
EDITORIAL BOARD:
Albert Gates
Henry Judd
Irving Howe

BUSINESS MANAGER:
Paul Bern

 


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