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Vol. II No. 1, 1 January 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Published twice a month by the Opposition Group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

An Appeal to Party Members (speech by James P. Cannon)

A Burglary – Its Political Meaning, by James P. Cannon

A National Organization Tour

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by Trotsky

Karl Radek’s Appeal for Trotsky, by Karl Radek

Vindicating the Trotsky Platform, by Martin Abern

The Right Danger in the American Party (continued from last issue)

Letters from the Militants

The Expelled


Vol. II No. 2, 15 January 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Published twice a month by the Opposition Group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

Lenin Day

Cleveland Meeting Great Success

The Platform of the Communist Opposition, by James P. Cannon

The Central Committee Orders Another Burglary!

Malkin and Franklin Go to Prison

Farewell Note from Comrade Malkin

Malkin’s Statement 1926, by Maurice L. Malkin

The Crisis in the German Party, by Max Shachtman

A Muddler on an American Scale, by A. Lozovsky

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by Trotsky

Lenin’s Last Words to the Party, by V.I. Lenin

The New Needle Trades Workers Union

Appeal to the Convention, by James P. Cannon, Martin Abern, Arne Swabeck and Max Shachtman

‘William Randolph’ Lovestone and ‘Abe’ Pepper Expose Us

The Letter The Daily Worker Did Not Print, from Frederick N. Sard

Toward a Weekly

The Right Danger in the American Party (continued from last issue)

An International Conference for the Expelled Oppositionists

Henry Corbishly Released!

Letters from the Militants

The Expelled

Our N.Y. Mass Meeting

‘Hot Spur Harry’ George


Vol. II No. 3, 1 February 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Published twice a month by the Opposition Group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

Trotsky’s Deportation, by M.S.

A Letter from Trotsky’s Wife

The Struggle in the Coal Fields, by Arne Swabeck

On the Eve of the Party Convention

On the Situation in Russia – A Letter to a Comrade, by L.D. Trotsky

Miners Protest the Expulsions

The Minneapolis Meetings, by Vincent R. Dunne

The Mink

Fight the Splitters with a Weekly Militant

Letters from the Militants

The Expelled


Vol. II No. 4, 15 February 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Published twice a month by the Opposition Group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

Platform of the Communist Opposition, by James P. Cannon, Arne Swabeck, Martin Abern and Max Shachtman

Lovestone Gangsters Start Riot at New York Meeting to Protest Against the Deportation of L.D. Trotsky


Vol. II No. 5, March 1, 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Opposition group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

War, Kellogg Pact and the Soviet Union, by Max Shachtman

Who Supports Trotsky?

Hail to the New Chief

The Communist and the “Progressives”, by James P. Cannon

Where to buy The Militant

On the Legend of “Trotskyism” – Letters to The Militant

Epitaph for a Scoundrel: Pages from the Record of John Pepper

Chicago Comrades Protest

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by Trotsky

Join the Campaign for a Weekly Militant

Platform of the Comunist Opposition

Letters from the Militants

New Expulsions

Proletarian Youth Against Gangsterism


Vol. II No. 6, 15 March 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Opposition group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

The Results of the Party Convention, by Jame P. Cannon

New York Workers Protest Trotsky’s Exile, Stalinites Plan Pogrom – And the State fizzle

Who Supports Trotsky? More on the Counter-revolution’s United Front with Trotsky

Minneapolis is Leading in the Weekly Drive

The Civil War in Mexico, by Max Shachtman

Some Remarks on the Sixth Congress, by L.D. Trotsky (September 9th, 1928)

Letter: Activity in Cleveland, from Elmer Boich

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by Trotsky

Stalin versus Bucharin: The New Struggle in the Russian Communist Party

Call for a National Conference of the Opposition, by James P. Cannon

Letters from the Militants

New Expulsions


Vol. II No. 7, 1 April 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Opposition group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

Trotsky’s Reply to Stalin (December 16, 1928)

Comrade Trotksy to the American Opposition

Next Step In the Struggle, Material for the National Conference Discussion, by James P. Cannon

Boston Works for a Weekly Militant Fund

A New Dawes Plan for the Old, by Max Shachtman

An Opposition in Engand

Industrialization and the Peasantry, by Martin Abern

Two Meetings in Chicago

After the Dress Strike

How will Hoover Recognize Russia?

Il Duce speaks up for Stalin

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by Trotsky

Stalin Gains a New Friend

What! No Unity?

A Comrade for Minor

Where to Buy The Militant

Letters from the Militants

Who are the Expelled Communists

Another Boston Meeting


Vol. II No. 8, 15 April 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Opposition group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

Four Days with Trotsky, an Interview with the Bolshevik Leader who was Exile to Constantinople, by Maurice Paz

Another Stalinist Pogrom in New York

The Labor Revolt in the South, by James P. Cannon

Philadelphia in Campaign for Weekly

The Coming Elections in Great Britain, by Maurice Spector

Organize the Unorganized Communists, by James P. Cannon

The Illinois Miners Convention, by Arne Swabeck

The Splitters at Work: The I.L.D. and the T.U.E.L.

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by Trotsky

To the Y.C.L. Convention, A Statement of the Expelled Communist Youth

Where to Buy The Militant

New Material from Trotsky

A Page of Letters from the Militants

New Material from Trotsky

The Expelled

The Opposition in Cleveland

Sixty-three Bolsheviks on Hunger Strike in Russian Prison

Gangsterism in Philadelphia

Trotsky Cannot Enter Germany


Vol. II Nos. 9–10, 1–15 May 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Opposition group in the Workers (Communist) Party of America

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

Letter to the Russian Workers, by L.D. Trotsky (March 27, 1929)

May Day – and After Our Conference and the Trade Unions, by James P. Cannon

Our May Day Meetings

The Minneapolis Elections, Comrade C.R. Hedlund is Our Candidate for Mayor, by Vincent R. Dunne

The Lost Leader

Uniting the Textile Struggles, by M.S.

A Letter to International Labor Defense, by James Cannon, Max Shachtman & Rose Krasner

Stalin Praised by Labor’s Foe

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by Trotsky

The Stalin-Rykov Wage Policy, A Leaflet of the Russian Leninist-Bolsheviks

More About the T.U.E.L.

Form Opposition Group in China

Two Fables

A Page of Letters from the Militants

The Expelled

The Splitters in St. Louis

An appropriate Appointment

Trotsky and the Fascisti


Vol. II No. 10, 1 June 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

Conference of the Opposition Communists, by James P. Cannon

Formation of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

Opposition Progress in Minneapolis Vote

Tasks of the American Oppposition, A letter from Comrade Trotsky

The Party is ‘United’ Again! Latest ‘Open Address’ of the E.C.C.I.

What the T.U.E.L. Confernce should do, by M.S.

Bittelman on the Cross, A Hard Luck Story

Stalinism in the Canadian Communist Party, by Maurice Spector

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by Trotsky

Max Comes Clean

The Expelled

Mass Meeting in Boston

The Building Trades Situation, by M.A.

Fight for Mooney and Billings

Help the Imprisoned Bolsehvik-Leninists! by T.T.


Vol. II No. 11, 1 July 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

The Fight for Gastonia

New Splits Begins: Lovestone is Expelled

Banquet for Balbo – Exile for Trotsky

A Letter on the Capitulators, L.D. Trotsky (May 23, 1929)

The Progressives Meet

British Labor Government, by Maurice Spector

Revolutionary Perspectives in India – A letter to Leon Trotsky, by F. Dingelstaedt

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by L.D. Trotsky

Behind the Scenes in the Russian Party, by G.G.

Daily Worker Eats Crow

Putschism and May Day in Berlin, by Max Shachtman

Losovsky versus Losovsky

The Young Plan

Trotsky the Millionaire


Vol. II No. 12, 1 August 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

War Clouds in the East – China Provokes Russia

First of August! What will “International Red Day” Bring?

Gastonia in Danger

England Bars Trotsky

The End of the Cloakmakers Strike, by M.S.

War in the Independent Workmen’s Circle, by L. Schlosbert

The Crisis in the Communist Party, by James P. Cannon

Karl Radek and the Opposition, by L.D. Trotsky (May 26, 1929)

The Theses of Comrade Radek, by Leo D. Trotsky (Alma-Ata, July 17, 1928)

Draft Program of the Comintern: A Criticism of the Fundamentals, by L.D. Trotsky

The Secret Resolution Against Bucharin – Editors

Remember Comrade Malkin

The New Progressive Movement, by Arne Swabeck

Vincent St. John, by James P. Cannon

Tempus fugit!


Vol. II No. 13, 15 August 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

United front for Gastonia! Fight the Frame-up! Defend the Right to Organize and Strike! National Committee, C.L.A. (Opposition)

Danger Signals in the East

Where is the Left Wing Going? An Answer to William Z. Foster with a Footnote on his Political Biography, by James P. Cannon

2 Years After Sacco and Vanzetti

Bucharin Formally Ousted

Peace Talk, Smoke-screen for War

Who is Leading the Comintern To-day? by L.D. Trotsky

Summing up the Fur Strike

From Gompers to Stalin (The evolution William D. Foster)

On the International Right Wing. A Letter to Boris Souvanrine, by L. D. Trotsky (Contantinople, April 25, 1929)

The Rumor Factory

Lovestone Appeal to Party, by Max Shachtman

All Quiet on the Unity Front

The Aftermath of ‘Red Day’

A Stalinist Provocation


Vol. II No. 14, 15 September 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

The T.U.E.L. Conference at Cleveland, by M.S.

No Illusions on the Gastonia Trial

Loveston’s Burglaries

An Apologetic Progressivism

A Weekly by Nov. 7

Party Splitters and Gastonia

Another Rumor Nailed

Piatnitsky’s Figures

Wicks Speaks Up: A Warrior Against Trotsky

Unity Front Is roadened

2 new Opposition Papers

A Victory for Us in Austria

Words Forgot; Yaroslavsky on Trotsky

The Sino-Russian Conflict and the Opposition, by L.D. Trotsky (Contantinople, August 4, 1929)

The Industrial Situation, by Arne Swabeck

A Gangster Assault

Who is Leading the Comintern To-day?, by L.D. Trotsky

Hey! What’s This?

Plenum Coming

The Cult of ‘Third Period’ (Part 1), by Maurice Spector

Slogans for Gastonia

In the Next Issue

The Party’s Election Program in New York

Party Progress: the 3rd Period Hits St. Louis

Two Letters from Afar

The Sacco-Vanzetti Meetings

Communist League Activities


Vol. II No. 15, 1 October 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

The Drive for the Weekly

Lynch Law in Gastonia

Chiang Kai-Shek’s War Drive

Mass Meeting: The Crisis in the American Communist Mavement (sic)

The T.U.U.L Conference, by S.

Cleveland and Unorganized Labor, by James Young

A Lovestone Paper Coming

“Burglary Bolshevism”

AT LAST! News of Bucharin ...

The 5-Year Plan: How Stalin Builds Socialism

Once Again: On Brandler and Thalheimer, by L.D. Trotsky (Constantinople, June 12, 1929)

Malin’s “Statement”

Palestine – Pogrom or Revolution? by Max Shachtman

Who is Leading the Comintern To-day?, by L.D. Trotsky

10th Plenum of the Communist International

How Not to Build New Unions

The Cult of the ‘Third Period’ (Part 2), by Maurice Spector

All’s Well in the Party, Says the Daily Worker!

Good-by Pepper! The Passing of an Adventurer

Letters from the Argentine and from England

Communist League Activities


Vol. II No. 16, 15 October 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector

The Massacre at Marion

The ‘Impossible’ Weekly

Vote Communist! National Committee, C.L.A. (Opposition)

Holland Bars Trotsky

Party Plenum Opens

Hoot! MacDonald

Briand’s Plan for a United States of Europe, by Arne Swabeck

Lovestone Issues a Dishonest Document

Who is Leading the Comintern To-day? by L.D. Trotsky

The Mine Battle Corruption in Illionois Union, by Joseph Angelo

New Opposition Among Russian Youth

The R.R. Unions: A split-up Labor Movement, by C.R. Hedlund

The Removal of Bucharin, by Maurice Spector

The Conflict in the Muste Group, by M.S.

Thaelmann on the Toboggan

A Lecture in Boston

Unemployment in the Auto Industry, by Barney Mass

The Clothing Strike, by Carl Cowl

Letters from the Militants

Communist League Activities

Working for Gastonia, by Arne Swabeck


Vol. II No. 17, 1 November 1929 (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

12 Years of Red Russia!

Class Justice and Revenge of the South

Next Number the Paper is the First Issue of the Weekly Militant

The A.F. of L. Convention, by Maurice Spector

Comrade Rakovsky’s appeal – Stalin’s reply

Our Russian Organ

What MacDonald ‘Accomplished’ Here, by Max Shachtman

Three Conferences for Defense of Gastonia

Who is Leading the Comintern To-day?, by L.D. Trotsky

Once Again – Palestine!

The Coming Dress Strike: A Talk with the Left-wing Needle Trade Union members

A Cowardly Paper

“Let Not Thy First Page Know What the Second Page Sayeth”

Wicks at Large Again

Next Steps in the Textile Field

The Left Wing and the Workmen’s Circle

A Party Plenum of Cliques: The Mechanics of the Coming Struggle within the Party

Nadir Khan, Liberator of Afghanistan, Will Convoke a National Assembly

The Real Situation in Russia

A Debate in Washington

Letters from the Militants

Communist League Activities

Suspension of O. Carlson from the Communist League, National Committee, C.L.A. (Opposition)

St. Louis Meeting


Vol. II No. 18, 30 November 1929, New York, N.Y. (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The Illinois Miners’ Struggle: The conference in Bellevill, by Joseph Angelo

Crash in the Stock Market

Trotsky Greets the Weekly Militant

The N.Y. Vote – A warning Sign

What’s Happening in China? A Question that every Communist Must Ask Himself and Answer, by L. Trotsky (Prinkipo, November 10, 1929)

Schlesinger Prepares His Dress Strike While Foster Almost Changes the Line – with the Help of the Cable from Losovsky

Throughout the World of Labor

On the Twelth Anniversary of the Russian October, by L. D. Trotsky (Constantinople, October 17, 1929)

The New Unions and the Communists, by James P. Cannon

Minneapolis for Gastonia

Minneapolis Classes Open

The Next Issue

Who is Leading the Comintern To-day?, by L.D. Trotsky

A Stalinist Defeat in Staunton, by Albert Glotzer

The Daily Worker Lies Like Hell! A Letter Sent by the Staunton Miners’ Conference to the Poison Pen Artists

An Authorised Statement

Letters from the Militants

Where to Buy The Militant


Vol. II No. 19, December 7, 1929, New York, N.Y. (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Hoover’s Building Plan Swindle: Lots of Promises for the Jobless, by Martin Abern

Congress Opens – For the Master

U.S. Intervenes in Sino-Russ. Conflict

Disarmament and the U.S. of Europe, by Leon Trotsky (October 4, 1929)

Stalinists Raid the Co-ops – The Party Wins Another “Victory” in Superior, by Vincent R. Dunne

The Thieves Fall Out in the Miners Union, by Arne Swabeck

Throughout the World of Labor

Browder’s Dazzling “Logic”

A Most Remarkable Corpse

Is the A.F. of L. Becoming Progressive? by Arne Swabeck

The Communist Defeat in Czecho-Slovakia, by H. Lenorovics

The Capitulation of Bucharin: What are the Prospects fo the Right Wing Now? by Max Shachtman

The Party’s Adventure in the I.W.C.

Where to Buy The Militant


Vol. II No. 20, 14 December 1929, New York, N.Y. (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Illinois Miners Out on Strike

Bill Green’s Pledge to Hoover

Five New Cruisers by 1933

Accorsi Trial Opens

Haiti in Revolt – 5 Killed, 20 Wounded by U.S. Marines in the First Encounter

Chiang Kai-Shek’s Collapse

Schlesinger’s Bright Ideas – He “Abolishes” the Class Struggle; the Stalinists Are Still Deciding “The Line”

The Textile Union – The Party Chops Off Another Head

“The Freest Country in the World”

Wilson’s Siberian Adventure Ends

Throughout the World of Labor

Communism and Syndicalism, by L. Trotsky

Greetings Sent to the Weekly

“Hoover Brings You Peace and Plenty”, by Max Shachtman

Why we Publish The Militant

Party Defeated in I.W.C. – Stalinist Policy in Independent Workman’s Circle Ends in Bad Retreat

The Party Cliques are Still Busy

A Report on the Russian Situation by the Moscow Correspondent of the Daily Worker

Prosperity as Usual

Letters from the Militants

Constitution of the Communist League

Where to Buy The Militant


Vol. II No. 21, 21 December 1929, New York, N.Y. (Full PDF version)
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Illinois Miners On the March!

Cartoon: Pea-ce Soup à la Hoover

Labor Fakers Sold Out Mooney

Prosperity as Usual

The Auto Show and the Auto Slaves, by Peter Hansen

Opposition Group formed in Argentine, by R. Guinney

Hoover’s Build Panacea

Minneapolis ABC Class

America’s Record in Haiti

How Time Does Fly in the Russian Party!

“Unanimous!” – a Meeting of a Party Conference, by Michael Kolzov

The Defense of the Soviet Union and the Opposition, by L.D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

Lovestone and the Russian Revolution, by M.S.

Friendly Advice to an Unfriendly Critic

Hail the Weekly Militant! Minneapolis Branch of the Communist League of America

The Russian Opposition Replies to the Capitulators, by Christian Rakovsky

Letters from the Militants

The Fight of the Chicago Cleaning Shop Workers, by a rank and file Cleaner and Dyer


Vol. II No. 22, 28 December 1929, New York, N.Y.
THE MILITANT
Semi-Monthly Organ of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

EDITOR:
James P. Cannon

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Marion Killers Freed – Acquit Deputies Who Murdered Six Strikers

Miners of Illinois fought Big Odds, by Arne Swabeck

Naval Conclave Sure to Crash

Unemployment Grows with Business Decline, by Harvey O’Connor

The Mooney Frame-Up – Governor Passes Buck Again

The Real “Risks in Industry” – More Mine Deaths in W.Va.

The Communist Chest Drive – Hijacking Labor in Texas

The McAlester Mine Disaster

Poor Scabs: Coal Co. Raises Rent

More Hoover Prosperity – Southern Sawmills Shut Down, by Jack Mette

Industrial Accidents Mount

Did y’ renew your sub?

Naval Conference Farce

Auto Wage Cuts – Pontiac Workers Seriously Affected

On Hooliganism – (Today and Yesterday)

The Defense of the Soviet Union and the Opposition, by L.D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

The Thoeory at the Root of Lovestoneism

What Now? The Bolshevik Opposition and the C.P.S.U., by the editors of the Russian Bulletin of the Opposition

Stalin – The “Second Lenin’s”50th Year

Browder: The New Defender of Stalinism, by Mih[...]

How Many Times Can a Dead “ism” Die?

Mass Speaks at Open Forum in Detroit

Ingratitude

Lovestone’s Useful Work

Morons Wanted – Not Workers

Christmas for Labor, by Grace Hutchins

Greetings to the Weekly Militant, by John Mihelic

Where to Buy The Militant

Louisiana Standard Oil

Chain Gang for Jobless

Where Sacco and Vanzetti Were Murdered


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