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Vol. III No. 1, January 4, 1930, New York, NY
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

Industrial Depression Growning – Anti-Labor Drive Now Under Way

The Austrian Crisis And Communism by L.D. Trotsky

Hudreds Killed by Marines in Haiti

Illinois Miners Urgently need Relief

Lost Fliers and Hoover

Reuse 6-Hour Day

Concede Cleveland Unemployment

Hoover Prosperity

French Aim Blow at U.S. – Raise Tariff on American Autos

Another Haymarket Cop Dead, by T. P. Lewis

Supress Mooney Report – Young Hid Evidence

Ford’s Treatment of Labor

Swedish Workers Protest Barbarity in Carolina

Stalinist Repression – Hound Trotsky’s Kin

Mellon’s Pa. Domain Rises – Workers Squeezed for Profits, by Arthur G. McDowell

Mellon Advances in New York

The United Front from Below

Open Forum of the New York Communist League

Naval Bases and Imperialism – The Struggle for Position at the Coming Conference in London, by Albert Glotzer

A Proposed Party Questionnaire

No Work in San Antonio – Labor Warned to Stay Clear, by Ester Lowell

Merry Christmas: Starvation in North Carolina

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

Throughout the World of Labor

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

The Pot of Gold for the Unemployed, by Robert L. Cruden

Convention of the Textile Workers Union

The Daily Worker Gasps for Arguments

Letters from the Militants

Where to Buy The Militant


Vol. III No. 2, January 11, 1930, New York, NY
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

Karl Liebknecht Day – After the Martyr’s Graveside, by Karl Radek

A.F.of L. Opens Up in the South

Velvet Words Conceal U.S. Arms Growth, by Scott Nearing

1930 to Be “Lean Tough” Year

Poverty Spreads in St. Louis

N.C. Wants Labor Law, Too

Export Industries Will Be Hit Heavily

Pullman Co. Absorbs Notorious Union Foe

Free Meals Pass Out in Yuma

Racketeer is Pal of Matty Woll, by Harvey O’Connor

12 Lynchings Known in 1929

Meeting in Philadelphia

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

Throughout the World of Labor

The Austrian Crisis and Communism, by L.D. Trotsky

Church Reports Marion Hell – But All the Preachers Offer Are Empty Promises and Pious Prayers

Pontiac Has “Novel” Way to Cut Wages

Uemployment Raises Mortgage Shut-downs, by Joseph Hutter

Lumber Camps Aren’t Hit by Prosperity, by Harold R. Johnson

A Bit of Olgin’s Infamy

Letters from the Militants

Peonage on the High Sea

On Trotsky

Where to Buy The Militant


Vol. III No. 3, January 18, 1930, New York, NY
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

Heavy Decline in N.Y. Jobs – Every Industry Reports Slump

Mill Bosses Plan Company Unions to Counteract Trade Union Drive

1500 Unemployed Demostrate in St. Louis – Mayor Answers the Deman for Work or Relief by Arresting Two Leaders, by H.L. Goldberg

Tear Gas is “Popular” Weapon against Labor, by Harvey O’Connor

Chicago Building Takes Sharp Drop; Thousands Jobless, by T.P. Lewis

35 Electricans Will Burn to Death in 1930

Massachusetts Building Trade Workers Severely Hit

5,000 Fewer Jobs in Boston

Police Called Out for Jobless

Birmingham Big Open Shop Center – Unemployment Rife in South, by T. S. Rawlings

Attempt new Frame-up in Gastonia

Bishop Demands Catholic Unions in Canada, by John Robur

Company Union established in Elizabethton

Chicago Opposition Active

Fear Soviet Invasion in Arizona

60 Hours a Week of Women in Kentucky – Negro Workers the Worst Off

The Minnesota F.L.P. – Six Years of Confusion and Disappointment in a Two-Class Party, by Vincent R. Dunne

Gertrude Duell Joins the Opposition

A Real Red ILD and Hell Hath No Fury Like an Engdahl Enraged

150 Workers Laid Off

Rosa Luxemberg – 11 years After, by Max Shachtman

The Communist Fight Against Imperialist War, by Charles Curtiss

Throughout the World of Labor

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

An Economic Analysis? Or Factional Demagogy & Forgery

The Professor’s Nightmare – A Story of the Great American Worker-Boss that Never Existed, by Peter [name illegible]

Karakhan Takes a Pleasant Trip to Turkey – But, Unlike Trotsky, He is not Confined on a Island by Friend Kemal Pasha, by A.R.

Hutchison Expels Militant – Louis A. Roseland Removed from Minneapolis Carpenters Union

The Struggle of the Miners in Taylorville, Ill., from Fritz Bode Sr.

Bessedovsky – Trotsky on “Revolutions”, by L. Trotsky


Vol. III No. 4, January 25, 1930, New York, NY
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

Leninism Lives! – The Opposition Carries It Forward, by M.S.

Mass Unemployment Continues

Enormous Profits in Southern Tobacco

A Step Down by the International Right

Toronto Militants, Attention!

The Struggle in the South – Green’s Plea to the Bosses, the Progressives and the Communists, by James P. Cannon

Prospect Bad for Builders, by T.P. Lewis

The “Third Period” of the Comintern’s Mistakes, by L.D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

Fascism Still Alive in United States

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

A Letter from the Chinese Oppositionists

$2,500,000 in Profits in 1929

Carry Out Lenin’s Will! – Lenin’s Last Words to the Party, Still Supppressed by the Stalinists

Ford’s Parts Factories Drive Workers, by Robert L. Cruden

The Depression and Labor – Prospects for Approaching Struggles in the United States, By Arne Swabeck

The St. Louis Unemployment Demonstration


Vol. III No. 5, February 1, 1930, New York, NY
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

Police Murder Steve Katovis – Communist Worker Shot Down in Cold Blood

Naval Conclave Shows No Unity

Green Stabs Marion and Gastonia

Mexico Breaks with Soviet Union

After the Miner’s Strike – Operators and Reactionary Union Leaders vs. the Illinois Miners, by Joseph Angelo

Prospects for New Struggles in New Bedford

The Indian Revolution at the Crossroads, by Max Shachtman

Stalinists Disrupt Minneapolis T.U.U.L Conference

$81,000,000 Corporation Refuses to Pay 37 Cents an Hour

N.Y. Telephone Grabs $14,000,000 More

The “Third Period” of the Comintern’s Mistakes, by L.D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

On the Chinese Revolution – Trotsky’s Reply to the Letter of the Chinese Opposition Group (December 22, 1929)

Hoover Prosperty Invisible in State of Illinois

Mummery in Labor Unions, by C.R. Hedlund

Young Vanguard – A Section Devoted to Problems of Working Class Youth

The Curse of Mining Accidents, by M. Bode

The New Industrial Unions – The Mass Organizations of the Workers or Narrow Party Sects, by Arne Swabeck

Cleveland Labor News by John Foley

Where to Buy The Militant


Vol. III No. 6, February 8, 1930, New York, NY
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

Dress Strike on as Schlesinger and Bosses cooperate – Left Wing Can Win Workers by Quitting Isolationist Attitude

What’s Happened to Blumkin? Let Stalin and the American Party Leaders Answer!

City of Chicago Goes Bankrupt, by A.S.

Enormous Profits for U.S. Steel

Hoover and the Farmers, by Peter Hansen

A Repast of the Wild Beasts – French Communist Viewpoint on the London Naval Conference, by Paul Sizoff

New Kind of Trade Union Work, by Carl Skoglund

United Front in Boston in the New Style, by Charlotte Shechet

The “Third Period“ of the Comintern’s Mistakes, by L. D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

The Proletarian and Peasantry in the Indian Revolution, by Max Shachtmam

Foster’s Return and the “New Wind” in the Comintern

Leadership in the Coming Struggles by Arne Swabeck


Vol. III No. 7 [Whole No. 29], February 15, 1930, New York, NY
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

Dressmakers Again Betrayed – “Impartial Commission” Formed to See Out Workers

Imperialist Powers Quarrel at London

Yes or No! Has Blumkin Been Assassinated?

Unemployment Stalks the Middle West

Man versus Machines

35,000 Jobless in New Jersey Industrial Center

Taxi Maintenance Men Join Strikers

Reports Bode Ill for Auto Slaves

Birmingham Wages Miserly, by T.S. Rawlings

Weavers Walk out in Carolina Mill

Help Us Sustain The Militant

The Socialist Party and Radicalization of the Masses, by James P. Cannon

The Fundamental Principle Errors of Syndicalism, by L.D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

The “Third Period” of the Comintern’s Mistakes, by L.D. Trotsky

For an International Conference of the Left, by Martin Abern

Low Wages for Unorganized Miners in W. Va., by August Valentine

Anthracite Takes Heavy Toll in Accidents

The Strike of the Toronto Cloakmakers, by M. Quarter

Pittsburg Cab Drivers on Strike, by James Sifakis

Minneapolis Stalinists Disrupt Ladies Auxiliary, by Clara Kaufman

Minneapolis Workers School

Quaker City Knitters Revolt on Wage Cuts


Vol. III No. 8 [Whole No. 30], February 22, 1930, New York, NY
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

Blumkin Shot!

Unite the Struggle for the Jobless! – Unite Forces on March 6th Demonstrations!

The Party “Answers” on Blumkin – But It Fails to Make a Straightforward Reply to the Questions We Have Raised

Naval Conference at a Standstill

Illinois Jobs Declined

Building Trades Hit in D.C.

The Anti-Soviet Crusaders

Detroit Prosperity

Help Us Sustain The Militant

Passaic Strike Anniversary – Some Lessons in Militant Labor Leadership for the Future, by James P. Cannon

The “Right to Think”, by George Ray

$200,000 Profits and – Unemployment

Can Monopoly Capitalism Be Organized? by Arne Swabeck

An Opposition Group in Mexico Formed

Gastonia Stoolpigeon Got His

American Plan Means 55 Cents for Machinists

Miners Would Like to See Part of the Steel Trust Gold They Produced

Throughout the World of Labor

The “Third Period” of the Comintern’s Mistakes, by L.D. Trotsky

Letter from Moscow: How Stalin Murdered Blumkin: Radek’s Judas Role, by N.

The Russian Opposition Knows Its Path! – Note by the Editorial Board of the Bulletin of the Russian Opposition

Ludlow Killer Rewarded

Billions Made by Big Industrialists

The Situation in the Mining Industry

Typos Defeat Salary Boost

Gain 40-Hour Night Week

“The Great Disciple of Lenin”, by Denis Plarinos

St. Louis Fakers Try Militant Painter

Machinist Unemployment Worst Since 1921!

60,000 Unemployed in K.C.

Rail Workers Discuss Mergers

Our Youth Section


Vol. III No. 9 [Whole No. 31], March 1, 1930, New York, NY
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 Murder of Blumkin is an Act Against the Russian Revolution

Trotsky on Stalin and Blumkin

Build a Broad Movement to Aid The Unemployed

40 Percent Jobless in Bay State

Snow Fails to Bring Jobs to Jobless

Equal Opportunity Mocked by Income Report

Mass. Employment Continues Down

To Many Labor Officials, by C.R. Hedlund

Long Hours in Steel Mills

The New Bedford Textile Workers and Stalinist “Politics”, by Frank Bromley

Conditions of Metal Scrappers, by Chicago worker

Rank and File for Labor Party

The Mining situation and the Tasks of the left Wing – Statement of the National Committee of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

What is “Permanent Revolution”? by L.D. Trotsky

Opposition Serves the Bolshevik Revolution, by L. Trotsky (excerpts from letter)

Quarter Million Jobless in N.C.

Throughout the World of Labor

Actors Equity Deprecates Company Union Plan

St. Louis Jobless Swamp Charities

Imperialist Development and Its Inevitable Doom, by Arne Swabeck

World Textile Sutation Bodes Workers Ill, by Robert W. Dunn

Young Vanguard: A Section Devoted to Problems of the Working Class Youth

Foodless Mother Tries Suicide

Operators Speed-Up Illinois Coal Diggers

War’s Glory, by Peter Hansen


Vol. III No. 10 [Whole No. 32], March 8, 1930, New York, NY
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

Demonstrate on March 6th As Unmployment Grows

Miners! Build left Wing at Springfield

Stalin Persecutes Rakovksy

Over 8,000,000 Women Toil at Low Wages

Flood Control Contractors Gyp Negro Laborers

The Coming Paterson Strike, by Frank Bromley

Miner’s Death Toll Mounts, by Federated Press

Cab Men Reject Scabe Terms, by Arthur G. McDowell

Sailors Face Jobless Problem

Registration of Aliens Fought

New York Open Forum

Have You Read L.D. Trotsky’s The Draft Program of the Communist International?

The Proletarian Revolution and the Shooting of Blumkin, by Martin Abern

“In the Name of God”

The Policy of the Leadership and the Party Regime, by Christian Rakovsky

The Political Situation in Germany and the Crisis in the Communist Party, by Kurt Landau

Workers Nail Employment Lie

Stalinism in Chicago I.L.D., by A Branch Member

Reveals Crime of Archangel Expedition, by Federated Press

No Murder Charge Against this Judge, by Frank L. Palmer

Polish Conditions Grow Rapidly Worse

Long Hours, Low Wages, for Foundry Workers

Mass Unemployment in Rochester

Building on the Chute in Pennsy.

Young Vanguard – A Section Devoted to Problems of the Working Class Youth

The Class Character of the Constitution, by Peter Hansen

Water Cuts in Oil Fields

Rail Telegraphers Add New Members

Trade Union Membership at Standstill

My Part in the October, by L.D. Trotsky

A Letter from England, from Millicent Shooter


Vol. III No. 11 [Whole No. 33], March 15, 1930, New York, NY
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

March 6 and After

London Naval Debacle, by Albert Glotzer

Gold and God United Against Soviets

Haitians Demand End of Wall St. Rule

Amalgamated Engineeers and Firemen, by C.R. Hedlund

Northwestern Shuts Down Roundhouse

Miners Not Consulted in Drawing Up Agreement

Baldwin Locomotive Lays off 1,200

Labor Party in Kenosha

The Paris Commune and the Proletarian Revolution, by Maurice Spector

Auto Industry Moves South, by Robert L. Cruden

Sacco-Vanzetti Case Reopened in Boston

The New Course of the Economy of the Soviet Union – Adventure in Economics and Its Danger, by L.D. Trotsky

Next Steps of the American Workers, by Arne Swabeck

Hoover Speeds Postal Clerks

Throughout the World of Labor

Labor Fakers Attack Aliens

The Militant

Civil Liberties Union Charts Labor Danger Zones

Ella May Lynching O.K.’d

Hosiery Scabs Kill Striker, Wound Two

Open Shop Paper Approves of A.F. of L.

Where to Buy The Militant


Vol. III No. 12 [Whole No. 34], March 22, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Unite for the Unemployed! – Resist Attack of Bossses and Government, by M.A.

The Springfield and Illinois Miners Conventions

Heavy Unemployment Among Clothing Workers

The Aberle Mill Strike in Philly, by M.K. Whitten

Monarchist Spain Refuses Entry to Trotsky

Business Men Jeer Parade of Jobless

Cold Comfort for Workers in Loan Society Report

Rail Clerks Ask Six Hour Day in New Pact

Pittsburg Papers Incomplete on Westinghouse Records

Where to Buy The Militant

N.Y. State Jobe Figures Continue Decline

Destitution Fall Over Northeast Philadelphia

Says Music Wasted on Future Wage Slaves

Workers Help Jobless

Fight Regisration of Foreign-Born

Salvation Army Bread Line Long

The Next Issue

A Letter to the Italian Left Communists (To the Adherents of Comrade Bordiga), by L.D. Trotsky

Letters from the Soviet Union

Employment Sharks Exposed, by Federated Press

Half Million Strikers in India in 1929

Jobles Costs on Charity Mount

Pittsburgh Cabmen fight Traitors

Naval Conference Talks On

Marion Workers Discuss New Strike

Milwaukee Cops Abuse Children in Jail

With Lenin Against Stalin, by L.D. Trotsky

Women Suffer in Present Era

A Seaman on Conditions, by James Russell

Six Months for Refusal to Salute the Flag


Vol. III No. 13 [Whole No. 35], March 29, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Cubans Strike – Defy Machado – Demand Unemployment Relief

Mass Unemployment Continues, by M.A.

Haiti Struggles – Demands Independence from Wall Street Rule, by A.G.

Trotsky Seriously Ill

St. Louis Bus Drivers on Strike for Union

Kansas City Building Trades Win Five-Day Week

The National Textile Union – Sectarian Policy Hindering Organization, by Frank Bromley

Hoover’s Propserity Rack Fades in Middle West

Dynomite in «Dyamic» Detroit

Anthracite Miners Hit by Unemployment

The Shooting of Blumkin – Stalin’s Story in Process of Preparation

Suffering Among Jobless Grows

An Open Letter to All Members of the Leninbund, by L.D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

The Labor Party and the Tasks of the Communists, by Arne Swabeck

Milwaukee Communists Appeal Workhouse Sentences

Unifying the Left Opposition, by the Editoral Board of the Russian Bulletin of the Opposition (Bolshevik-Leninists)

Injuction Judge Halts Union Taxi Service

Attention, Boston! The Struggle in the I.W.C.

Building Trades Drop in Mass.

Buffalo Charity Outlay Climbs Steadily

Shopmen Work 5 Days to Avert Layoffs

Independent Workemen’s Circle Confronted by a Split, by L. Schlosberg

Naval Parley Sinking


Vol. III No. 14 [Whole No. 36], April 5, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Pittsburgh Taxi Men Solid on 12th Week

In the Next Issue

Relieve Unemployment – Demand Large-Scale Credits to Soviet Union, by Martin Abern

Sharp Decline In Illionois Construction

Building Workers Ask Mooney-Billing’s Release

Yellow-Dog Judge – Hoover Nominee for Supreme Court

Polishing the Guns for the Next War

The A.F. of L. in the South, by A.S.

Labor Haters Merge Forces

Auto Bosses in Struggle for World Markets

State Labor Head Shows Heavy Unemployment in Michigan

No Compensation for Fingerless Boys

Type Men Meet in September

Communist League to Print Important Books

Buffalo Unemployment Heavy

From a Southern Worker, from J.J.

The Period of Right-Centrist Down-Sliding in the C.I., by L.D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

Gandhi’s Policy and the Proletarian Movement

The Split in the Leninbund, by Roman Well

Trench Episodes A.D. 1936, A Short Story by Bertram Chambers

“Services No Longer Required”, by C. Curtis

Misery Wages for S.C. Bag Workers

In the Opposition Ranks – Internationl Left Forms Provisional Bureau

Northern China Organizes Opposition


Vol. III No. 15 [Whole No. 37], April 12, 1930. New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The 5 Year Plan and World Unemployment, by L.D. Trotsky

Rally Workers on May Day

Opposition Paper Published on the Argentine

St. Louis Busmen Win Strike

12 W.Va. Miners Fatally Gassed

6-Hour Day Aim of Twin City Rail Workers

Minnesota’s “Farmer-Labor” Meet – The “Practical” Politicians and Business Men Take Charge

Labor Party Sentiment Polled in Philly

Toothless Foster Silent at Party Plenum

Economic Reaction World-Wide

20,000 Rush Ford’s Plant for Work

The Situation Among the Coal Miners, by Arne Swabeck

Machines Displace More Miners

Sixteen Coal Miners Die in Blast

Steel Slaves Need Union

Throughout the World of Labor

Japanese Radical Held for Deporation

Sellier is Right – Lovestone Wrong, by M.S.

Police Kill Worker at Anti-Fascist Meet

Naval Parley Bound for “Davy Jone’s Locker”

Rochester Typos Share Jobs with Unemployed

Where to Buy The Militant

Street Railwaymen Ask Raise

Beating the War Drums

Trotsky on Foster and Lovestone

No Wage Increase for Memphis Street Car Men

Capitalism Blames for Crime Problem

Police Board Approves Blackjacking

Students Back Jobless Against Police

Fines and Jail for Jobless

Letters from the Militants


Vol. III No. 16 [Whole No. 37], April 19, 1930, New York, NY Saturday
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Five Communists Framed – Unite Working Class Forces for May Day Demonstrations, by Martin Abern

L.D. Trotsky’s Autobiography My Life

Corporations Make Huge Profits

The Naval Conference “Agrees”

Rakovsky’s Illness

Corporations Make Huge Profits

B. of L.E. Convention – A Program of Action fo the Engineers, by C.R. Hedlund

Illinois Elections Ignore Worker’s Needs

Stalin Silent on Blumkin; Jacquemonte Speaks

Railroad Workers to Meet on 6-Hour Day, by O. Coover

Dispatchers Need Shorter Hours

Washington Governor Pardons Crooks, Refuses Wobblies

Altanta Threatens Death to Communist Organizers

$50,000 Minimum Budget for Young N.Y. Banker

The Ultra-Left Policy on Right Dregs, by L.D. Trotsky

Throughout the World of Labor

The Lessons of Capitulations – Necrolgical Reflections, by ALFA (Leon Trotsky)

Book Review: Karl Marx, the Man, by James P. Cannon

Harvester Profits Soar; Lay off Men

Newark Jobless Haunt Newspaper Office to Scan Want Ads

Wisconsin Federation Meets July 15

Expose Revolting Conditions in Canneries

Letters from the Militants

American Capitalist Development, by C.I.

Where to Buy The Militant


Vol. III No. 17 [Whole No. 38], April 26, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

International Labor Day

I.L.P. “Turns Left”

May Day in New York – With the Militant Workers – Against Whalen and the Legionaries! – All Workers Out to Rutgers Square on the First of May

Unemployment Unrelieved

The Policy of Bluff in the N.T.W.U.

Blumkin Issue Will Not Down, from La Verité

Ford Makes Profits on Men

$25 Minimum for N.Y. Girl

Police Charge Into Crowd of Jobless

Pittsburgh Car Men Stand Pat for More Pay

Furniture Workers Get 49 Cent Wage

Jobless Told to Leave Detroit

Bankers Move Phila. Hosiery Co. South to Get Scab Labor

The Autobiography of Leon Trotsky, by Max Shachtman

“Pure and Transparent as Crystal”, by ALFA (Leon Trotsky)

The Crisis of Italian Fascism (Faenza and Milan), from Prometeo

A New Stage of the International Communist Opposition, by Maurice Spector

Mexican White Terror Continues

Mooney Incensed by Liberty Mystery Yarn

The Events in India, by A.G.

The Persecutions of the Indonesian Revolutionaries

Soviet-American Trade Up 61%

Phila. Shoe Workers Await Militant Union Lead

Letters from the Militants

Where To Buy The Militant


Volume III No. 18 New York, NY Saturday, May 3, 1930
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

A Big Step Forward – The International Conference of the Left Opposition, by Max Shachtman

Conflict Sharp in India – The Popular Militant Spirit

The Left Wing and the Amalgamated Convention

The Marine Workers Convention, by S.M. Rose

Attention!

Printers Privileged Position Doomed

The Seamen’s Convention – Bureaucracy Perfected! by John Horne

200 Men Control U.S. Industry

Illinois Jobs Much Scarcer Than a Year Ago

On Seattle: A Correction

In Our Next Number

Street Car Men Demand 6-Day Week

Throughout the World of Labor

The May Day Meetings

A Telegram to Comrade Leon Trotsky

In the Party – The N.Y. District is Re-organized, by B.T.

The Men’s Clothing Union – In the Amalgamated: From Class Struggle to Class Collaboration, [by A. Schneider]

In the Soviet Union – Stalin Assassinates Two More!

A Little Purification, by James Sifakis

Message to Siberia, by Pushkin (Poem translated by Max Eastman)

In the Railroad Brotherhoods – The Legislative Board Game, by C.R. Hedlund

A “Broad” May Day Conference

Shall Three More Workers Burn? by Frank Bromley

From Hillquit to Lovestone – Pointed Parallel Between Two Generations of National Socialism, by Marsh

Ross Arrested in Minneapolis

Billings’ Release “Postponed”

Trotsky’s Autobiography Free!

Under the Lash of Unemployment


Vol. III No. 19, May 10, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Whalen’s Anti-Red Forgeries

Peshawur and the Gandhi Arrest

N.Y. Jobs Scarcest Since 1914

Judge Denies Bail to Foster, Minor, Amter

Wall Street Speaks – Hoover’s Bunk

After May Day’s Demonstrations

Little Piece of Forgotten History

Bluff, Brother, Bluff! Someone Will Believe It

Trotsky’s Autobiography Free!

In the Amalgamated – Hillman and the Left Wing, by A. Schneider

Stalinist Splitting – Bordiga Expelled, by X.

A Visit to the Island of Prinkipo, by M.S.

Internationalism and the Theory of “Exceptionalism”, by L.D. Trotsky

Character and Limits of Our Faction, by James P. Cannon

“The Case of Roy Stephens”

Unemployment in Minneapolis, by Carl Cowl

After Yen Bay – The Revolt in Indo-China, by an Indochinese Communist

The Inconsistency of the S.L.P., by Harold Preece

Doonping on China – Charlatanism as a Cover for the Concealment of Adventurism

In the Soviet Union – And the Kulak?


Vol, III No. 20, May 17, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

MacDonald’s Assault on India, by Max Shachtman

The Week

The “Red” Guerilla War in China – Stalinist Adventurism, by Niel-Sih

Cooperatives Confer at Superior, by M.S.

Plan Two Toronto Dress Strikes, by Young Dressmaker

Johnstone’s “Self-Criticism” – Crisis in the Needle Trades

Prelude to a President’s Swan-Song, by B.T.

From Bad to Worse

Internationalism and the Theory of “Exceptionalism”, by Leon Trotsky (continued)

In the Party

In Italy – Crisis in the Communist Party, by H.S.

The Socialist Party and the Prospects for Communism, by Arne Swabeck

A National Tour for the Communist League

A.C.W. Convention – Hillman’s Record for Toronto, by A. Schneider

Trotsky’s Book Free!

Books for Workers

T.U.U.L. – “Mass Work” in Philly, by J. Archipenko

Proposes Fight for Jobless in Chicago Labor Body, by [illegible]


Vol. III No. 21, May 24, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Left Wing Needle Trades Crisis, by M.S.

The Week

Stalinist Brutalities in Russia

In the Party

Our National Tour – New York Begins with a Successful Meeting

After the May Day Meeting in Boston, by A.K.

An Open Letter to the Members of the C.P.S.U.(b), by L.D. Trotsky

In Italy – How Does Italian Fascism Stand Today? by Akros

A Stalinist Canard

The I.L.P. – Saviors of Reform

Unemployment – A Capitalist Monstrosity, by George Roberts

The Fight for Harry Eisman, by Geo. Clarke

Ruining a Movement – Decline of the Chinese Communist Party, by Niel-Sih

Trotsky’s Book Free!

Throws Hundreds Out of Jobs

Attention!

The Young Vanguard


Vol. III No. 22, June 7, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Electric Chair Threat for Left Organizers

Indian Ferment and Chinese Lessons, by Maurice Spector

Build Mass Movement for Mar. 6 Jailed

Maintain the Weekly Militant!

Deny Aid to Meerut Victims

Our National Tour

The Blumkin Assassination

Rank and File Unrest in the Amalgamated

In Germany – The “New” Turn in the C.I., by K.L.

In France – the Impending Crisis in the Party, by S.G.

An Open Letter to the Members of the C.P.S.U.(b), by Leon Trotsky (continued)

A Tribute from a So. African Militant, by Manuel Lopes

In Italy – Italian Fascism and the Economic Crisis, by Akros

Rationalization and the Capitalist Monopoly

The Plenum of the American Communist Opposition, by James P. Cannon

Mexico Stalinists Continue Splitting

Social Democracy Betrayed – Answer to a Socialist Worker, by M.SP.

The Suicide of Vladimir Mayakovsky

A Stalinized Ten Days That Shook the World, by W.P.S.

Towards the XVI Congress of the C.P.S.U. – Dissolving the Communist Party into the Class, by N. Markin

Trifling With the Textile Workers Union, by Frank Bromley


Vol. III No. 23, June 14, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
James P. Cannon
Martin Abern
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Back to Lenin – Manifesto to the Rank and File and Seventh National Convention of the C.P.U.S.A., from the National Committee of the Communist League of America (Opposition)

Left Needle Workers Convention Meets

Rally to the Weekly

Save Georgia Class War Prisoners

For the Unity of Communist Ranks

Militant Outing

Senate Red-Baiting Probe Starts

Our National Tour – Meetings Stir Great Enthusiasm

Scab Gunman is Acquitted

Leftist Sectarianism in Toronto Needle Trades

Upholsterers Organize to Fight Speed-Up

The Work in the Old Unions

Klorkeit #2 (Organ of the Jewish Left Opposition in France, published in Yiddish)

The Slogan of the National Assembly in China, by L.D. Trotsky

In the International Opposition – Pertinent Questions to the Prometeo Group, by L.D. Trotsky

The Economic Crisis

In Germany – The Menace of Fascism, by K.L.

Lovestone’s “Americanism”, by George Clarke

Discussion – Communism and the Negro Problem, by K.M. Whitten

The Role of American Imperialism

Spanish Left Organ Appears

An Open Letter to the Members of the C.P.S.U.(b), by Leon Trotsky (concluded)

Barred from Union Activity for “Trotskyism”, by Charlie Bryne

My Life and Its Critics – DeWitt, Browder and Gold on Trotsky’s Autobiography, by James P. Cannon

World Union Membership Declines

The Young Vanguard

Bigger and Better Wars


Vol. III No. 24, June 21, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Unemployment and Communist Tactics

Defeat the Capitalist Offensive! – Organize United Front Against Unemployment and Wage Cuts! by Maurice Spector

Hugo Oehler Joins Opposition, by Hugo Oehler (Personal Statement)

The Hawley-Smoot Tariff and American Imperialism, by Maurice Spector

Do Your Share!

Aftermath of the Needle Trades Convention – 1. Questions of a Left Wing Program, by James P. Cannon

Delegations to U.S.S.R. and the Opposition, by Jan Frankel

Trade Union Policy

A Squeak in the Apparatus – (A Popular Explanation of Rights and Lefts), by Leon Trotsky

In Germany – Comintern Loses Fresh Opportunity, by Roman Well

In Mexico – Diego Rivera Retires from Political Life

In France – Opposition Defends Indo-Chinese Rebels, by P. Naville

Towards a Concrete Program of Action, by M.SP.

The Party and the Unorganized Masses

In India – The C.I. and Two-Class Parties, by Joseph Carter

Flaunt Royal Courts at British Workers, by M. Shooter

One Year of Labor Government

Our National Tour – Shachtman’s Tour is Extended

Red Army Men Urge Trotsky’s Recall

Where to Buy the Militant

Capitalist “Disarmament”

U.S. Imperialist Contradictions

New York Open Air Meetings

Militant Outing

Win Five-Day Week


Vol. III No. 25, June 28, 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Jobless Millions Must Organize! – Demand Immediate Relief! by Maurice Spector

Demonstrate for the Indian Revolution!

Bureaucrats Rule C.P. Convention

N.Y. Party-Y.C.L. Group for Opposition, signed by Harry Milton, et al.

In Canada – Stalinist Officials Sabotage Communist Unity, by M.Q.

In India – Simon Report Declares War on Revolution, by M.S.

Our National Tour – Meetings Mark Left Advance

Operators Prey Upon Passivity of the Coal Miners, by Arne Swabeck

Revolutionary Age Barred from Mails

A Squeak in the Apparatus – (A Popular Explanation of Rights and Lefts), by L.D. Trotsky

The New Unions and the United Front

In Germany – Fascist Gains in Saxony

General Strike in Spain

Where to Buy The Militant

Switchmen’s Union Convention

Aftermath of the Needle Trades Convention – 2. Character of the Right Wing Unions, by James P. Cannon

The Young Vanguard

Self-Criticism

License for the Shriners, Clubs for Workers, by S. [illegible]


Vol. III No. 26, July 12, 1930 New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

Mooney–Billings Stay Jailed – Appellate Court Turns Down Foster, Minor, Amter and Raymond

Appeal to Our Readers

Lovestone’s Symbol!

Capitalist Murder on the Streets! by S—n

The Crisis in the Communist Movement – New Party Forces Continue to Join the Communist Opposition

Aftermath of Needle Trades Convention – 3. Tactics and Slogans for the Left Wing Struggle, by James P. Cannon

First Henri Barbusse – Is Michael Gold Next?

The Revolution in India – Its Tasks and its Dangers, by L.D. Trotsky

Some Stalinist Activities in Czecho-Slovakia, by Jan

Public Warning!

Lessons of the Chinese Revolution – The Constituent Assembly and Soviets, by Arne Swabeck

Independent Workmen’s Circle, by Ro—ein

A Review and Criticism – The Communists in the South, by Hugo Oehler

India – Browder vs. Luhani

Open Letter to the C.P. on the Elections, by the N.Y. Branch of the C.L.A. (Opposition)

Solidarity on the Streets – New York Demonstrates for India, by Sp.

A Stalino-Fascist Attack – Cleveland Workers Reply to Hooliganism, by M.

“Clarification”, by Reva Craine

The Opposition in Brazil

The Foster Faction


Vol. III No. 27, July 26, 1930 New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

What Fish Committee Means – A Fighting United Front Needed Against the Sharpening Offensive of the Capitalist Class, by Maurice Spector

The 16th Congress of the C.P.S.U.

A Forced Retreat

The Mass Workers Join the Opposition! – George J. Saul Also Demands that Party Reinstate Our Group, by George J. Saul

The Chicago Conference – The Unemployed Gather, by Arne Swabeck

Yes or No?

The Iron Heel Grinds Mexican Labor, by R.B.

Northwest Experiences – Farmer– Laborism in Action, by A. Ekstrom

France – Opposition Progress, by S. Gordon

Why Doesn’t Lovestone Answer Trotsky?

The Man Stalin Chose to Succeed Blumkin! by O.

Klorkeit No. 4

What the New Masses Refused to Print – Concerning the “Defenders” of the October Revolution, by L.D. Trotsky

Hypocrisy for Art’s Sake in the New MassesCorrespondence between Max Eastman, Walt Carmon, Mike Gold

Notes of a Journalist – (Concerning Zinoviev, Manuilsky and “Radovoy”), by Alfa (Trotsky)

Correction

Opposition Problems – Deeper into the Party! by James P. Cannon

The Truth About the Bolivian “Revolution”, by Camilo Torres

A Review and Criticism – The Communists in the South, by Hugo Oehler

The Lying Campaign, by Lillian Bord

The Sources of Manuilsky and Co., by D.

The Young Vanguard

Camp Nitgedaiget in Boston by C.D.

Just Out! (Bulletin of Russian Opposition, Double No. 12–13 for June–July 1930)


Vol. III No. 28, August 15, 1930 New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The Wage– Cutting Drive – What Green’s Sellout to Hoover and the Bosses Really Means to American Workers

What’s Going On in China, by Maurice Spector

Is Sylvia Bleeker to Be Expelled?

Our Class War Prisoners Must Be Freed!

The National Miners’ Union Passes, by Marsh

The Big-Hearted Boss ... (cartoon)

The Real Results of August First

Wherein Lies the Difference between Them? by J.

How the 16th Party Congress Was Prepared – The Persecution of the Russian Bolshevik Opposition, by N. Markin

Between Black and Red – The Danger of Fascism in Germany, by Kurt Landau

A letter on Michael Gold, from R.

Notes of a Journalist (Who Is Responsible for the “Turns”; Yakovlev’s General Line), by Alfa (Trotsky)

The Right Wing Moves Closer to Social Democracy, by S—n

A Saslavsky Doesn’t Change

Group vs. Branch Banking – A Struggle of Interests in the Ranks of the Capitalist Class, by H.

Stalinists Lose Their Heads in Boston, by L. Schlossberg

Where Does the Italian Opposition Stand?

A Review and Criticism – The Communists in the South, by Hugo Oehler

Strong-Arm Stalinism Defeated in N.Y.

A Correction on China

Klorkeit No. 4

Blumkin’s Successor – Stalin and his Agabekov, by A.

Comrade A.C. Miller Suspended

A Slanderer Answered – Who and Where Are the Real Deserters?

The Epoch of Stalin, by Valentin Olberg


Vol. III No. 29, 1 September 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The Military Revolt in Peru, by Russell Blackwell

Vote Communist! – Against the Parties of Unemployment and Wage-Cuts, and the “Socialist” Reformers, by S—n

Blumkin Dead – Is Rakovsky Next?

Carolina Demands Its Pound of Flesh

“Third Period” Bluff – Bessemer City Strikes Again, by Hugo Oehler

News from Southern California, by B.B.

The Liberals’ Pet Union – After the A.C.W. Convention, by A. Schneider

James McInerney

Maurice Malkin Stands with the Opposition! by Maurice L. Malkin

Case of Cold Feet, by A.A. Buehler

Who Will Prevail? from the Bulletin of the Opposition (Bolshevik-Leninists)

In the International – Where Is the British Party? by “Black Diamond”

Self-Determination – The Problem of Mobilizing the Negroes in the Class Struggle, by H.

The Fight of the New York Plumbers Helpers, by J. Sprague

Problems of the Revolutionary Movement – A Statement of Views on Some Disputed Questions, by Albert Weisbord

Slander Won’t Win, by J. Chiplowitz

A Revolutionary “Social Fascist”

A Review and Criticism – The Communists in the South, by Hugo Oehler

Blackmailers Cloaked in Red Mantles, by Joseph Keller

The Young Vanguard


Vol. III No. 30, 15 September 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

In Stalin’s Exile – Rakovsky in Danger! by N.N.

Issues in the Elections – Capitalist Parties Put Up Fake Issues to Conceal Jobless Sufferings

A Yankee Revolution in the Argentine

The German Elections

George Saul Tours for Opposition

An Opportunist Campaign – The Communist Party in the Elections, by S—n

Comrade Andres Nin Expelled from Russia

Our Reply to the Right Wing – Lovestone’s “United Front” Maneuver, by the National Committee C.L.A. (Opposition)

An Answer and a Challenge to a Debate, from Communist League of America (Opposition)

Socialist Indignation

Stalin as a Theoretician, by Leon Trotsky

Notes of a Journalist, by Alfa (Trotsky)

A Reply to Comrade Weisbord, by the National Committee C.L.A. (Opposition)

Problems of the Revolutionary Movement – A Statement of Views on Some Disputed Questions, by Albert Weisbord

Read Number 14 Bulletin of the Russian Opposition

A Letter from Shanghai – What is Going On In China? by Peter

In the Party – Why I Joined the Left Opposition, by Sylvia Bleeker

Stalinist Party Folly in St. Louis, by H.L. Goldberg

Books for Workers

Vol. III No. 31, 1 October 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

China – Manifesto of the International Left Opposition, by Provisional International Secretariat of the Communist Opposition

Hoover Advises Labor – Workers’ United Front vs. “Optimistic” Pledges! by S—n

Boris Selinitchenko

Danville Workers Out on Strike, by Frank Bromley

Under the Lash of Unemployment

The Hillman– Beckerman Union – How Do the Cutters Stand? by Albert Orland

Wipe Hooliganism Out of the Movement!

Stalin as a Theoretician, by Leon Trotsky

Four New Organs of the Left Opposition

Mimeograph Wanted

The German Dilemma: Communism or Fascism?

On Maurice Malkin

Radek’s Novitiate – What is Social-Fascism? by Alfa (Trotsky)

A Case of Base Ingratitude

Who Is “Betraying” Labor Defense Unity?

Besmirching the IWW

Pearls of Priceless Purity

Just Received – Klorkeit No. 6

Stalinist Antics in California, by B.B.

Our National Tour – Good Meetings for Saul in Mid– West Cities

The Militant Needs Aid!

Quotations That Somehow Do Not Tally ...

A Persecuted Socialist

Weisbord’s Statement


Vol. III No. 32, 1 November 1930, New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

13 Years of Russian Revolution, by S—n

Results of the Election

In the Next Issue

The Coming Dressmakers Strike – The Bureaucratic Leadership Fails to Make Real Preparations, by Sylvia Bleeker

Sylvan Pollock for the Opposition, by Sylvan A. Pollock (Pen name “Frank Bromley”)

Against Opportunism and Adventurism of the Right Wing! – On the Proposal for a New Farmer-Labor Party Fraud, from the National Committee of the C.L.A. (Opposition), per Max Shachtman

Marine Workers  Rank and File Revolts – Against the Stalinist Union Bureaucracy! by Marine Workers Industrial Union Rank and File Committee

A Concrete Program on the Unemployed, by Albert Weisbord

Urgent Appeal!

Our Study Classes

After the German Elections – Where is Thaelmann Leading the German Party? by Kurt Landau

Young Vanguard, by J.F.

The Civil War in Brazil, by R. Blackwell


Vol. III No. 33, 15 November 1930 New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

The Plot Against the Soviets – Stalin Imprisoned the Opposition Bolsheviks and Allowed the Counter-Revolutionists to Get Into Positions of Power, by S.—n

For a Genuine United Front of the Millinery Workers, by S.M. Rose

Illinois Miners – Are Walker and Lewis Going to Unite? – Howat and the Rank and File Movement, by Joseph Angelo

New Seamen’s “International”, by Red Seaman

The Big Efficiency Union – The Benefits of Hillmanism, by Albert Orland

Rose Karsner Bus. Manager

The A.F. of L. Convention and the November Election, by Max Shachtman

How Stalin-Bucharin Destroyed the Chinese Revolution, a letter by Tchen Du Hsiu

A Pillar of Stalinism

Molotov’s Prosperity in Knowledge, by T.

Stalin as a Theoretician, by Leon Trotsky

Young Vanguard

A Plan – For You to Study

The Peasants’ International and the Anti-Imperialist League

Opposition Group in Bulgaria


Vol. III No. 34, 1 December 1930 New York, NY
THE MILITANT
Weekly Organ of the Communist League of America [Opposition]

EDITORIAL BOARD:
Martin Abern
James P. Cannon
Max Shachtman
Maurice Spector
Arne Swabeck

For the Thirty-Hour Week! – No Wage Reduction – For Social Insurance – Against the Petition Delusion – For Credits to Russia

Mother Jones Dies

Will Release Comrade Malkin December 20

To Members of the Communist League of America (Opposition) and Sympathizers

Two Events in the Labor Movement – The Railroad Brotherhoods Meet, by Arne Swabeck

Lessons of the Marine Workers Union Struggle

Left Wing’s False Course – T.U.U.L. and Amalgamated, by Albert Orland

Litvinov at Geneva

Social Reformism in the United States, by Oehler

Stalin Grants Two Interviews, by Max Shachtman

Weisbord’s Proposals on Unemployment

How Stalin-Bucharin Destroyed the Chinese Revolution, a letter by Tchen Du Hsui

The Life of the Exiled and Imprisoned Russian Opposition, by N. Markin

Stalin as a Theoretician, by Leon Trotsky

Slander Answered – Pollack Case: A Statement of Fact, by the National Committee of the C.L.A. (Opposition)

A Dance in Chicago

Chicago Study Class

 


Last updated on: 11 January 2017