History: USA: Publications: Voice of Labor (1923-1924)
Voice of Labor
CONTENTS BY ISSUE
(1923 – 1944)
Transcribers Note: Voice of Labor was a the journal of the “The American Labor Educational Society” published out of Chicago, which was simply a name designed to get around U.S. censorship and provide a legal frame work for publishing this newspaper written by leading members of the new formed Workers (Communist) Party.
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