Early American Communist newspapers in English

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Left-wing socialist factions (c.1917-1921)

The Class Struggle, New York, 1917-1919. Final paper issued by the Communist Labor Party.

The New York Communist, New York, 1919. Absorbed by The Revolutionary Age in June 1919.

The Revolutionary Age, Boston (later New York), 1918-1919. In 1919 became associated with the Communist Labor Party.

(Old) Communist Party of America (Sep. 1919- May 1921)

The Communist, Chicago, 1919-1921. [http://lccn.loc.gov/36011314 & http://lccn.loc.gov/36011313]
ed.: Louis C. Fraina
Associate editor: I. E. Ferguson

Communist Labor Party (Aug. 1919- May 1920)

The Toiler, Cleveland (and New York?), 1919-1922. Continuation of The Ohio Socialist, Cleveland, 1919. [http://lccn.loc.gov/sn88078683]

Communist Labor Party News, Cleveland?, 1919.

Communist Labor, ???, 1919-1920. [http://lccn.loc.gov/sv89093344]

The Voice of Labor, New York?, 1919?. John Reed, ed.

United Communist Party of America (May 1920- May 1921)

The Communist, Chicago, 1920-1921. [http://lccn.loc.gov/36012748]

 (Unified) Communist Party of America (May 1921-1923); Workers Party of America (1921-1925); Workers (Communist) Party of America (1925-1929); Communist Party USA (1929-present)

The Communist, ???, 1921-1922?. [http://lccn.loc.gov/34016978]

Workers’ Challenge, New York, 1920?-1921. [http://lccn.loc.gov/unk83027501 & http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b2169684~S39a]

The Worker, Cleveland, Chicago, and New York, 1922-1924.

The Voice of Labor, Chicago, 1921-1923?. [http://www.library.illinois.edu/inp/results_full_public.php?oclc=25674621]

The Daily Worker, Chicago and New York, 1924-1958.