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The Daily Worker

The Daily Worker was a Communist daily newspaper published in the US in the 20th century.

Publication History

The Daily Worker began in 1922 as The Worker, a successor to The Toiler. It was renamed the Daily Worker in 1924 after adopting a daily publication schedule. No issue or contribution copyright renewals exist for this newspaper. The paper ceased publication in 1958, though it later revived as The Worker, with a less frequent publication schedule. The current successor of the paper is People's World, an online-only publication.

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