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The Liberator

The Liberator was an American radical labor magazine published in the early 20th century.

Publication History

The Liberator was founded in 1918 by editors who had formerly worked on the shut-down "Masses" periodical. It continued until 1924, when it merged with The Labor Herald and the Soviet Russia Pictorial to form the Workers Monthly. No issue or contribution copyright renewals are active; a contribution by Edna St. Mincent Millay, renewed with a claimed publication date of May 1923, actually ran in the October 1922 issue, and is now public domain in the US.

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