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Socialist Appeal: An Organ of Revolutionary Socialism
Socialist Appeal: An Organ of Revolutionary Socialism was "an organ of revolutionary socialism" pushed in the US during the Great Depression.
Socialist Appeal: An Organ of Revolutionary Socialism began in Chicago in 1935, shortly after the original "Militant" newspaper (listed separately), appears to have ceased publication. In 1937, Socialist Appeal: An Organ of Revolutionary Socialism moved to New York, and restarted its issue numbering. It appears to have run under this name until 1941, when it was retitled "The Militant", and continued publication under that revived name. No issue copyright renewals are known to exist for this periodical.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1935-1937: Selected issues from the Chicago-based volumes are available at marxists.org. Some issues not on that site are linked below.
- 1937: Volume 1 of the New York publication is online at marxists.org.
- 1938: Volume 2 of the New York publication is online at marxists.org. Some of the individual issues may be misnumbered, but all appear to be there.
- 1939: Volume 3 of the New York publication is online at marxists.org.
- 1940-1941: Volume 4 and the start of volume 5, before the point where the publication was renamed "The Militant", are online at marxists.org.
- 1935: The Internet Archive has fragments of Volume 2, number 2, dated November-December 1935. I would be happy to hear of a more complete scan of this issue.
- 1936: The Internet Archive has Volume 2, number 6, dated July 1936.
- 1936: The Internet Archive has Volume 2, number 11, dated December 1936.
- 1937-1940: The Marxists' Internet Archive has issues from Socialist Appeal's second series, before it was retitled the Militant.
- Issues of The Militant, the paper that both preceded and succeeded this one, can also be found online.
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