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The Toiler

The Toiler was a Socialist and Communist newspaper that was published in the early 1920s. It was a predecessor to the national Communist newspaper, the Daily Worker.

Publication History

The Toiler began life as The Ohio Socialist (whose issues are listed separately), but was renamed The Toiler in late 1919. It eventually moved from Cleveland to New York. In 1922, it absorbed another publication, The Workers' Council, and soon thereafter was renamed The Worker (and eventually The Daily Worker).

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