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The New Masses, Issues of 1938 - Previous Year / Next Year
51 Issues, 1,045 Articles, 1,782pp: January 4, 1938 to December 21, 1938

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Issues of Jan.-Mar.
  • January 4 What Teruel Means to Franco by James Hawthorne - PDF
  • January 11 Hague Does the Reactionary by James Macready - PDF
  • January 18 Deadlock in the City Council by Kalmun Hecht - PDF
    How Ruthless Tammany Efficiency Robbed New York Progressives of Complete Victory
  • January 25 Why Rumania Went Fascist by F. Elwyn Jones - PDF
  • February 1 New Hope for the New Deal by Marguerite Young - PDF
  • February 8 The Strategy of the Eighth Route Army by Mao Tse-Tung - PDF
    An Interview with James Bertram
  • February 15 Hitler's Second Crisis by Gabriel Peri - PDF
    A Cable
  • February 22 The Active Search for Peace by Congressman Byron N. Scott and Jerry J. ... - PDF
    The Progressives Get Together
  • March 1 Concerted Action or Isolation? by Earl Browder - PDF
    Which Is the Path to Peace?
  • March 8 The Isolationist United Front by Earl Browder - PDF
    The Second Article of a Series
  • March 15 The Moscow Trial by Joshua Kunitz - PDF
  • March 22 After Europe's Black Friday by Gabriel Peri - PDF
    France Appraises Hitler's Coup
  • March 29 The Naval Bill and a Peace Program by Earl Browder - PDF
Issues of Apr.-Jun.
  • April 5 Standard Oil vs. Mexico by Marc Frank - PDF
    A Report from Tampico
  • April 12 Monthly Literary Section - PDF
  • April 19 Labor Unity and the Elections by Congressman J.T. Bernard - PDF
  • April 26 But---Catalonia Broke Napoleon by Joseph North - PDF
    A Cable from Spain
  • May 3 Which Way to Peace? by Marguerite Young - PDF
    The Great Debate
  • May 10 Inside France by Theodore Draper - PDF
  • May 17 America Can Halt Japan by Paul G. McManus - PDF
  • May 24 Meet the Communists! by Ruth McKenney - PDF
    The Party: Its Organization, Its Members; What It Does and How It Does It
  • May 31 Washington Weighs La Follette by Marguerite Young - PDF
  • June 7 The Court Confesses Error by Louis B. Boudin - PDF
  • June 14 Can England Get Rid of Chamberlain? by R. Palme Dutt - PDF
    How Strong Is Labor?
  • June 21 If the Nazis Attack by Colonel Stanislav Yester - PDF
    The Strategy of the Czech Defense
  • June 28 Whose Politics in Relief? by Marguerite Young - PDF
Issues of Jul.-Sep.
  • July 5 The New Deal: 1933-1938 by A.B. Magil - PDF
  • July 12 China's Year of War by V.A. Yakhontoff - PDF
  • July 19 "Happy Harlem" by Mary MacFarland - PDF
  • July 26 Inside Fascist Italy by Margareta West - PDF
  • August 2 Your Health, America! by Harriet Silverman - PDF
  • August 9 Palestine: Is There a Solution? by Maurice Samuel and Paul Novick - PDF
    A Discussion
  • August 16 The World Youth Congress by Richard H. Rovere - PDF
  • August 23 A Report on the South by Earl Browder - PDF
    First Article
  • August 30 Cardenas: Interviewing by Myra Page - PDF
    Mexico's President
  • September 6 Before Europe's Storm by R. Palme Dutt - PDF
  • September 13 Man Behind a Counter by Joseph Starobin - PDF
    The First of a Series on the Little Business Man
  • September 20 Is It War? - PDF
    An Editorial
  • September 27 Stop the Sell-Out! by Earl Browder - PDF
Issues of Oct.-Dec.
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