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The New Masses Archives
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  • The New Masses
    Total Archives: 16 Years, 638 Issues, 11,940 Articles, 20,252pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1930s
      = 7 Years, 251 Issues, 5,204 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1940s
        = 9 Years, 387 Issues, 6,736 Articles
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        1. The New Masses,
          January 4, 1938 Issue, 23 Articles, 32pp
          What Teruel Means to Franco by James Hawthorne
        2. The New Masses,
          January 11, 1938 Issue, 22 Articles, 62pp
          Hague Does the Reactionary by James Macready
        3. The New Masses,
          January 18, 1938 Issue, 20 Articles, 32pp
          Deadlock in the City Council by Kalmun Hecht
          How Ruthless Tammany Efficiency Robbed New York Progressives of Complete Victory
        4. The New Masses,
          January 25, 1938 Issue, 18 Articles, 32pp
          Why Rumania Went Fascist by F. Elwyn Jones
        5. The New Masses,
          February 1, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          New Hope for the New Deal by Marguerite Young
        6. The New Masses,
          February 8, 1938 Issue, 18 Articles, 48pp
          The Strategy of the Eighth Route Army by Mao Tse-Tung
          An Interview with James Bertram
        7. The New Masses,
          February 15, 1938 Issue, 20 Articles, 32pp
          Hitler's Second Crisis by Gabriel Peri
          A Cable
        8. The New Masses,
          February 22, 1938 Issue, 22 Articles, 32pp
          The Active Search for Peace by Congressman Byron N. Scott and Jerry J. O'Connell
          The Progressives Get Together
        9. The New Masses,
          March 1, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          Concerted Action or Isolation? by Earl Browder
          Which Is the Path to Peace?
        10. The New Masses,
          March 8, 1938 Issue, 17 Articles, 32pp
          The Isolationist United Front by Earl Browder
          The Second Article of a Series
        11. The New Masses,
          March 15, 1938 Issue, 17 Articles, 32pp
          The Moscow Trial by Joshua Kunitz
        12. The New Masses,
          March 22, 1938 Issue, 17 Articles, 32pp
          After Europe's Black Friday by Gabriel Peri
          France Appraises Hitler's Coup
        13. The New Masses,
          March 29, 1938 Issue, 18 Articles, 32pp
          The Naval Bill and a Peace Program by Earl Browder
        14. The New Masses,
          April 5, 1938 Issue, 18 Articles, 32pp
          Standard Oil vs. Mexico by Marc Frank
          A Report from Tampico
        15. The New Masses,
          April 12, 1938 Issue, 23 Articles, 56pp
          Monthly Literary Section
        16. The New Masses,
          April 19, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          Labor Unity and the Elections by Congressman J.T. Bernard
        17. The New Masses,
          April 26, 1938 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
          But---Catalonia Broke Napoleon by Joseph North
          A Cable from Spain
        18. The New Masses,
          May 3, 1938 Issue, 16 Articles, 32pp
          Which Way to Peace? by Marguerite Young
          The Great Debate
        19. The New Masses,
          May 10, 1938 Issue, 42 Articles, 64pp
          Inside France by Theodore Draper
        20. The New Masses,
          May 17, 1938 Issue, 14 Articles, 32pp
          America Can Halt Japan by Paul G. McManus
        21. The New Masses,
          May 24, 1938 Issue, 20 Articles, 48pp
          Meet the Communists! by Ruth McKenney
          The Party: Its Organization, Its Members; What It Does and How It Does It
        22. The New Masses,
          May 31, 1938 Issue, 20 Articles, 32pp
          Washington Weighs La Follette by Marguerite Young
        23. The New Masses,
          June 7, 1938 Issue, 22 Articles, 32pp
          The Court Confesses Error by Louis B. Boudin
        24. The New Masses,
          June 14, 1938 Issue, 26 Articles, 48pp
          Can England Get Rid of Chamberlain? by R. Palme Dutt
          How Strong Is Labor?
        25. The New Masses,
          June 21, 1938 Issue, 23 Articles, 32pp
          If the Nazis Attack by Colonel Stanislav Yester
          The Strategy of the Czech Defense
        26. The New Masses,
          June 28, 1938 Issue, 22 Articles, 32pp
          Whose Politics in Relief? by Marguerite Young
        27. The New Masses,
          July 5, 1938 Issue, 18 Articles, 32pp
          The New Deal: 1933-1938 by A.B. Magil
        28. The New Masses,
          July 12, 1938 Issue, 25 Articles, 48pp
          China's Year of War by V.A. Yakhontoff
        29. The New Masses,
          July 19, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          "Happy Harlem" by Mary MacFarland
        30. The New Masses,
          July 26, 1938 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
          Inside Fascist Italy by Margareta West
        31. The New Masses,
          August 2, 1938 Issue, 20 Articles, 32pp
          Your Health, America! by Harriet Silverman
        32. The New Masses,
          August 9, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          Palestine: Is There a Solution? by Maurice Samuel and Paul Novick
          A Discussion
        33. The New Masses,
          August 16, 1938 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
          The World Youth Congress by Richard H. Rovere
        34. The New Masses,
          August 23, 1938 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
          A Report on the South by Earl Browder
          First Article
        35. The New Masses,
          August 30, 1938 Issue, 18 Articles, 32pp
          Cardenas: Interviewing by Myra Page
          Mexico's President
        36. The New Masses,
          September 6, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          Before Europe's Storm by R. Palme Dutt
        37. The New Masses,
          September 13, 1938 Issue, 22 Articles, 32pp
          Man Behind a Counter by Joseph Starobin
          The First of a Series on the Little Business Man
        38. The New Masses,
          September 20, 1938 Issue, 24 Articles, 32pp
          Is It War?
          An Editorial
        39. The New Masses,
          September 27, 1938 Issue, 24 Articles, 32pp
          Stop the Sell-Out! by Earl Browder
        40. The New Masses,
          October 4, 1938 Issue, 24 Articles, 32pp
          Zero Hour
          An Editorial
        41. The New Masses,
          October 11, 1938 Issue, 21 Articles, 32pp
          After Munich by R. Palme Dutt
        42. The New Masses,
          October 18, 1938 Issue, 20 Articles, 32pp
          "Expect No Peace" by Upton Sinclair
        43. The New Masses,
          October 25, 1938 Issue, 18 Articles, 32pp
          Justice Black's Insurgency by Louis B. Boudin
        44. The New Masses,
          November 1, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          War by Race Theory by Alter Brody
        45. The New Masses,
          November 8, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          Communist Candidate by Ruth McKenney
        46. The New Masses,
          November 15, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          Bombs Do Not Decide by Ilya Ehrenbourg
        47. The New Masses,
          November 22, 1938 Issue, 22 Articles, 32pp
          Nazy Orgy
          Reign of Terror
        48. The New Masses,
          November 29, 1938 Issue, 20 Articles, 32pp
          Chamberlain's March on Paris by Richard Goodman
          A Cable from London
        49. The New Masses,
          December 6, 1938 Issue, 19 Articles, 32pp
          Sudetens Under the Swastika by Jan Kubal
        50. The New Masses,
          December 13, 1938 Issue, 17 Articles, 32pp
          French Reaction Runs Amok by Elliot Paul
          A Cable from Paris
        51. The New Masses,
          December 21, 1938 Issue, 20 Articles, 32pp
          Franco's New "Last Drive" by Edwin Rolfe
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        1. Sights and Sounds 
          The New Masses
          , November 1, 1938, pp. 27-28 - PDF
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          The Story of Social Philosophy, by Charles A. Ellwood
          1. The Story of Social Philosophy by Charles A. Ellwood
          The New Masses
          , September 13, 1938, p. 27 - PDF
          1. The Story of Social Philosophy by Charles A. Ellwood
          The New Masses
          , May 3, 1938, p. 7 - PDF
          1. The Story of Social Philosophy by Charles A. Ellwood
          The New Masses
          , February 22, 1938, p. 5 - PDF
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          1. The Story of Social Philosophy by Charles A. Ellwood
          The New Masses
          , November 8, 1938, p. 10 - PDF
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          New Economic Policy and Socialist Construction, by Vladimir I. Lenin
          1. New Economic Policy and Socialist Construction by Vladimir I. Lenin
          The New Masses
          , May 10, 1938, p. 20 - PDF
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          The Wall of Men, by William Rollins, Jr.
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , March 8, 1938, pp. 25-26 - PDF
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , October 4, 1938, pp. 18-19 - PDF
        6. Washington Questions Isolation
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , March 22, 1938, p. 4 - PDF
        7. France Appraises Hitler's Coup
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , March 22, 1938, p. 3 - PDF
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , October 11, 1938, pp. 3-4 - PDF
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , September 20, 1938, p. 19 - PDF
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , June 28, 1938, p. 7 - PDF
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , February 22, 1938, pp. 8-10 - PDF
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , April 19, 1938, pp. 30-32 - PDF
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , August 30, 1938, p. 20 - PDF
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , May 17, 1938, pp. 3-5 - PDF
        8. An Editorial
          1. The Wall of Men by William Rollins, Jr.
          The New Masses
          , October 11, 1938, p. 5 - PDF
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          Charles Sheeler: Artist in the American Tradition, by Constance Rourke
          1. Charles Sheeler: Artist in the American Tradition by Constance Rourke
          The New Masses
          , October 11, 1938, p. 25 - PDF