Daily Worker

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The Daily Worker was the official newspapers of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) founded in 1919. It became the People's Daily World in 1987 until 1991 when it became the People's Weekly World.

As the official organs of the party, the newspapers served as forums for the party cadre, including Jay Lovestone, William Z. Foster, Max Bedacht, Earl Browder, and many others.

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