New Masses

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The New Masses was a Marxist journal which published articles on the philosophy and international movement of socialism. It was originally formed in 1926 in response to the taking over of the predominate left wing publication The Liberator by the American Communist Party, however was later backed by the organisation. The New Masses ceased production in 1948 amid growing anti-communist sentiment.

Well known writers include Max Eastman, Richard Wright, Josephine Herbst and Carl Sandburg.