Daily Worker

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Daily Worker ('Operarius Cottidianus') fuit diarium quod Factio Communistica Civitatum Foederatarum, olim cum Communistico Internationali coniuncta, Novi Eboraci in urbe ex 1924 edidit.[1] Cum obtinentes factionis opiniones plerumque ostenderet, latius spectrum sententiarum alae laevae ostendere aliquantulum conabatur. Summa prosperitate 35 000 subscriptorum habuit. Inter eius contributores notabiles fuerunt Robertus Minor et Fridericus Ellis (delineatores), Lester Rodney (editor athleticarum), David Karr, Ricardus Wright, Ioannes L. Spivak, Petrus Fryer, Woody Guthrie, Ludovicus Budenz, et Whittaker Chambers.

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Pederson 2008.

Commentarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Fetter, Henry D. 2001. The Party Line and the Color Line: The American Communist Party, the Daily Worker and Jackie Robinson. Journal of Sport History 28(3).
  • Gottfried, Erika. 2013. Shooting Back: The Daily Worker Photographs Collection. American Communist History 12(1):41–69.
  • Lamb, Christopher, et Kelly E. Rusinack. 2002. Hitting From the Left: The Daily Worker's Assault on Baseball's Color Line. In Take Me Out to the Ballgame: Communicating Baseball, ed. Gary Gumpert et Susan J. Drucker. Cresskill Novae Caesareae: Hampton Press.
  • Rusinack, Kelly E. 1998. Baseball on the Radical Agenda: The Daily and Sunday Worker Journalistic Campaign to Desegregate Major League Baseball, 1933-1947. In Jackie Robinson: Race, Sports, and the American Dream, ed. Joseph Dorinson et Joram Woramund. Novi Eboraci: E. M. Swift.
  • Smith, Ronald A. 1979. The Paul Robeson-Jackie Robinson Saga and a Political Collision. Journal of Sport History 6(2).

Theses academicae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Evans, William Barrett. 1965. "Revolutionist Thought in the Daily Worker, 1919-1939". Ph.D. diss. University of Washington.
  • Jeffries, Dexter. 2000. "Richard Wright and the ‘Daily Worker’: A Native Son’s Journalistic Apprenticeship". Ph.D. diss. City University of New York.
  • Rusinack, Kelly E. 1995. "Baseball on the Radical Agenda: The Daily and Sunday Worker on Desegregating Major League Baseball, 1933–1947." M.A. thesis, Clemson University.
  • Shoemaker, Martha Mcardell. 1999. "Propaganda or Persuasion: The Communist Party and Its Campaign to Integrate Baseball." M.A. thesis. University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Libri[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Chambers, Whittaker. 1952. Witness. Novi Eboraci: Random House. ISBN 9780895267894.
  • Hemingway, Andrew. 2002. Artists on the Left: American Artists and the Communist Movement, 1926-1956. Portu Novo: Yale University Press.
  • Schappes, Morris U. 1944. The Daily Worker: Heir to the Great Tradition. Novi Eboraci: Daily Worker.
  • Silber, Irwin. 2003. Press Box Red: The Story of Lester Rodney, The Communist Who Helped Break the Color Line in American Sports. Philadelphiae: Temple University Press.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]