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The Liberator (magazine)

Monthly socialist magazine established by Max and Crystal Eastman in 1918. The publication was an organ of the Communist Party of America (CPA) from late 1922 and was merged with two other publications to form The Workers Monthly in 1924.


Issue No. 1, cover designed by Hugo Gellert


  • Contributing editors:
  • Cornelia Barns (all)
  • Howard Brubaker (all)
  • Hugo Gellert (all)
  • Arturo Giovannitti (all)
  • Charles T. Hallinan (all)
  • Helen Keller (all)
  • Ellen La Motte (all)
  • Author:Robert Minor (all)
  • Author:John Reed (until issue)
  • Boardman Robinson (all)
  • Author:Louis Untermeyer (all)
  • Charles W. Wood (until Issue)
  • Art Young (all)
  • Kenneth Chamberlain (from)
  • Alexander Trachtenberg (from)

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April 1919, cover designed by Cornelia Barns

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By Mary Marcy: The I. W. W. Convention pp. 10-12
By Claude McKay pp 29-30
By Claude McKay pp 46


Issue No. 25, cover designed by Boardman Robinson

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By Claude McKay p 48

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Issue No. 37, December 1921 cover designed by Adolph Dehn

Complete issues:

New Editorial board announced:

Max Eastman, Floyd Dell, Robert Minor, Claude McKay

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Issue No. 56, November December 1922 cover designed by Frank Walts

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Issue No. 66, October 1923 cover designed by Lydia Gibson

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