Kansas City, MO: The Workers' Educational League, 1919. Four page broadsheet newspaper, 14.5x22 inches, newsprint browned but still flexible, folded with minor tears at the folds and a chip in the top margin.
Cannon, a founder of the Communist Party, USA and later of the American Trotskyist movement, took over editorship after the former editor, Earl Browder was jailed. Lead articles on the Kansas coal miner's union support of IWW oil workers in Kansas. Includes an ad for a speaking engagement by Ella Reeve Bloor. Includes additional articles of the IWW.