New York: the journal, 1939. 19p., lightly soiled wraps, 6x9 inches, vertical crease, top staple rusted.
Published by a group that split from the Industrial Union Party; the inside of the front cover explains the necessity of a title change after the "Brandon-Neuschotz minority clique" won a court case prohibiting the group from continuing to use the title "New Industrial Unionist." Later became the Socialist Union Party. Includes a letter from Abraham Ziegler to Leon Trotsky debating his contentions about economic self-sufficiency in the US.