New York: Published on behalf of the ECYCI by the Young Communist League, USA, 1929. Magazine. 70p., toned wraps with minor edgewear.
One of several publications with confusingly identical titles, this journal was produced by the YCL in the US as a local section of the YCI, the youth parallel to the Comintern. Contents include a piece criticizing the Boy Scout Jamboree, an article on the New Line of the Executive Committee, results of the Tenth Plenum, and more.