13 June 2012:: Added to the USA History Publications Page is the Southern Worker. The Southern Worker was the sometimes weekly newspaper clandestinely published by the Communist Party USA in Chattanooga, Tenn. and Birmingham, Ala. from 1930-37. Because it's origin was during the so-called "Third Period" that the Communist International designated during the early years of the world Depression, the Southern Worker became a strong advocate of the "Black Belt Theory" advocating for an independent Black nation in the U.S. South. The Southern Worker was the only socialist journal distributed on a regular basis in the Jim Crow segregated South during this period.
[Thanks to Dick Reavis from the University of North Carolina, Jonathan Wright who works on entries relevant to the American Left on Wikipedia, Marty Goodman of the Riazanov Project and David Walters of the Holt Labor Library and Marxists Internet Archive]
13 June 2012:: Added to the Encyclopedia of the Trotskyism On-Line's joint initiative with the Riazinov Library, the Left Opposition Digitization Project:
The Militant for the entire years 1950, 52 issues, 1951, 53 issues and 1952 with 53 issues as well. Presented in high resolution PDFs.
[Thanks to Marty Goodman of the Riazinov Project and David Walters of the Holt Labor Library and Marxists Internet Archive]