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Digital version of the official organ of the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA)
The Daily Worker was the official mouthpiece of the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) between 1924 and 1958. While performing this function, the newspaper represented nevertheless much more than just a tool of political propaganda. Originally, its articles and campaigns were intended to raise working-class awareness in the US and to promote the tenets of socialism there. However, gradually, The Daily Worker started to appeal to a broader audience, not just rank-and-file Communists. Its main target became the victims of the Great Depression, the masses of the unemployed, the dispossessed, and the marginalized minorities packing American metropolises. Its reports covered a wide range of subjects, from policy reforms to labor strikes, from civil rights to housing and urban planning, from foreign policy to sports, literature, and general culture.
Published as The Daily Worker (1924-1958), and The Worker (1958-1968).
World’s largest digital library of play scripts by living writers.
The New Play Exchange (NPX) is the world’s largest digital library of scripts by living writers. It contains approximately 40,000 scripts which can be filtered by title, length, age level, genre, subject matter, production history, script availability, cast size and characteristics, playwright, and playwright demographics. NPX includes a directory of organizations and one of people, which are faceted by role (dramaturgs and types of writers), gender identity, race/ethnic identity, sexual identity, and location. While the focus is currently North American, the intended scope is international. The mission of the NPX, a National New Play Network program, is to provide an open, egalitarian platform on which writers all over the world can share their work and others can discover that work.