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Letters is a Marxist-Humanist newspaper which was created so that the voices of
revolt from below could be heard unseparated from the articulation of a
philosophy of liberation. Raya Dunayevskaya (1910-1983) was Chairwoman of the
National Editorial Board from its founding in 1955 until her death in 1987.
Charles Denby (1907–1983), a Black production worker, was its Editor from 1955
News and Letters Committees, publisher of News & Letters, is an organization of Marxist-Humanists who stand for the abolition of capitalism, whether in its private property or state property form. We have organized ourselves in a committee form rather than any elitist party "to lead." See "New & Letters Committees" for more information.
to News & Letters is the first step to a meaningful dialogue on the ideas of
Marxist-Humanism and revolutionary social change.
Frequency and place of printing: Bimonthly in Chicago
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN): 0028-8969
Printshop union: Graphic Communications International Union
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