The Liberator (magazine)

Infobox Magazine
title = The Liberator


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editor = Max Eastman (1918-1922), Crystal Eastman (1918-1922), Robert Minor (1922-1924)
editor_title = Editor
staff_writer = Cornelia Barns
Howard Brubaker
Hugo Gellert
Arturo Giovannitti
Charles T. Hallinan
Helen Keller
Ellen La Motte
Robert Minor
John Reed
Boardman Robinson
Louis Untermeyer
Charles W. Wood
Art Young
frequency = Monthly
circulation =
category = Politics
company = Liberator Publishing Co., Inc (1918-1922), Workers Party of America (1922-1924)
firstdate = March 1918
country = Flag|United States
language = English
finaldate = 1924
finalnumber =

The Liberator was a monthly magazine established by Max Eastman and his sister Crystal Eastman in 1918 to continue the work of "The Masses", which was shut down by the wartime mailing regulations of the U.S. government. It was a journal which combined astute radical political coverage of events of the day, fine art, poetry, and some of the best left-wing political cartoons in the history of American journalism. Due to failing finances, the magazine was turned over to the Workers Party of America circa 1922. Robert Minor became editor of the Liberator, while Max Eastman continued as a member of the editoral board, joined by Charles Ruthenberg, James P. Cannon, Claude McKay and Lydia Gibson, among others. Socialist Party luminaries including Eugene Debs, Helen Keller, Crystal Eastman and Art Young acted as associate editors. [cite journal
title = The Liberator masthead
journal = The Liberator
volume = 9
issue = 65
pages = Page 20
publisher =
date = September 1923
url = http://marxists.org/history/usa/culture/pubs/liberator/1923/09/09.pdf
format = PDF
accessdate = 2006-10-16
] After moving to Chicago in October 1923 The magazine continued its existence into 1924, when it was merged with two other publications to form The Workers Monthly.

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* cite web
title = The Liberator
work = Online archive
publisher = Max Eastman and Marxists Internet Archive
date = 1918 - 1924
location = 138 West 13th St, New York, NY and 1009 North State Street, Chicago, IL
url = http://marxists.org/history/usa/culture/pubs/liberator/index.htm
format = HTML and PDF
doi =
accessdate = 2006-10-16

* cite web
title = Max Eastman archive
work = Online archive
publisher = Marxists Internet Archive
date = 1918 - 1924
url = http://www.marxists.org/archive/eastman/
format = HTML and PDF
doi =
accessdate = 2006-10-16

* cite web
title = John Reed archive
work = Online archive
publisher = Marxists Internet Archive
date = 1918 -1924
url = http://www.marxists.org/archive/reed/index.htm
format = HTML and PDF
doi =
accessdate = 2006-10-16

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