The Press: Life with Worker

As the new managing editor of the Daily Worker in 1934 (see above), one of James Glaser's first acts was to write a brief announcement of his shift from the New York Times to the Worker. When he picked up the Worker the next day, he was "shocked" to find "a completely different story" announcing that he would write a series of inside stories about graft and corruption on the Times.

Glaser rushed from office to office of party leaders to learn who had been changing the managing editor's copy. He was finally introduced to "Mr. Edwards, the representative from Moscow," who...

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