The Vanguard Group was an anarchist political group active during the 1930s, which published the periodical Vanguard: Journal of Libertarian Communism, led by Sam Dolgoff (aka Sam Weiner, editor of Vanguard). Vanguard was for a time during the 1930s the only English language anarchist organization in New York City to carry out an active existence.

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  • The Vanguard Group was an anarchist political group active during the 1930s, which published the periodical Vanguard: Journal of Libertarian Communism, led by Sam Dolgoff (aka Sam Weiner, editor of Vanguard). Vanguard was for a time during the 1930s the only English language anarchist organization in New York City to carry out an active existence. (en)
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  • The Vanguard Group was an anarchist political group active during the 1930s, which published the periodical Vanguard: Journal of Libertarian Communism, led by Sam Dolgoff (aka Sam Weiner, editor of Vanguard). Vanguard was for a time during the 1930s the only English language anarchist organization in New York City to carry out an active existence. (en)
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