Robert Minor

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Minor, Robert


Born July 15, 1884, in San Antonio, Texas; diedNov. 26, 1952, in New York. American graphic artist. Mem-, ber of the Communist Party of the USA (1920).

In the 1920’s, Minor was the editor of The Liberator and the Daily Worker. In his poster-like drawings, he condemned militarism and the anti-Soviet intervention of 1918-20, exposed the vices of bourgeois society, and revealed the significance of revolutionary transformations in the world (The Ideal Soldier, The Face of Trade Union Democracy, both 1920’s).


North, J. Robert Minor. New York, 1956.
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