International Publishers

International Publishers is a book publishing company based in New York City specializing in Marxist works of economics, political science, and history. The company was established in 1924 by A.A. Heller and Alexander Trachtenberg, using funds earned through a lucrative trade concession granted during the New Economic Policy by the government of Soviet Russia. The publisher has continued to maintain an extremely close working relationship with the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) throughout its more than eight decades of existence. It continues in operation in New York City today as the publishing arm of the CPUSA
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  • Publishers warily test the water with chat apps

    … apps as a new alerts service. Users can also send keywords in the chat field such as “tech” and “sport” to get links to news on those topics. The BBC has a Line account with just under 500,000 followers, while The Huffington Post U.K. recently established its own WhatsApp channel. Here’s how WSJ and the BBC used Line to cover the Charlie Hebdo…

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