The first directors of the magazine were prominent Ukrainian statesmen, Hryhoriy Hrynko, who was replaced, due to his transfer to Moscow sometime in mid 1923, by O. Shumsky. Shumsky was fired from the position as well as the position of the People's Commissar of Education in 1926 for the nationalistic deviation.
For a short period of time the position of director were appointed to Mykhailo Yalovy and Mykola Khvylovy who were eventually displaced for nationalistic deviations. In 1927 the magazine was headed by Volodymyr Zatonsky.
During the 1920s the magazine published works representative of all kinds of political orientations and fields of literature, art, journalism, history, economy, etc. The magazine reflected on its pages both the weak and strong in the processes of Ukrainian cultural Renaissance of the time.
The closing down of the magazine Chervony Shliakh was one of the last acts for the liquidation of a pluralistic cultural understanding. It was succeeded by the Literary journal which became a voice for socialist realism.
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