Naivelt

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Naivelt cover, 1928

Naivelt (Yiddish: נייוועלט, "New World") was a Yiddish-language literary monthly magazine published in Argentina 1927–1930.[1] Politically, Naivelt was pro-communist but without open affiliation to the Communist Party.[1] It was published by a group of leftist writers, also going by the name Naivelt.[2] Hirsh Bloshtein was the editor of Naivelt. Bloshtein was deported in 1931 for communist activities.[3]

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