Challenge - Publications

Publications

  • Challenge (1933), tabloid newspaper of the Young People's Socialist League, youth organization of the Socialist Party of America
  • Challenge (Communist journal), British Young Communist League magazine, and also the name of the newspaper of the communist Progressive Labor Party (USA).
  • Challenge: The Magazine of Economic Affairs, a magazine of economic affairs
  • Challenge (game magazine), a role-playing game magazine

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