New York Commercial

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The New York Commercial was a daily New York City newspaper that was published from 1904 to 1926. The paper took an anti-radical stance in the 1920s. Fred Marvin an investigative journalist and last editor of the paper was sued for libel by left-wing radicals. In 1926 the paper had to close due to the lawsuit.

The New York Commercial had a circulation of about 10000.