Publication of the Daily Worker began in 1924. While it reflected the prevailing views of the Communist party, attempts were made to make it appear that the paper reflected a broader spectrum of left-wing opinion. The Daily Worker covered the arts, and one-time poet Whittaker Chambers, Native Son novelist Richard Wright, and musician Woody Guthrie were all contributors at different times. At its peak, the newspaper achieved a circulation of 35,000.
Here are a couple citations for Louise Brooks' films from the pages of the Daily Worker. Surprisingly, the paper did not write-up Beggars of Life.
anonymous. "Screen Notes." Daily Worker, February 18, 1928.
--- brief write-up about A Girl in Every Port
Gaynor, Edward. "Tamiroff Displays Ability in King of Gamblers." Daily Worker, July 5, 1937.
--- film review in which Akim Tamiroff is noted as having studied acting in Moscow and Louise Brooks is listed as a member of the cast (despite the fact her role was cut)