Tomorrow, for the first time since WWII, we have achieved a Scottish-only edition of our daily miracle. And what a time to do it.
Debate rages in Scotland over the future of the nation, with trade unionists trying to inject their own goals and objectives into the eventual outcome.
At the same time our class faces the greatest threat it has seen in decades, in assaults on benefits, pensions, jobs and pay.
A mass transfer is taking place of wealth from the majority into the hands of a tiny super-rich elite. The poorest Scots will die 20 years earlier than the richest.
But the decision to produce a Scottish special tomorrow is not just a gesture to those supporters north of the border who for the first time in years have access to the Morning Star every day, on the day of publication.
It is a statement of intent.
A daily newspaper of labour has an essential role to play in influencing Scotland's political and economic future, as well as elsewhere in Britain.
There is a clear space for a Scottish Morning Star to give voice to the thousands of people organising and fighting back in unions and communities, and to expose the many injustices we know are taking place.
But it will take hundreds more daily sales to fund this.
That means we need the continued commitment of those who have worked so hard to get the Morning Star back on the Scottish map, building readers and supporters groups and spreading the word.
The task now is to win the new readers, shareholders and supporters we need to do Scotland proud.