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Socialism, Communism, Anarchism

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Earl Russell Browder
Earl Russell Browder
helped organize the Communist Party in the United States, and was its candidate for President in 1936 and 1940.
Eugene Victor Debs
Eugene Victor Debs
became a believer in Socialism after spending six months in jail for leading a railroad strike. A founder of the Socialist Party of America in 1904, he was that party's candidate for President in 1904, 1908, 1912, and 1920. His last campaign was conducted while serving time in a federal prison for criticizing the United States's entry into World War I.
Norman Mattoon Thomas
Norman Matoon Thomas
was a Presbyterian pastor who became a member of the Socialist Party of America just priot to U.S. entry into World War I. In addition to writing numerous books and articles about Socialism and Socialist causes, he was also the Socialist Party's candidate for President every election year between 1928 and 1948.
Julius Augustus Wayland
Julius Augustus Wayland
was the publisher of The Coming Nation and Appeal to Reason, the two most popular socialist journals ever published in the United States.
Daily Worker
Daily Worker
was a newspaper published by the Communist Party USA. It published its last issue on January 13, 1958.
Italian Communist Party, 1958
Italian Communist Party, 1958
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