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Papers of the Socialist Labor Party of America

Papers of the Socialist Labor Party of America

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Published by State Historical Society of Wisconsin in Madison .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementF. Gerald Ham, editor.
SeriesGuides to historical resources
ContributionsHam, F. Gerald., Socialist Labor Party of America.
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Open LibraryOL14135346M

The union of the Social Democratic party and a faction of the Socialist Labor party in the led to the formation of the Socialist Party of America. This movement challenged various capitalist principles and lobbied for a socialistic approach in American politics.   The People was an official organ of the Socialist Labor Party of America (SLP), a weekly newspaper established in New York City in The paper is best remembered as a vehicle for the ideas of Daniel DeLeon (–), the dominant ideological leader of the SLP from the s until the time of his death.

The Socialist labor party and the Third International: socio-political science vs. revolutionary romanticism by Socialist Labor Party (Book) "Underground radicalism" an open letter to Eugene V. Debs and to all honest workers within the Socialist Party by John Pepper (Book). In the second half of the s, the Socialist Labor Party of America was showing signs of growth in size and influence. Divisions arose within the organization over the group's relationship to the American Federation of Labor and the party's internal regime. The organization was Preceded by: Social Democracy of America.

Morris Hillquit is considered by some to have been the foremost spokesman and theoretician of the Socialist Party of America from its founding in until his death in As author, politician and labor attorney, Hillquit took a centrist position in the Party and worked to further the Social Democratic ideals of political activism. Arnold Petersen (Ap – February 5, ) was the National Secretary of the Socialist Labor Party of America from to Petersen played a major role as spokesmen for that party and as a promoter of the De Leonist version of Marxist theory in the 20th century.


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Papers of the Socialist Labor Party of America: Records of the Socialist Labor Party of America; guide to a microfilm edition. by Ham, F. Gerald, ed. Within The Socialist Party of America Papers, students possess an indispensable research tool for the study of the labor movement, civil rights, anti-war activities, and the history of the American left.

In addition to documenting the party's activities in furthering these causes, the collection also records the party's pursuit of its goals with affiliated and sympathetic organizations such as the League for. In citing documents in the Socialist Labor Party collection, the researcher should credit the State Historical Society of Wisconsin as custodian of the original papers.

The following is a suggested citation: Socialist Labor Party of America Records (microfilm edition), State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Records of the Socialist Labor Party of America: Guide to a Microfilm Edition. Alternate title: Papers of the Socialist Labor Party of America: Guide to a Microfilm Edition: Editor: Ham, F.

Gerald, Note: Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Link: multiple formats at. Socialist Labor Party: Golden Jubilee of De Leonism,Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of the Socialist Labor Party (New York: Socialist Labor Party of America, ) (multiple formats at ) Socialist Labor Party: The Party Press, multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust.

Shannon's text argued that the Socialist Party of America was not only a force in early 20th century American politics, but that it remained a player until largely disintegrating in the late s like Eugene Debs, Victor Berger, Morris Hillquit, and later Norman Thomas were the movers and shakers of the party, according to Shannon, who saw the party as one moved by 4/5(2).

Official records (–) of the party, including minutes, correspondence, and financial records of the National Executive Committee, the party press, the National Board of Appeals, the national conventions, the Socialist Trade and Labor Alliance, and State committees. During the s, the party itself published a paper known as the American Socialist.

This publication was shut down by government censorship during World War I and was eventually succeeded in by The Socialist World, which briefly became The American Appeal in the middle s. In the United States, the ideological issue led to a split in the Socialist Labor party, founded in under strong German influence, and the formation () of the revisionist Socialist party, which soon became the largest socialist group.

The Norman Thomas Papers are an indispensable resource for the study of the Socialist Party leader and perennial political candidate. Thomas' varied interests and wide range of activities are well represented, making this a rich source for the study of the 20th. The new organization, initially called the Workingmen’s Party of the US (WPUS), began with three party papers, the official Arbeiterstimme (German) from New York, and two “semi-official” weekly newspapers, The Socialist (English) from Detroit and Vorbote (German) from Chicago.

The Library of Congress is making its Web Archives Collection available for educational and research purposes. The Library has obtained permission for the use of many materials in the Collection, and presents additional materials for educational and research purposes in accordance with fair use under United States copyright law.

The new organization, initially called the Workingmen's Party of the US (WPUS), began with three party papers, two in German, the The Vorbote from Chicago and theArbeiterstimme (German) from New York, and one in English, The Labor Standard (formerly The Socialist, an English language paper.

The Socialist Labor Party of America, Mountain View, California. likes 14 talking about this. This is the OFFICIAL Facebook page for the Socialist Followers: Republican Socialists of America - RSA.

likes. Taking back the party of Lincoln. Jump to. The Socialist Labor Party of America. Political Organization. Socialist Rifle Association Backup. Socialism may have failed but it was a great idea on paper.

It wasn't some evil.3/5. The Socialist Labor Party (SLP), is the oldest socialist political party in the United States, established in Originally known as the Workingmen's Party of the United States, the party changed its name in to Socialistic Labor Party and again sometime in the late s to Socialist Labor Party.

The party was additionally known in some states as the Industrial Party or Industrial Government : Red. This was The American Socialist, which began seamlessly the week after the final July 11 issue of the Party Builder. The Socialist Party Official Bulletin and its successors are a goldmine of information for historians of the Socialist Party of America, containing National Committee and National Executive Committee minutes, National Secretary.

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This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries. It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass.

Daniel DeLeon (), author of three of the pamphlets, was an American socialist newspaper editor, politician, Marxist theoretician, and trade union organizer, and was a leading figure in the Socialist Labor Party of America.

E-mail the Socialist Labor Party or The People. This is the official Web site of the Socialist Labor Party of America, the original political party of socialism in the United States.

The SLP was established on a Marxist basis in This site includes facts about the SLP's history, its revolutionary principles and program, a definition of. Created inthe SPA was formed by the combination of the Social Democratic Party of America, a short lived movement, and the Social Labor Party, a working man's party.

This combination attracted new members, as well as members from the progressive and populist parties, which made up the majority of the SPA.The Social Democracy of America (SDA), later known as the Cooperative Brotherhood, was a short lived political party in the United States that sought to combine the planting of an intentional community with political action in order to create a socialist society.

It was an organizational forerunner of both the Socialist Party of America (SPA) and the Burley, Washington cooperative socialist Ideology: Democratic socialism, Utopian socialism.English-language press of the Socialist Party of America.

This is a list of newspapers and magazines in the United States owned by, or editorially supportive of, the Socialist Party of America (SPA, established ). Also included are papers associated with the direct predecessors of the SPA — the Social Democratic Party of America with headquarters in Chicago (split from the Social Democracy of America .