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Democratic Socialism

(see also American Radicalism, Michael Harrington, Eugene V. Debs)

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Democratic Socialists of America.

Socialist International.

Socialist Party USA.

In the Library: Articles

Ogilvie, Leon P. "Populism & Socialism in the Southeast Missouri lowlands," Missouri Historical Review 65 (1971):159-83.

Pilbeam, Pamela. "Pink lemonade socialists," History Today (8/01):45-51.

Roll, Jarod H. "Gideon's band: from socialism to vigilantism in Southest Missouri, 1907-1916," Labor History 43 (2002):483-503.

__________. "From revolution to reaction: early Pentecostalism, radicalism & race in Southeast Missouri, 1910-1930," Radical History Review 90 (fall 04):5-30.

Singer, Daniel. "Socialism's setting sun," Nation (6/3/91):732.

Zickefoose, Sandra. "Women & the Socialist Party of America, 1900-1915," UCLA Historical Journal 1 (1980):26-41.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Bernstein, Samuel. The First International in America (NY: Westview, 1962).

Bissett, Jim L. Agrarian Socialism in America: Marx, Jefferson, & Jesus in the Oklahoma Countryside, 1904-1920 (Norman: U. of Oklahoma, 1999).

Cone, James H. with comments by Michael Harrington. The Black Church & Marxism: What Do They Have to Say to Each Other? (NY: Institute for Democratic Socialism, 1980).

Constantine, J. Robert (ed.) Gentle Rebel: The Letters of Eugene V. Debs (Urbana: U. Illinois, 1995).

Eley, Geoff. Forging Democracy: The History of the Left in Europe, 1850-2000 (NY: Oxford, 2002).

Ginger, Ray. The Bending Cross (New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers, 1949). Biography of E. V. Debs.

Green, James R. Grass Roots Socialism: Radical Movements in the Southwest, 1895-1943 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana U., 1978).

Harrington, Michael. To Build a Democratic Left: 1968 Platform, Socialist Party USA (NY:Socialist Party, 1968).

__________. Toward a Democratic Left: A Radical Program for a New Majority (NY: Penguin, 1969).

__________. Why We Need Socialism in America (NY, 1970).

__________. Socialism (N Y: Bantam, 1973).

__________. The Twilight of Capitalism (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1976).

__________. The Next Left: History of a Future (London: Tauris, 1987).

__________. The Long-Distance Runner: An Autobiography (NY: Henry Holt, 1988).

__________. Socialism: Past & Future (London: Pluto, 1993).

Hillquit, Morris. History of Socialism in the US (NY: Dover, 1971).

Horn, Max. The Intercollegiate Socialist Society, 1905-1921 (Boulder: Westview, 1979).

Lipset, Seymour Martin & Gary Marks. It Didn't Happen Here: Why Socialism Failed in the US (NY: Norton, 2000).

Noyes, John Humphrey. History of American Socialisms (NY: Hillary House, 1961).

Pratt, Norma Fain. Morris Hillquit: A Political History of an American Jewish Socialist (Westport: Greenwood, 1979).

Salvatore, Nick. Eugene V. Debs: Citizen & Socialist (Urbana: U. Illinois, 1982).

Stave, Bruce (ed.) Socialism & the Cities (Port Washington NY: Kennikat, 1975).

Shore, Elliott. Talkin' Socialism: J.A. Wayland & the Radical Press (Lawrence: U. of Kansas, 1988).

Weinstein, James. The Decline of Socialism in America: 1912-1925 [1969] (New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers, 1984).

__________. The Long Detour: The History & Future of the American Left (Boulder: Westview, 2003).

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