Tag Archives: Socialist Party

History: ‘How Did Socialism Become a Dirty Word in America?’

Source:The New Democrat Before it became a dirty word, socialism was relatively popular in the United States. So, what happened? #HistoryChannel Subscribe for more HISTORY: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… Read More: http://po.st/socialist_party Check out exclusive HISTORY content: Website – http://www.history.com /posts Facebook – … Continue reading

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Constitution Daily: Blog: Joshua Waimberg: Schenck v. United States: Defining The Limits of Free Speech

Source: Constitution Daily: Blog: Joshua Waimberg: Schenck v. United States: Defining The Limits of Free Speech I’m not a lawyer, which is probably as obvious as Ayn Rand wasn’t a Socialist, but I bet a good lawyer who is sane, … Continue reading

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The Real News: Video: Jaisal Noor Interviewing Kshama Sawant: The Socialist Response to the State of the Union

T. The words socialist and federalist tend to not go together. It would sort of be like calling someone a Atheist-Muslim, or a Neoconservative-Libertarian. It’s generally one or the other, because those things tend to be at opposite sides of … Continue reading

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The Hampton Institute: Opinion: Josh Hatala: The Socialist Party of America, A Historiographical View

The Hampton Institute: Opinion: Josh Hatala: The Socialist Party of America: A Historiographical View This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger Where I disagree with Josh Hatala on this where I could probably make this whole … Continue reading

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