Index
Altgeld, John Peter: and Pullman Strike in 1894, 8.
American Federation of Labor: early socialist target, 60-61; social and economic theories of and socialism, 89.
American Railway Union: formation of and early successes, 6; members during campaign of 1900, 50-51.
Ameringer, Oscar: 105, 123.
Anthony, Susan B.: 183.
Appeal to Reason: early power of in socialist press, 63.
Barnes, J. Mahlon: devises Red Special in 1908, 99-100; controversy over as campaign manager in 1912, 128-130.
Benham, G. B.: 35.
Benson, Allan: nominated for President in 1916, 149; campaign methods and success in 1916, 149-152.
Berger, Victor: early influence on Debs, 11-12; early career in socialism, 17-18; success in Milwaukee socialism, 32; 97- 98; powerful as a conservative socialist leader, 121; questions Debs' availability in 1912, 126; condemns Debs' "egotism'' in 1912 during Barnes affair, 128; seeks re-election to Congress in 1912, 135-136; indicted under Espionage Act in 1917, 159; elected to Congress and denied seat, 159-160.
Bloor, Ella Reeve: 65; 194.
Brook Farm: 14.
Bryan, William Jennings: Debs' attitude toward in 1896, 12- 13; during campaign of 1900, 45, 47; Debs attacks in 1900, 55; opposes socialism, 77; 95; Debs attacks in 1908, 108-110.
Butscher, William: 40, 43.
Carey, James F.: 31.
Chase, John: 31, 39.
Claessens, August: 152.
Clergy and socialism: 83-84.
Cleveland, Grover: and Pullman Strike in 1894, 8-9; character of, 9; predicts rise in socialism in 1908, 111.
Colonization: in socialist movement, 17-19.
Communists and Debs, 186-188.
Communist Party of America: formation of and Socialist Party of America, 166-168.
Conference for Progressive Political Action: 198.
Cox, James M.: Debs attacks during campaign of 1920, 182.
Creel, George: 158.

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