The Socialism of Our Times: A Symposium

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
ROGER BALDWIN is Director of the American Civil Liberties Union and editor of Kropotkin's Revolutionary Pamphlets.
HARRY ELMER BARNES is Professor of History and Sociology, Smith College; author of Genesis of the Great War, History, Its Rise and Development, Sociology and Political Theory., etc.
PAUL BLANSHARD is in Associate Editor of The Nation, recently Field Secretary of the League for Industrial Democracy and formerly educational director of the Rochester Amalgamated Clothing 'Workers. He is the author of The British Labor Movement, Labor in Southern Cotton Mills, etc.
LOVIS B. BOUDIN is a New York attorney, author of The Theoretical System of Karl Marx, War and Socialism, etc.
STUART CHASE is a Certified Public Accountant, Director of the Labor Bureau, Inc., Treasurer of the League for Industrial Democracy, author of The Tragedy of Waste, Your Money's Worth, etc.
AUGUST CLAESSENS is a former Socialist Assemblyman, New York State, and Secretary of the New York Socialist party.
McALISTER COLEMAN is a writer, former assistant Editor of the Illinois Miner, and candidate in New York for the United States Senate ( 1928).
SOLON DELEON is editor of the American Labor Year Book and a frequent candidate on the 'Workers' party ticket.
HENRI DEMAN is director of the Brussels Labor College and author of Psychology of Socialism and other books.
PAUL H. DOUGLAS is Professor of Economics, University of Chicago, author of Wages and the Family, joint editor of The Worker in Modern Economic Society, Russia in the Second Decade, etc.

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