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Fri Mar 21 17:12:45 2014 UTClccn-n920363550.00Victor L. Berger : making Marx respectable0.811.00Baruch Charney Vladeck Papers,5740548Victor_L._Bergern 920363553142682Berger, Victor Louis, 1860-1929Berger, Victor Luitpold, 1860-1929lccn-n80089534Socialist Party (U.S.)lccn-n80051344Miller, Sally M.1937-lccn-n50080807United StatesCongressHouseSpecial Committee on Victor L. Berger Investigationlccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHouselccn-n88081713Germer, Adolphlccn-n87825780Tucker, Irwin St. John1886-1982lccn-no2006135472Kruse, William F.1891-1952np-engdahl, j louis$john louis$1884 1932Engdahl, J. Louis(John Louis)1884-1932lccn-n79045303State Historical Society of Wisconsinlccn-n81122615Stevens, Michael E.Berger, Victor L.1860-1929Trials, litigation, etcHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceSpeeches in CongressMicroform catalogsBibliography‡vMicroform catalogsArchivesUnited StatesSocialismBerger, Victor L.,Socialist Party (U.S.)SocialistsContested electionsPolitical scienceUnited States.--Congress.--HouseWorld War (1914-1918)Trials (Conspiracy)Illinois--ChicagoTucker, Irwin St. John,Elections--Corrupt practicesGermer, AdolphKruse, William F.,Berger, Meta Schlichting,World politicsTrials (Espionage)Trials (Misconduct in office)Socialist Party (Wis.)LegislationUnited States.--ArmyLandis, Kenesaw Mountain,Socialism and societyTariff on woolLoyaltyFreedom of speechFreedom of the pressWorking classLaborLabor movementIndustries--Social aspectsSocialist partiesAllegianceSocial historyArchivesSocialism--SourcesTariffWisconsinWisconsin--MilwaukeeProtest movementsIncome taxWar and socialismWorking class--Political activityDebs, Eugene V.--(Eugene Victor),American newspapersAmerican periodicalsEditorialsReporters and reportingRadicalism18601929189818991904190919101911191219131915191719181919192019211924192519261927192819291931194119531960196219631964196619681969197019721973197419751980198419871994199519992006200920101797166238BHX861222ocn506040297com19190.92In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, October term, A.D. 1918, Victor L. Berger, Adolph Germer, William F. Kruse, Irwin St. John Tucker and J. Louis Engdahl, plaintiffs in error, vs. United States of America, defendant in error, error to the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, Honorable K.M. Landis, judge brief for plaintiffs in errorTrials, litigation, etc1193ocn031605378book19950.70The family letters of Victor and Meta Berger, 1894-1929HistorySourcesRecords and correspondence+-+9227575235665ocn005884043book19120.86Berger, Victor LBroadsides611ocn506015906com19190.92United StatesHearings before the special committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6, concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the Sixty-sixth CongressTrials, litigation, etcBerger was a member of the Socialst party from Wisconsin who was elected to Congress in 1919 but was also under indictment for charges that he violated the Espionage Act. The committee decided against him and his seat was rescinded468ocn016097252book19190.96Socialist Party (U.S.)100 years - for what? : being the addresses of Victor L. Berger, Adolph Germer, J. Louis Engdahl, William F. Kruse, and Irwin St. John Tucker, to the court that sentenced them to serve 100 years in prison352ocn037835577book19180.88United StatesIn the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. October term, A.D. 1918. Victor L. Berger, Adolph Germer, William F. Kruse, Irwin St. John Tucker and J. Louis Engdahl, plaintiffs in error, vs. United States of America, defendant in error. Error to the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, K.M. Landis, Judge ... Brief for the plaintiffs in error344ocn007370028book19290.94Berger, Victor LVoice and pen of Victor L. Berger : congressional speeches and editorials264ocn016097355book19190.96Berger, Victor LOpen letter from Victor L. Berger, elected from the 5th district of Wisconsin to the national House of Representatives (66th Congress), addressed to his colleagues in Congress244ocn016098334book19800.97Berger, Victor LWhat shall we do to be saved?244ocn040788677book19120.95Berger, Victor LBerger's broadsides223ocn016098216book19040.97Berger, Victor LWas wollen die Sozialisten? : eine Frage beantwortet212ocn016098247book19240.97Berger, Victor LSpeech of Victor L. Berger of Wisconsin, in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, May 27, 1924212ocn016098276book19110.97Berger, Victor LLabor needs no tariff : first Socialist speech delivered in Congress, Wednesday, June 14, 1911Speeches in Congress93ocn012725667book19110.96Berger, Victor LThe wool schedule; protection, free trade, and the working class--a socialist view of the tariff. Speech of V.L. Berger--in the House of Representatives--June 14, 191191ocn032775572book19950.84Guide to the microfilm edition of the Victor L. Berger papersHistoryMicroform catalogsBibliography Microform catalogs81ocn004582199book18990.88Blatchford, RobertBlatchford-Wright's Sozialistische briefe62ocn012725651book19190.86Berger, Victor LCertified copy of the testimony of Victor L. Berger at the trail of the case of the United States vs. Berger et al. in the United States district court for the Northern district of Illinois, eastern division63ocn024398155book19120.95Berger, Victor LThe working class must have its own party to give expression to its own interests42ocn058758502book19260.73Berger, Victor LThe ideal income tax bill of big business : speech of Hon. Victor L. Berger of Wisconsin in the House of Representatives, Saturday, December 12, 1925Speeches in Congress32ocn082842701book19180.96Brief for plaintiffs in error : Victor L. Berger, Adolph Germer, William F. Kruse, Irwin St. John Tucker and J. Louis Engdahl, plaintiffs in error, vs. United States of America, defendant in error : error to the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, Honorable K.M. Landis, judgeTrials, litigation, etc5324ocn000524680book19660.66Miller, Sally MVictor Berger and the promise of constructive socialism, 1910-1920History+-+0917162835324941ocn000222282book19720.79United StatesCase of Victor L. Berger of Wisconsin; hearings before the special committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6 concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the Sixty-sixth Congress621ocn506067381com19190.92Berger, Victor LCase of Victor L. Berger, of WisconsinTrials, litigation, etc611ocn506015927com19190.92United StatesHearings before the special committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6, concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the Sixty-sixth Congress, Wednesday, June 11, 1919Trials, litigation, etc601ocn576533908com19190.92Carney, Joseph PCarney v. Berger, Mr. Dallinger, from the committee on elections no. 1, submitted the following report (on the contested election case of Carney v. Berger)Trials, litigation, etc352ocn003322137book19310.96De Leon, DanielRevolutionary socialism in U.S. Congress; "parliamentary idiocy" vs. Marxian socialism326ocn002033270book19110.96De Leon, DanielBerger's hits and misses at the called session of the Sixty-second Congress, April-October : a symposium of economic, political, sociological, tactical and historic live topics273ocn006257322book19190.79United StatesVictor L. Berger : hearings before the Special committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6 concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the Sixty-sixth Congress263ocn016098112book19130.97Some anti-Socialist voices of the press on Victor L. Berger, representative of the Fifth Wisconsin District, and his work in Congress181ocn001592748book19630.94De Leon, DanielA socialist in Congress : his conduct and responsibilities : "Parliamentary idiocy" vs. Marxian socialism186ocn032195037book19600.86Muzik, Edward JVictor L. Berger : a biographyBiography62ocn031058503book19940.94Berger, Victor LVictor L. Berger papersHistoryArchivesSourcesRecords and correspondence42ocn021549553book19530.47Bedford, Henry FA case study in hysteria : Victor L. Berger, 1917-192132ocn015250230book19700.96Fought, John PNews and editorial treatment of alleged Reds and radicals by selected newspapers and periodicals during 1918-2121ocn013690376book19680.23Sullivan, David KnowlesThe exclusion of Victor Berger from Congress22ocn729389397art1964Nash, RoderickVictor L. Berger : making Marx respectableBiography21ocn022280538book19190.92Berger, Victor LCongressman Victor L. Berger's speech on November 10th, 1919 : before the House of Representatives in Washington, D.C., on the question of his right to be seatedSpeeches in Congress21ocn845238657mix1.00Baruch Charney Vladeck PapersBaruch Charney Vladeck (1886-1938) was born in Russia and emerged as one of the leading figures of the U.S. Jewish socialist movement of the twentieth century. He was general manager of The Jewish Daily Forward from 1918 to 1938 and was elected to the New York City Board of Alderman and the City Council. The papers contain correspondence, the manuscript of a partial autobiography, addresses, debates, biographical material, reports, memos, press releases, personal and family papers, photographs, and printed material. Included is material relating to public housing, Jewish charitable and labor organizations such as ORT and the Jewish Labor Committee, the status of Jews in Nazi Germany, political campaigns, Socialist Party affairs and other political matters. Correspondents include Freidrich Adler, Sholem Asch, Victor and Meta Berger, Daniel Hoan, Louise Kautsky, Harry Laidler, Algernon Lee, Ramsey McDonald and Lillian Wald21ocn023250740book19620.23Hingten, David VVictor L. Berger and the Milwaukee LeaderHistory21ocn084666862book19190.92United StatesHearings before the special committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6, concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the Sixty-sixth CongressTrials, litigation, etcBerger was a member of the Socialst party from Wisconsin who was elected to Congress in 1919 but was also under indictment for charges that he violated the Espionage Act. The committee decided against him and his seat was rescinded+-+9227575235+-+9227575235Fri Mar 21 15:23:37 EDT 2014batch23559