The Socialist Party spoke for many disaffected groups in the early
1900s, especially Jewish immigrants. Its leader was Eugene V. Debs,
a colorful labor organizer who ran for U.S. president five times.
The story of the party's impact on American politics during that
time is explored as well as profiles of famous Socialists such as
muckraking journalist Upton Sinclair, author Jack London, and
attorney Clarence Darrow.
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