High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Socialist Party of
Washington was the Washington state section of the Socialist Party
of America (SPA), an organization originally established as a
federation of semi-autonomous state organizations. During the
1910s, the Socialist Party of Washington was one of the largest
state affiliates of the SPA in the Western United States, touting a
membership which peaked with more than 6,200 paid members. The
Socialist Party of Washington is remembered today for its place in
the free speech fights of the first decade of the 20th century,
during which it was closely connected with the International
Workers of the World, as well as being the organizational home of a
number of key leaders of the early Communist Party of America.
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