These notes were found in Earl Davis' writing desk in a folder titled "Agitator". The Agitator was a short-lived radical, socialist leaning newspaper published between 1910 and 1912. These are mostly likely notes that Davis took from one of their articles. The notes lay out the specific program of Socialism and its accomplishments to date (1910). A lot of the early text is identical to the The Constructive Program of Socialism (1908) by Carl D. Thompson, then city clerk in Milwaukee's Socialist administration.
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Transcription by Davis Baird. Item description based off writing and context provided by Davis Baird.
Earl Clement Davis, minister, Unitarianism, religion, socialism
Davis, Earl Clement, "Socialism" (1910). Manuscripts. 32.