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This 16-page pamphlet, published by the Pittsfield Socialist Local, lays out Earl Davis's case for the socialism, rebutting the common myths and fears surrounding its supposed threat to religion. Davis's interest in and support of socialism makes its way into his sermons, his writing, and his involvement with workers rights during his time in Pittsfield, MA.


Earl Clement Davis, sermons, minister, Unitarianism, religion, philosophy, socialism, philisophical materialism

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Socialism: A Reply to the Common Assertion that the Socialist Movement is Atheistic, Irreligious, and a Menace to the Family

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