Author:Morris Hillquit

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Morris Hillquit

founder and leader of the Socialist Party of America

Morris Hillquit


Books and pamphlets[edit]

  • The People July 16, 1899 issue
  • History of Socialism in the United States. [1903] New York: Funk & Wagnalls, Revised and Expanded (5th) edition, 1910. (external scan)
  • Recent Progress of the Socialist and Labor Movements in the United States: Report of Morris Hillquit, Representative of the Socialist Party at the International Socialist Bureau, to the International Socialist Congress, Held at Stuttgart, Germany, August 18, 1907. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co., 1907. (external scan)
  • Socialism in Theory and Practice. New York: Macmillan, 1909. (external scan)
  • Socialism Summed Up. New York: H.K. Fly, 1912. (external scan)
  • Socialism: Promise or Menace? With John A. Ryan. New York: Macmillan, 1914. —Debate with Father John Ryan, a leading Catholic social justice theorist. (external scan)
  • The Double Edge of Labor's Sword, With Samuel Gompers and Max S. Hayes. Chicago: Socialist Party, National Office, 1914. (external scan)
  • The Immediate Issue. New York: The Socialist, 1919.
  • Socialism on Trial. New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1920. (external scan)
  • From Marx to Lenin. New York: Hanford Press, 1921. (external scan)
  • Loose Leaves from a Busy Life. New York: Macmillan, 1934. —Posthumously-published memoirs.
  • Hugo Lindemann & Morris Hillquit, Vorläufer des neueren Sozialismus, (Berlin: Dietz, 1922) (external scan)

Articles and leaflets[edit]

  • "Farewell to DeLeon," The People [dissident edition, New York], vol. 9, no. 30 (Oct. 22, 1899), pg. 2. (external scan)
  • "The Soldier of the Revolution," The Comrade [New York], vol. 1, no. 1 (October 1901), pp. 16–18. —Short biography of Wilhelm Liebknecht.
  • "Moderation, Comrades!" The Socialist [Toledo, Ohio], whole no. 241 (May 6, 1905), pg. 5. (external scan)
  • "The Labor Movement Here and Abroad." Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, 1911.
  • "The Civic Federation and Labor." Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, 1911.
  • "Who are the Peacemakers?" With William Harrison Short. Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, 1911.
  • "Government by the Few." Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, 1911.
  • "The 'Collapse' of the International," The American Socialist [Chicago], v. 1, no. 42, whole no. 130 (May 1, 1915), pg. 3. (external scan)
  • "America's Possible Contribution to a Constructive Peace," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 61 (Sept. 1915), pp. 239–242. In JSTOR.
  • "Keynote Address to the 1917 Emergency National Convention of the Socialist Party," The World [Oakland, CA], whole no. 578 (April 20, 1917), pg. 6. (external scan)
  • "As to Treason," New York Call, vol. 10, no. 116 (April 26, 1917), pg. 6. (external scan)
  • "Out-Scheidemanning Scheidemann," New York Call, vol. 10, no. 139 (May 19, 1917), pg. 2. (external scan)
  • "The Right of Criticism: Address in Defense of The Call Before Assistant Postmaster General Dockery, Washington, DC -- October 15, 1917." The New York Call, vol. 10, no. 294 (Oct. 21, 1917), pp. 8, 5. (external scan)
  • "The Socialist Task and Outlook," New York Call, vol. 10, no. 141 (May 21, 1919), pg. 8. —So-called "Clear the Decks" article. (external scan)
  • "Socialist Russia Against the Capitalist World," New York Call, vol. 12, no. 312 (Nov. 7, 1919), pg. 8. (external scan)
  • "Radicalism in America," The Socialist World [Chicago], vol. 1, no. 4 (Oct. 15, 1920), pp. 18–19. (external scan)
  • "Moscow and London," The Socialist World [Chicago], vol. 4, no. 7 (July 1923), pp. 6–7.
  • The Story of the British Labor Party. Chicago: Socialist Party, n.d. [1923]. First published in The Socialist World [Chicago], vol. 4, no. 9 (September 1923), pp. 3–4. (external scan)
  • "Ferdinand Lassalle (A May Day Reflection)," The Socialist World [Chicago], vol. 6, no. 5 (May 1925), pp. 9–10.
  • "A Tribute to Debs," The New Leader [New York], Oct. 23, 1926, pg. 1. (external scan)
  • "Marxism Essentially Evolutionary," Current History, vol. 29, October 1928.

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.

This author died in 1933, so works by this author are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 89 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.

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