The Socialist (to the Democratic Donkey)—‘You’re Stealing My Props! Why Not Take this Also?
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Judge 75: 1948
Feb 15, 1919
In the period immediately following World War I, the Democratic Party adopted a number of the more popular Socialist party platforms, such as a nationalized telephone/telegraph service and a nationalized railroad. At the same time, the country experienced a “Red scare” in which many Americans feared that radical immigrants and home-grown revolutionaries threatened the US government and capitalist economy.
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