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Socialist Party Account Book 1911-1916

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There is an ongoing debate on whether or not Ruskin Florida was established as a Socialist experiment or not. This ledge demonstrates that many Ruskin residents were dues paying members of the Socialist Party in Florida. Yet, by itself, this book doesn't answer the question. There were many branches of the Socialist Party in America and George Miller, was likely of a more mild, reform party loyalist because the primary parties didn't fully address social inequities in the United States. Miller was more of a Christian Socialist and communitarian, although it is likely that most views of the party were held by at least some members of the community.
Title: Socialist Party Account Book 1911-1916.
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Summary: There is an ongoing debate on whether or not Ruskin Florida was established as a Socialist experiment or not. This ledge demonstrates that many Ruskin residents were dues paying members of the Socialist Party in Florida. Yet, by itself, this book doesn't answer the question. There were many branches of the Socialist Party in America and George Miller, was likely of a more mild, reform party loyalist because the primary parties didn't fully address social inequities in the United States. Miller was more of a Christian Socialist and communitarian, although it is likely that most views of the party were held by at least some members of the community.
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