World Socialist Party of The United States

The World Socialist Party of the United States (WSPUS) is a socialist political organization established in Detroit, Michigan as the Socialist Party of the United States in 1916 and which operated as the Socialist Educational Society in the 1920s and later the Workers' Socialist Party. The organization reemerged in the 1990s and exists today as the American companion party of the World Socialist Movement.

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World Socialist Party Of The United States - Publications
... The Socialist, 1929-1938 Western Socialist Journal #Vols 1 - 40, 1939 - 1980 World Socialist Review #1, 1986 World Socialist Review #2, 1986 World Socialist Review #3, 1987 ...
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... The "Socialist Party of the United States" (SPUS) — its name inspired by co-thinkers in the Socialist Party of Great Britain (SPGB) and the Socialist ... The WSPUS applauded the Bolshevik withdrawal from the first World War, but felt that the new Soviet regime could only be state capitalist and hence should not be supported ... In 1947 the party's name was changed to the present World Socialist Party of the United States, companion party of World Socialist Movement ...

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