Overview Coming together : the populist protest Moving left : stopping the trains Fusion, decline, transition Party building : bravery in the face of triumph Promoting the miners' agenda Party progress : the 1904 election The WFM, Big Bill, and the Wobblies The red special, elections, and free speech Thunder stealing, respect, and relevance Going local : water and sewer socialism The rising and falling tide : conditions of the parties Pitching the battle : Ludlow, Hill, Duncan, and Hunt Slipping, but holding on : in the legislature War and repression : the law of necessity Concluding note : Aftermath and legacy.
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Print version: Berman, David R. Radicalism in the mountain West, 1890-1920 : socialists, populists, miners, and Wobblies. Boulder : University Press of Colorado,  xiv, 386 pages, 22 unnumbered pages of plates ; 24 cm