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“Milwaukee-ize!”: Social Democracy in Milwaukee in the Early 20th Century

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“Milwaukee-ize!”: Social Democracy in Milwaukee in the Early 20th Century

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  1. “Milwaukee-ize!”: Social Democracy in Milwaukee in the Early 20th Century UW-Washington County October 1, 2008 Elizabeth Jozwiak

  2. Progressive Era: response to new economy & society McCormick Works, c. 1900 Wisconsin Historical Society

  3. “Progressives”—generic term Theodore Roosevelt

  4. Robert M. La Follette (R-WI)

  5. Victor Berger—Social Democratic Party

  6. “Bundle Brigade” Organizer E. T. Melms

  7. Mayor David Rose (1898-1906)

  8. Emil Seidel and Victor Berger

  9. TMER&L Co.—SDP Nemesis Photo: Wisconsin Historical Society

  10. Streetcar riders, 1910 Wisconsin Historical Society

  11. Scenic Lake Park

  12. Lake Park, 1900 Photo: Wisconsin Historical Society

  13. Milwaukee County Historical Society

  14. Saloons or Playgrounds? Wisconsin Historical Society

  15. Social Center Gymnastics class, c. 1915 Wisconsin Historical Society

  16. Social Center Game Room

  17. Emil Seidel, Milwaukee Mayor 1910-1912

  18. Milwaukee City Hall, c. 1900 Wisconsin Historical Society

  19. Photo: Milwaukee County Historical Society

  20. 1910: Socialists hold majority in Common Council

  21. Charles Whitnall From: History of Milwaukee, William George Bruce, 1922

  22. Meta Berger, Socialist School Board Member

  23. Daniel Hoan— Milwaukee Mayor 1916-1940