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America's Road to Socialism

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The coming confrontation between the producing majority and the wealthy few, and a perspective on what the United States will look like under a government of workers and farmers.

Introduction by George Novack, photo, index

Paperback, 128 pages
Published January 1st 1975 by Pathfinder Press
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James P. Cannon was born in Rosedale, Kansas, in 1890. His father, who had originally come from Ireland, was a socialist and was a regular reader of Appeal to Reason.

At the age of 18 he joined the Socialist Party of America and became a devoted follower of Eugene Debs. His friend Tom Kerry claimed that Cannon considered Debs as "one of the greatest orators, agitators, and propagandists that the Am
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