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Excerpt from Modern Socialism: In Its Historical Development
The curtain of the twentieth century was drawn up under the sign of Socialism. The proletarian red ﬂag, hailed by some with enthusiasm, viewed by others as a menacing symbol with horror, is by none regarded with indifference. Creations of the brain of solitary thinkers turned into a social movement the mightiest history knows of; the immense Socialistic literature is increasing every day; thousands of organs of the press in the old and new worlds endeavour to elaborate, develop and spread Socialistic ideas. Millions of people actively participate in this move ment, and it is indeed not to be wondered at that the problem contained in this agitation forms the central topic of public thought.
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