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Daniel De Leon (; December 14, 1852 – May 11, 1914), alternatively spelt Daniel de León, was an American socialist newspaper editor, politician, Marxist theoretician, and trade union organizer. He is regarded as the forefather of the idea of revolutionary industrial unionism and was the leading figure in the Socialist Labor Party of America from 1890 until the time of his death. De Leon was a co-founder of the Industrial Workers of the World and much of his ideas and philosophy contributed to the creations of Socialist Labor parties across the world, including: Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the Socialist Trade and Labor Alliance.
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New York : Industrial Union Party, [1935]
 
 
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New York : National Executive Committee, Socialist Labor Party, 1913
 
 
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New York : National Executive Committee, Socialist Labor Party, 1920
 
 
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New York : New York Labor News Company, 1911
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Glasgow : Printed and published by the Socialist Party for Andrade's Bookshops, Melbourne and Sydney, [1921?]
 
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