RADICALS: Chairman Berger

Every so often, the Socialist Party in the U. S. does something. It has not done a great deal since its leader, Eugene Victor Debs, died a year ago (TIME, Nov. 1, 1926).

Last week the Socialist Party dedicated a memorial radio station in Manhattan to Mr. Debs, giving the wave length his initials, WEVD. Also it announced that, at a recent meeting in Detroit, it had chosen Victor L. Berger, U. S. Congressman from Wisconsin, to succeed Eugene V. Debs as Chairman of the National...

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