BERGER, Victor Luitpold, 1860-1929


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Bedford, Henry F. “A Case Study in Hysteria: Victor L. Berger, 1917-1921." Master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1953.

Berger, Victor L. Broadsides. 3d ed. Milwaukee: Social-democratic Publishing Company, 1913.

———. Certified copy of the testimony of Victor L. Berger at the trail of the case of the United States vs. Berger et al. in the United States district court for the Northern district of Illinois, eastern division. Printed for the use of the special committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6, concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a member of the Sixty-sixth Congress. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1919.

———. Voice and pen of Victor L. Berger: Congressional speeches and editorials. Milwaukee, [Wis.]: Milwaukee Leader, 1929.

Carney, Joseph P. Contested-election case of Joseph P. Carney v. Victor L. Berger from the fifth congressional district of Wisconsin. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1919.

De Leon, Daniel. Berger’s hit and misses at the called session of the Sixty-second Congress. New York City: New York Labor News Company, 1911.

———. Berger’s hit and misses at the called session of the Sixty-second Congress, April-October: A symposium of economic, political, sociological, tactical, and historic live topics. New York: New York Labor News Co., 1917.

Miller, Sally M. Victor Berger and the Promise of Constructive Socialism, 1910-1920. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1973.

Muzik, Edward J. “Victor L. Berger: Congress and the Red Scare." Wisconsin Magazine of History 47 (Summer 1964): 309-18.

Nash, Roderick. “Victor L. Berger: Making Marx Respectable." Wisconsin Magazine of History 47 (Summer 1964): 301-8.

Socialist Party (U.S.) 100 years—for what? Being the addresses of Victor L. Berger, Adolph Germer, J. Louis Engdahl, William F. Kruse and Irwin St. John Tucker to the court that sentenced them to serve 100 years in prison. Chicago, Ill.: National office, Socialist party [1919?]

Stevens, Michael E., ed. The family letters of Victor and Meta Berger, 1894-1929. Madison: Center for Documentary History, State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1995.

Stevens, Michael E. and Myrna T. Williamson, eds. Guide to the microfilm edition of the Victor L. Berger papers. Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1995.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Elections No. 1. Contested election case of Carney v. Berger. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1919.

United States. Congress. House. Special Committee on Victor L. Berger Investigation. Case of Victor L. Berger of Wisconsin. New York: DaCapo Press, 1972.

———. Victor L. Berger hearings before the Special Committee appointed under the authority of House resolution no. 6 concerning the right of Victor L. Berger to be sworn in as a Member of the Sixty-sixth Congress. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1919.