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Victor Louis Berger

Berger, Victor Louis (1860–1929), first Socialist member of U.S. Congress (1911–13, 1918, 1919). Born in Austria, Berger founded and led the American Socialist Party. In World War I he was sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment for aiding the enemy, but was freed on appeal and returned to Congress (1923–29).

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