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Hass was of German and Danish ancestry, and was born in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1905.[1] He died of a heart attack in Community Hospital, Santa Rosa, California on October 2, 1980.[1]

State electionsEdit

Presidential electionsEdit

In 1952, his running mate was Stephen Emery; in 1956 and 1960, Georgia Cozzini; and in 1964, Henning A. Blomen. He came in third place in 1964.

Hass was also a prolific author on topics dealing with socialism and one of the SLP's more influential members.

BibliographyEdit

  • John L. Lewis Exposed (1937)
  • The Socialist industrial unionism the workers' power (1941)
  • Labor Draft: Step To Industrial Slavery (1943)
  • The Americanism of Socialism (1944)
  • Stalinist Imperialism: the social and economic forces behind Russian expansion (1946)
  • The Socialist Labor Party and the Internationals (1949)
  • Dave Beck, labor merchant. The case history of a labor leader (1955)
  • Militarism Labor's Foe! (1955)
  • What workers should know about automation ...and what employers don't tell them (1957)
  • The Reactionary Right: Incipient Fascism (1966)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "German ancestry Politicians in California". The Political Graveyard. Retrieved 8 August 2013.
Preceded by
Edward A. Teichert
Socialist Labor Party Presidential candidate
1952, 1956, 1960, 1964
Succeeded by
Henning A. Blomen