Meyer London (December 29, 1871 — June 6, 1926) was an American politician from New York City. He was one of only two members of the Socialist Party of America elected to the United States Congress.
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... London died on Sunday, June 6, 1926 ... London became confused and when he halted in the middle of the road he was struck by a car, suffering internal injuries ... The driver rushed him to Bellevue Hospital, where London’s daughter was an intern ...
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“One of the many to whom, from straightened circumstances, a consequent inability to form the associations they would wish, and a disinclination to mix with the society they could obtain, London is as complete a solitude as the plains of Syria.”
—Charles Dickens (18121870)
“The churches ... have lost much of their authority over youth because they have refused to re-examine their religious sanctions and their dogmatic preaching in the light of modern physiology, psychology and sociology.”
—Agnes E. Meyer (18871970)