Paul Singer (politician)

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Paul Singer (standing, farthest right) with the Social Democratic Reichstag deputies, 1889 Reichstagsfraktion1889.jpg
Paul Singer (standing, farthest right) with the Social Democratic Reichstag deputies, 1889

Paul Singer (16 January 1844, Berlin – 31 January 1911) was a leading Marxist in and representative of the Social Democratic Party of Germany in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Co-Chairmen of the SPD (which he joined in 1878) along with fellow Marxist August Bebel from 1890 until his death in 1911.

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