He "was poor in the things of this world, but rich in the things of the spirit," Randolph says of Debs in these previously unpublished remarks.
Original subtitle: "Eugene V. Debs writes incisively of some of the 'problems' of the ruling class."
In an 1890s mini-article, Debs comments on that scandalous mode of dress.
Another unearthed Eugene Debs article.
Debs in the Texas Socialist newspaper "The Rebel"
Debs assails the hypocrites of the pulpit and the sadists of the purse.
Debs was not a fan of the philanthropic set.
Writing amid a Southern trip in 1915, Eugene Debs praises Chicago teachers for fighting back against a local ban on their union.
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