Debs was not a fan of the philanthropic set.
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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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A Eugene Debs article I uncovered in the archives on the famed Christmas Day truce.
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At the risk of shoehorning every anniversary or holiday into a Debs Dispatch post, I thought I’d bring you an excerpt in honor of MLK’s death…
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I’ve always found it tragic that we don’t have any audio of Eugene Debs’s voice. What was so resonant, so stirring to audiences — its timbre, its pitch…
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I just came across this and thought I’d share: Debs, in one of his final articles, using the Osage murders to excoriate the crimes committed against…
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Cold. Ostentatious. Hostile to socialist politics. Kate Debs, Eugene’s wife, has gotten a bad rap. With few exceptions, historians and biographers have…
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Eugene Debs revered John Brown as “history’s greatest hero,” a man who saw an unspeakable horror and tried to dash it from the world. In October 1908…
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