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0316-debs-russia.pdf
Views on the Double Attack on Russia. by Eugene V. Debs was Published in The Eye Opener (Chicago), v. 9, no. 34, whole no. 280 (March 16, 1918), pg. 3.

0316-debs-indicted.pdf
Indicted, Unashamed and Unafraid by Eugene V. Debs was Published in The Eye Opener (Chicago), v. 9, no. 34, whole no. 280 (March 16, 1918), pg. 2.

031100-debs-negroandclassstruggle.pdf
The Negro and the Class Struggle by Eugene V. Debs was Published as the lead article in The International Socialist Review, vol. 4, no. 5 (Nov. 1903), pp. 257-260. Tendentiously omitted from the 1908 Presidential campaign-related volume of Debs’…

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0310-debs-arouseyeslaves.pdf
Arouse, Ye Slaves! by Eugene V. Debs was First published in The Appeal to Reason [Girard, KS], March 10, 1906. Reprinted in Debs: His Life, Writings, and Speeches. (Girard, KS: The Appeal to Reason, 1908), pp. 309-311.

030620-debs-oncolorquestion.pdf
On the Color Question by Eugene V. Debs consists of excerpts from an article in the Indianapolis World, June 20, 1903. It was reprinted as “Debs on the Color Question” in Appeal to Reason, whole no. 396 (July 4, 1903), pg. 2.
The Indianapolis…

0304-debs-politicalprisoners.pdf
Debs Appeals for Prisoners: Leader Requests that All Trade Unions and Societies Work for Release of War Prisoners by Eugene V. Debs was Published in The New Age [Buffalo, NY], vol. 10, whole no. 499 (March 16, 1922), pg. 1.

0300-debs-rightsofworkingwomen.pdf
The Rights of Working Women by Eugene V. Debs was Published in The Melting Pot [St. Louis, MO], vol. 1, no. 3 (March 1913), pp. 12-13.

0300-debs-jesussupreme.pdf
Jesus, the Supreme Leader. by Eugene V. Debs was Originally published in Progressive Woman, March 1914. Reprinted in Labor and Freedom: The Voice and Pen of Eugene V. Debs. (St. Louis: Phil Wagner, 1916), pp. 22-29.

0300-debs-astotheldc.pdf
As to the Labor Defense Council by Eugene V. Debs was Published in The Socialist World [Chicago], v. 6, no. 3 (March 1925), pg. 13.

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0220-debs-powerofthepress.pdf
This short and fluffy article by Socialist leader Gene Debs makes for useful blurb material for radical publishers of any ages. The ruling class are “keenly alive to the power of the press in molding public sentiment and in shaping affairs in…
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