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The Eugene V. Debs reader : socialism and the class struggle

Author: Eugene V Debs; William A Pelz
Publisher: Chicago : Institute of Working Class History, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This selection of Debs' words will help introduce a new generation to an authentic American hero whose vision is as powerful today as in years past. Times have changed but the fundamental injustices which so moved Debs continue to cry out. If we seek to honor Eugene V. Debs, we should not lament his passing but, rather like him, organize" Howard Zinn -- Cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugene V Debs; William A Pelz
ISBN: 0970466900 9780970466907
OCLC Number: 45877258
Description: 205 pages ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Socialism and the class struggle
Responsibility: edited by William A. Pelz ; introduction by Howard Zinn.

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"This selection of Debs' words will help introduce a new generation to an authentic American hero whose vision is as powerful today as in years past. Times have changed but the fundamental injustices which so moved Debs continue to cry out. If we seek to honor Eugene V. Debs, we should not lament his passing but, rather like him, organize" Howard Zinn -- Cover.

Trade unionist, Socialist, Presindetial candidate, jailed anti-war activist: Eugene V. Debs was all of these and more. tHis career spanned two centuries, from the Gilded Age into the roaring 1920s. Debs' radical presence was uniquely American. More than half a century after this voice of the voiceless fell silent, the former railroad worker still have much to offer--Cover.

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