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Labor and Freedom

Eugene V. Debs (1855-1926)

1. The Old Umbrella Mender
2. The Secret of Efficient Expression
3. Jesus, The Supreme Leader
4. Susan B. Anthony: A Reminiscence
5. Louis Tikas - Ludlow's Hero and Martyr
6. The Little Lords of Love
7. The Coppock Bros.
8. The Social Spirit
9. Roosevelt and His Regime
10. Industrial and Social Democracy
11. A Message to the Children
12. Danger Ahead
13. Pioneer Women in America
14. Unity and Victory
15. Political Appeal to American Workers
16. The Fight for Freedom
17. Capitalism and Socialism

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"While there is a lower class I am in it; While there is a criminal class I am of it; While there is a soul in prison I am not free." ( Eugene V. Debs) This collection of essays charts the thought and character of Eugene V. Debs. Debs was an influential early American labor leader, a founding member of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), and a Presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America. In these essays, Debs employs his characteristically fiery rhetoric in a spirited defense of worker's rights, organized labor, women's suffrage, class solidarity, and the principles of economic socialism.