Eugene V. Debs: spokesman for labor and socialism
Charles H. Kerr, published for the Eugene V. Debs Foundation, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 265 pages
The classic biography covering all of Debs public career of 52 years - as City Clerk and State Representative, American Railway Union organizer, and his conversion to socialism, five campaigns for the presidency and his leadership of anti-war dissenters and other causes. Based on research in family papers, this is still the finest sympathetic story of "the nation's foremost radical hero, the most popular leader of a Marxist movement..."
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