Author:Eugene Victor Debs
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|American labour leader, presidential candidate|
- The Common Laborer, 1890
- Political Appeal to American Workers, opening Speech of National Campaign, Riverview Park, Chicago, June 16, 1912.
- Speech of sedition, also known as the Canton, Ohio speech, for which Debs was sentenced to ten years imprisonment, for denouncing the First World War.
- Statement to the Court, upon being convicted of sedition, and prior to sentencing.
- Politicians and Preachers
- The Crimson Standard
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