U.S. Socialists and the Mexican Revolution
Against The Current vol. 149

La Botz, Dan

Publisher:  Against The Current
Date Written:  01/11/2010
Year Published:  2010  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX13719

Eugene Victor Debs was America’s most impressive Socialist figure: founder of the American Railway Union and of the Industrial Workers of the World, a founder of the Socialist Party and its repeated candidate for president. He was jailed for his role in the Pullman strike in 1894 and for his opposition to World War I in 1918, and he strongly defended the Russian Soviet Revolution. If any person would stand for revolutionary socialism in the United States, surely it would be Debs.

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