Monthly Archives: April 2019

Debs on the Road in 1906 (19-10)

Those who write about history — historians — are generally not satisfied unless they make a unique mark upon their subject, either uncovering new facts to tell a story in a new way, or reinterpreting old facts to provide a … Continue reading

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(19-09) The IWW Split of 1906

Daniel DeLeon was largely responsible for the 1906 split of the Industrial Workers of the World, a division which resulted in two parallel organizations spending money they could not afford on doubled up salaries, offices, and newspapers. Let us be … Continue reading

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