Monthly Archives: May 2019

The Haywood Trial of 1907, part 1 (19-14)

As we have seen, Gene Debs was very close to those who organized the Industrial Workers of the World but took a rather casual approach to the new industrial union, delivering a speech at the founding convention before departing to … Continue reading

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A Few Notes at Halftime (19-13)

The last week of April and the first week of May is a regular and predictable time when my work on Debs slows to a crawl. Real life intervenes in the form of a ten-straight day work schedule; free time … Continue reading

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