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Eugene V. Debs Speaks

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In "Eugene V. Debs Speaks," readers are invited to explore the fiery orations of Eugene V. Debs, a seminal U.S. socialist and labor leader whose passionate speeches against the early 20th-century capitalist framework echo with relevance today. Published in 1970, this collection captures Debs' unwavering opposition to systemic injustices, including anti-immigrant sentiment, the exploitation inherent in capitalism, and the critical intersections of racial and economic justice. His eloquent denunciations of the Ludlow Massacre and critiques of World War I as an imperialist venture provide poignant insights into the struggles of the working class and marginalized communities. Middle school students will find in Debs' life and words a compelling introduction to the principles of economic justice, racial equality, and immigrant rights, urging them to reflect on how these issues shape our world. This book not only enriches understanding but also inspires a new generation to think critically about the legacies of social justice movements and their continued relevance.
Published by Pathfinder Press on January 1, 1970
328 pages
ISBN: 9780873481328
Best for readers in Middle School
This book provides valuable insights into Economic JusticeImmigrant Rights, and Racial Justice, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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