The Selected Works of Eugene V. Debs Vol. IV: Red Union, Red Paper, Red Train, 1905-1910

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Haymarket Books
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650
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English
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Hardcover
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9781642596649

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About the Author

Tim Davenport, a resident of Corvallis, Oregon and a member of DSA, launched his Early American Marxism website (www.marxisthistory.org) in 2004 and has been a volunteer with Marxists Internet Archive for more than a decade. Writing as "Carrite," he has started more than 300 articles at Wikipedia and improved hundreds of others on topics relating to labor history and political biography. He is a member of the Organization of American Historians, Historians of American Communism, the Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, and the Labor and Working-Class History Association. His previous book is The "American Exceptionalism" of Jay Lovestone and His Comrades [2015], co-edited with Paul LeBlanc and reissued as a Haymarket Books paperback in 2018.

David Walters lives in Pacifica, California, and originally hails from New York City. Having been formally a member of several socialist organizations since High School in 1972, David was active in the labor movement and is now a retired member of IBEW 1245. He now dedicates himself toward the building of the Marxists Internet Archive which he helped found in the mid-1990s. Additionally he is the Director of the San Francisco based Holt Labor Library, a brick-and-mortar library for papers, documents and journals of the labor and revolutionary left.

Reviews

"Tim Davenport and David Walters have given us, as they did with the first volume of the series, a real treasure, and a restoration." --Paul Buhle, for DSAUSA.org

"Gene Debs tirelessly urged the self-organization of working people in the United States as their only sure road to freedom. His role in the formation of the Socialist Party particularly provides lessons for our day." --Mark Lause