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Eugene V. Debs Reader: Socialism and the Class Struggle Paperback – 1 Mar 2014
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'This selection of Debs' words will help introduce a new generation to an authentic American hero whose vision is as powerful today as in years past. - Today, when capitalism, the free market, and private enterprise are being hailed as triumphant in the world, it is a good time to remember Debs and to rekindle the idea of socialism.' - Howard Zinn
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