The War at Home: Part 1: Rebellion

The Anti-War Speech That Jailed Eugene Debs For 10 Years

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“The master class has always declared the wars; the subject class has always fought the battles. The master class has had all to gain and nothing to lose, while the subject class has had nothing to gain and all to lose—especially their lives.” — Eugene Debs

Scott N Dec. 10, 2020

From the archives:

How Capitalism Controls You by The Anti-Social Socialist

The Incomplete and Wonderful History of May Day + Chris Smalls: Support May Day Strikers

Plutocracy V: Subterranean Fire (must-see)

Plutocracy IV: Gangsters for Capitalism (must-see)

Plutocracy I: Political Repression in the U.S.A. + Plutocracy II: Solidarity Forever + Plutocracy III: Class War (must-see)

Labor History: The Pullman Strike of 1894

The Brief Origins of May Day by Eric Chase

How Debs Became A Socialist by Paul D’Amato

Howard Zinn: Hidden History of The American Working Class

The Anti-War Speech That Jailed Eugene Debs For 10 Years + Transcript

The Haymarket Riot: “It is a Subterranean Fire” by Elizabeth Schulte

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