Democracy's Prisoner

Eugene V. Debs, the Great War, and the Right to Dissent
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Freeberg shows that the campaign to send Debs from an Atlanta jailhouse to the White House was part of a wider national debate over the right to free speech in wartime. In this narrative he tells how Debs was one of thousands of Americans arrested for speaking his mind during the Great War.

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