Eugene Victor Debs

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United States labor organizer who ran for President as a socialist (1855-1926)

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As Eugene Victor Debs did in 1912 and 1920, as Robert La Follette did in 1924, and as Norman Thomas did time and again, Ralph Nader repudiated the choice of the lesser evil and stood on principle.
Much credit for the early success of the Socialist Party is due to its smart and charismatic leader, Eugene Victor Debs of Indiana, who first gained prominence organizing railway workers.
EUGENE VICTOR DEBS remained constantly in the American public eye from the time of his trial for refusing to obey a federal injunction during the Pullman strike of 1894.
Eugene Victor Debs played an important role in popularizing ideas and ideals which were denounced as radical, even "unAmerican," in the early part of the 20th century.
The bending cross; a biography of Eugene Victor Debs.
Of the two, Nader's campaign shows more promise, as he has galvanized the grassroots in a way unseen since the days of Henry Wallace and Norman Thomas and, before them, Robert La Follette and Eugene Victor Debs.