Shubert Sebree remembers Eugene Debs. Professor Laura McEnaney, author of Postwar: Waging Peace in Chicago, on the fate of labor's complex New Deal coalition and connecting the essential workers of the 1940s with those fighting today’s war against the pandemic. Plus Joe Glazer and The Ballad of Eugene Victor Debs, and this week’s Labor History in 2:00: Workers Pay the Price for Bad Management
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