Free Speech and the Suppression of Dissent During World War I w. Eric Chester
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Eric Chester, author of the new book from Monthly Review Press, Free Speech and the Suppression of Dissent During World War I, joins Comrade Adam in the library this week for a very special episode! 

We work through Eric's new book and talk about the differing contexts of suppression of free speech in the UK and the U.S., Eugene Debs, the IWW, Samuel Gompers and the ALF-CIO legacy, and some of the legendary IWW strikes and labor drives during the period.

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