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    • Benson, Allan, 1915-02-21

    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Protest movements; Peace movements; Appeal to Reason; Resolutions; New York Call; Hillquit, Morris, 1869-1933; Socialism -- United States -- Newspapers;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 2/21/1915. Says that he is sending Eugene V. Debs Morris Hillquit's reply to his challenge in the NEW YORK CALL. Writes that he has been a member of the Socialist Party for several years and has never been known as a...
    • Benson, Allan, 1915-03-19

    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Protest movements;Peace movements
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 3/19/1915. Writes that he did not know that the German socialists demanded the "democratization" of the war-making power. Says that he wants to make this idea take root in the people's minds. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he...
    • Benson, Allan, 1915-04-01

    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Protest movements; Peace movements; Hillquit, Morris, 1869-1933; Resolutions; Appeal to Reason;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 4/1/1915. Writes that he read Eugene V. Debs's article in the APPEAL TO REASON with pleasure. Says that he is glad that Eugene V. Debs wrote that he accepted the general thrust of his war-referendum idea. Remarks that he...
    • Benson, Allan 1915-03-24

    • Peace movements; World War, 1914-1918 -- Protest movements; Appeal to Reason;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 3/24/1915. Writes that he did not think that Eugene V. Debs's criticisms were justified. Says that he does not see himself as the man who Eugene V. Debs described. Remarks that he is sorry if he misrepresented himself in...
    • Weinberger, Harry 1921-12-07

    • War -- Public opinion; Peace movements;
    • Copy of letter to H. G. Wells, 12/07/1921. Informs Wells that working for the liberation of Eugene V. Debs and Charles Ashleigh is part of the general fight for world peace. Says that the powers that be can have no real desire to push for world...
    • Traubel, Horace 1916-12-16

    • Peace movements;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 12/16/1916. Says that he, like Traubel, is opposed to a "nation carrying the weapons of murder about it as well as an individual." Writes that he is against the "whole diabolical program of human butchery." Remarks that...
    • Cock, George B. 1920-10-07

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Peace movements;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 10/07/1920. Tells Debs that he must "send out a challenge to the old parties" and take part in the discussion surrounding the League of Nations. Says that he would like to see "harmony among the nations of the earth." ...
    • Cohen, Joseph E. 1919-12-11

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Peace movements; Political prisoners;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 12/11/1919. Writes that Debs is always close to him in spirit. Says that these are strange days with people being "hounded and deported and jailed" for mentioning violence when all they want to do is counteract it.
    • Elliot, Francis Marshall 1915-03-02

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Debs, Theodore, 1864-1945; Publications; Peace movements
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 3/2/1915. Writes that he has been unable to get an article he wrote published on the proposed peace amendments to the constitution of the Socialist Party in the AMERICAN SOCIALIST. Says that it is vital for the rank and...
    • Conkin, Darius B. 1949-12-25

    • World War, 1914-1918; Peace movements;
    • Letter to Charles Staff, 12/25/1949. Says that he agrees with the suggestion that Staff made in the VOICE OF THE PEOPLE in terms of abolishing the causes of war. Writes that Congress should appoint a committee of historians and psychiatrists to...
    • Conklin, Darius B. 1945-12-27

    • Peace movements;
    • Letter from Charles Staff, 12/27/1945. Writes that Conklin has made an exhaustive study of historical events. Remarks that he thinks that Conklin's conclusions are sound. Tells Conklin that people should protest every chance they get to prevent...
    • Debs, Eugene V. n.d. 024

    • Writing; Peace movements;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, n.d. Tells Theodore Debs that he has received an impressive booklet by Jessie E. Samptis called THE COMING OF PEACE which is written mostly in free verse. Says that he would like to meet the author. Quotes extensively...
    • Debs, Eugene V. n.d. 076e

    • Meetings; Peace movements; Flowers; African Americans;
    • Incomplete letter to Theodore Debs, 10/27/????. Writes that the meeting house was "packed to the doors last night." Says that 300 people paid $1.50 to sit on the stage. Mentions that there were hundreds of people who could not get in. States...
    • Lehane, Cornelius n.d.

    • Peace movements
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, n.d. Writes that he appreciates the interest he and Eugene V. Debs have taken in his case. Assures Theodore Debs that he never stated that the Socialist Party had sold out to the British government. Asks that Theodore...
    • Lanfersiek, Walter 1915-12-23

    • Peace movements
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs on Socialist Party National Office letterhead, 12/23/1915. Writes that Eugene V. Debs has been named to appear on a committee for the purpose of requesting a meeting with Woodrow Wilson on the Meyer London Resolution which...

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