Eugene Debs: The Mission of Socialism is Wide as the World
In an Independence Day speech in 1901, socialist leader Eugene Debs declared: "I like the 4th of July. It breathes a spirit of revolution. On this day we reaffirm the ultimate triumph of Socialism. It is coming as certain as I stand in your presence."
In 1918, Socialist Leader Eugene Debs Gave This Speech That Landed Him in Prison
In his famous "Canton" speech, Debs declared that "The master class has always declared the wars; the subject class has always fought the battles."