In short, when they lost the guidance of Debs, their ranks became demoralized.
These were the essential parts of the speech which Debs made at Canton.
They strictly adhered to the advice of President Debs to keep out of saloons and away from railroad property.
My name is Desborough—do you understand—do you hear me, Mr. Debs?
Mother, Eve has more brains and character than any of the Debs I know.
When they reached the village she halted before the low roof of Debs's cottage.
And yet, if the Debs woman should win that lawsuit of hers against the railroad she'd have pretty nigh twice as much.
Debs insists that "DeLeon did not 'capture' the organization and Debs is not 'disgusted' with it."
The government ownership of railroads is indeed, as Mr. Debs has said, the one effective remedy for strikes among railroad hands.
Neither Mr. Simons nor Mr. Debs was present at the 1906 meeting.