Category Archives: Politics

GEORGE GASCON FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY

first published in Medium, October 13, 2020 Los Angeles, Hear This! George Gascon for District Attorney by Matt Gonzalez Voters in Los Angeles County have a chance to turn their district attorney’s office into a force for criminal justice reform. Here’s

GEORGE GASCON FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY

first published in Medium, October 13, 2020 Los Angeles, Hear This! George Gascon for District Attorney by Matt Gonzalez Voters in Los Angeles County have a chance to turn their district attorney’s office into a force for criminal justice reform. Here’s

GUNS IN OUR SOCIETY

first published in Medium, December 29, 2019 The trigger pull on children’s squirt guns (aka toy water pistols) being tested, 2017. What Everybody Missed About the Legal Case that Helped Elect a President By Matt Gonzalez Four and ½ years ago

GUNS IN OUR SOCIETY

first published in Medium, December 29, 2019 The trigger pull on children’s squirt guns (aka toy water pistols) being tested, 2017. What Everybody Missed About the Legal Case that Helped Elect a President By Matt Gonzalez Four and ½ years ago

CHESA BOUDIN FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY

first published in Medium, November 1, 2109 Chesa Boudin with other attorneys on the steps of the California State Building, August 11, 2109. Photo by Smeeta Mahanti / Chesa4DA. Who’s Afraid of Chesa Boudin? By Matt Gonzalez In the final

CHESA BOUDIN FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY

first published in Medium, November 1, 2109 Chesa Boudin with other attorneys on the steps of the California State Building, August 11, 2109. Photo by Smeeta Mahanti / Chesa4DA. Who’s Afraid of Chesa Boudin? By Matt Gonzalez In the final

VICTOR ARNAUTOFF

first published in the San Francisco Examiner, June 24, 2019 Detail from The Life of George Washington mural by Victor Arnautoff at George Washington High School in San Francisco. Don’t whitewash history by Matt Gonzalez A controversy over murals painted

VICTOR ARNAUTOFF

first published in the San Francisco Examiner, June 24, 2019 Detail from The Life of George Washington mural by Victor Arnautoff at George Washington High School in San Francisco. Don’t whitewash history by Matt Gonzalez A controversy over murals painted

JEFF ADACHI

Eulogy for San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, March 4, 2019 1:04:50 introduction of Matt Gonzalez by Rudy Corpuz; 1:05:48 Matt Gonzalez begins to speak. Eulogy for Jeff Adachi (1959-2019) by Matt Gonzalez The following are the remarks made by

JEFF ADACHI

Eulogy for San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, March 4, 2019 1:04:50 introduction of Matt Gonzalez by Rudy Corpuz; 1:05:48 Matt Gonzalez begins to speak. Eulogy for Jeff Adachi (1959-2019) by Matt Gonzalez The following are the remarks made by

SF Mayoral Race Vote Totals Since 1939

“City Hall @ Fulton #7” (San Francisco City Hall from the Western Addition neighborhood) by Nicholas Coley, 24 x 36 inches, oil on canvas, 2013. San Francisco Mayoral Race Vote Totals Since 1939 by Matt Gonzalez Below are the top

SF Mayoral Race Vote Totals Since 1939

“City Hall @ Fulton #7” (San Francisco City Hall from the Western Addition neighborhood) by Nicholas Coley, 24 x 36 inches, oil on canvas, 2013. San Francisco Mayoral Race Vote Totals Since 1939 by Matt Gonzalez Below are the top

S.F. Judges Election

first published in Medium, May 11, 2018 Democrats for Judge: Maria Evangelista, Niki Solis, Phoenix Streets, & Kwixuan Maloof. Photo by Elizabeth Cermak. The Thin Black Line A group of high-level California judges have mounted a dangerous public campaign against four

S.F. Judges Election

first published in Medium, May 11, 2018 Democrats for Judge: Maria Evangelista, Niki Solis, Phoenix Streets, & Kwixuan Maloof. Photo by Elizabeth Cermak. The Thin Black Line A group of high-level California judges have mounted a dangerous public campaign against four

SANCTUARY CITIES

first published in BeyondChron.org, August 1, 2017 San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi addressing news media at San Francisco’s Hall of Justice following Jose Ines Garcia Zarate’s arraignment, July 7, 2015. Photo by Michael Macor for the San Francisco Chronicle.

SANCTUARY CITIES

first published in BeyondChron.org, August 1, 2017 San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi addressing news media at San Francisco’s Hall of Justice following Jose Ines Garcia Zarate’s arraignment, July 7, 2015. Photo by Michael Macor for the San Francisco Chronicle.

LOADED GUN & AUTO BREAK-INS

first published in 48 hills, July 21, 2017 Federal agent’s loaded gun, left unsecured in a car, killed Kate Steinle So why is all the attention on an immigrant who was at the end of an unfortunate chain of events?

LOADED GUN & AUTO BREAK-INS

first published in 48 hills, July 21, 2017 Federal agent’s loaded gun, left unsecured in a car, killed Kate Steinle So why is all the attention on an immigrant who was at the end of an unfortunate chain of events?

A SO-CALLED DANGEROUS FELON

first published in 48 hills, July 18, 2017 Jose Ines Garcia Zarate (also known as Juan Francisco Lopez Sanchez). A ‘dangerous felon’ who was never convicted of a violent crime The ‘seven felony convictions’ of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate are

A SO-CALLED DANGEROUS FELON

first published in 48 hills, July 18, 2017 Jose Ines Garcia Zarate (also known as Juan Francisco Lopez Sanchez). A ‘dangerous felon’ who was never convicted of a violent crime The ‘seven felony convictions’ of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate are

SIG SAUER ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGES

first published in the San Francisco Examiner, July 11, 2017 Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, also known as Juan Francisco Lopez Sanchez, during an interview with a TV reporter, July 5, 2015. A gun’s history of accidental discharges by Matt Gonzalez

SIG SAUER ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGES

first published in the San Francisco Examiner, July 11, 2017 Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, also known as Juan Francisco Lopez Sanchez, during an interview with a TV reporter, July 5, 2015. A gun’s history of accidental discharges by Matt Gonzalez

KATE’S LAW

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, July 5, 2017 Lawyers for Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, Matt Gonzalez & Francisco Ugarte, leave Department 9 of the San Francisco Superior Court after Garcia Zarate’s arraignment, July 7, 2015. Photo by Justin

KATE’S LAW

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, July 5, 2017 Lawyers for Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, Matt Gonzalez & Francisco Ugarte, leave Department 9 of the San Francisco Superior Court after Garcia Zarate’s arraignment, July 7, 2015. Photo by Justin

BORDER WALL

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 7, 2016 Luis Pinto’s installation for “Welcome to the Left Coast” exhibition at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, May 13, 2016. Curated by Andres Guerrero and Matt Gonzalez. Build the Wall by

BORDER WALL

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 7, 2016 Luis Pinto’s installation for “Welcome to the Left Coast” exhibition at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, May 13, 2016. Curated by Andres Guerrero and Matt Gonzalez. Build the Wall by

BERNIE SANDERS

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 7, 2016 Painting by Michelle Guintu exhibited in the “Welcome to the Left Coast” exhibition at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, May, 2016. Defending Bernie or Bust by Matt Gonzalez The only

BERNIE SANDERS

original to The Matt Gonzalez Reader, November 7, 2016 Painting by Michelle Guintu exhibited in the “Welcome to the Left Coast” exhibition at the Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco, May, 2016. Defending Bernie or Bust by Matt Gonzalez The only

NONCITIZEN VOTING

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, October 7, 2016 Collage over a photograph by Tina Modotti by Matt Gonzalez, 2010. Prop. N: Allows noncitizens to vote for school board by Matt Gonzalez Proposition N seeks to achieve two things:

NONCITIZEN VOTING

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, October 7, 2016 Collage over a photograph by Tina Modotti by Matt Gonzalez, 2010. Prop. N: Allows noncitizens to vote for school board by Matt Gonzalez Proposition N seeks to achieve two things:

KSHAMA SAWANT & TY MOORE

first released as an open letter, The Matt Gonzalez Reader, October 22, 2013   A CALL TO ACTION IN SUPPORT OF TWO INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES by Matt Gonzalez & Jill Stein As the American public is confronted with the latest example

KSHAMA SAWANT & TY MOORE

first released as an open letter, The Matt Gonzalez Reader, October 22, 2013   A CALL TO ACTION IN SUPPORT OF TWO INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES by Matt Gonzalez & Jill Stein As the American public is confronted with the latest example

RANKED CHOICE VOTING

Cover of Steven Hill’s book Fixing Elections published by Routledge in 2003. RCV IS GOOD FOR PROGRESSIVES by Steven Hill & Matt Gonzalez Since San Francisco began using ranked choice voting in 2004 and public financing of campaigns in 2002,

RANKED CHOICE VOTING

Cover of Steven Hill’s book Fixing Elections published by Routledge in 2003. RCV IS GOOD FOR PROGRESSIVES by Steven Hill & Matt Gonzalez Since San Francisco began using ranked choice voting in 2004 and public financing of campaigns in 2002,

SF MAYOR’S RACE, 2011

Compare and Decide, SF Mayoral Race 2011, first released on YOUTUBE, October 31, 2011 COMPARE AND DECIDE by Matt Gonzalez & Isiah Flores Jeff Adachi filing papers to run for Mayor of San Francisco, 2011. SF Chronicle photo by Lance

SF MAYOR’S RACE, 2011

Compare and Decide, SF Mayoral Race 2011, first released on YOUTUBE, October 31, 2011 COMPARE AND DECIDE by Matt Gonzalez & Isiah Flores Jeff Adachi filing papers to run for Mayor of San Francisco, 2011. SF Chronicle photo by Lance

DAVID WAGGONER

first published in the San Francisco Bay Guardian, June 1, 2011 Photograph of David Waggoner by Geoff King, 2010. DAVID WAGGONER: A Community Watchdog for Police Commission by Harry Britt, Matt Gonzalez, & Aaron Peskin Given the escalating rash of

DAVID WAGGONER

first published in the San Francisco Bay Guardian, June 1, 2011 Photograph of David Waggoner by Geoff King, 2010. DAVID WAGGONER: A Community Watchdog for Police Commission by Harry Britt, Matt Gonzalez, & Aaron Peskin Given the escalating rash of

NANCY PELOSI vs JOHN DENNIS

first published in Fog City Journal, October 12, 2010 John Dennis, Congressman Ron Paul, Tony Hall & Matt Gonzalez, September 4, 2010. Photograph by Luke Thomas. OPEN LETTER TO NANCY PELOSI by Matt Gonzalez October 12, 2010 Representative Nancy Pelosi

NANCY PELOSI vs JOHN DENNIS

first published in Fog City Journal, October 12, 2010 John Dennis, Congressman Ron Paul, Tony Hall & Matt Gonzalez, September 4, 2010. Photograph by Luke Thomas. OPEN LETTER TO NANCY PELOSI by Matt Gonzalez October 12, 2010 Representative Nancy Pelosi

PUBLIC CONTRACTING

first published in BeyondChron.org, July 27, 2010 WHY BOTHER BIDDING? by Matt Gonzalez How Fred Bekele won a parking garage contract in San Francisco, only to have it taken away In the summer of 2007, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation

PUBLIC CONTRACTING

first published in BeyondChron.org, July 27, 2010 WHY BOTHER BIDDING? by Matt Gonzalez How Fred Bekele won a parking garage contract in San Francisco, only to have it taken away In the summer of 2007, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation

PETER CAMEJO on the Matt Gonzalez campaign for Mayor of San Francisco

Peter Camejo speaking at the June 1970 national anti-war conference in Cleveland which voted to establish the Peace Action Coalition. Photograph is taken from Peter’s Pathfinder pamphlet Liberalism, Ultraleftism or Mass Action, 1970. _________________________________________________________ The following is the unedited version

PETER CAMEJO on the Matt Gonzalez campaign for Mayor of San Francisco

Peter Camejo speaking at the June 1970 national anti-war conference in Cleveland which voted to establish the Peace Action Coalition. Photograph is taken from Peter’s Pathfinder pamphlet Liberalism, Ultraleftism or Mass Action, 1970. _________________________________________________________ The following is the unedited version

PETER CAMEJO 1939-2008

first published in As It Ought To Be, September 14, 2009 Peter Camejo, Socialist Workers Party candidate for US President, 1976. REMEMBERING PETER CAMEJO 1939-2008 by Matt Gonzalez Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of Peter Camejo’s death. He had been

PETER CAMEJO 1939-2008

first published in As It Ought To Be, September 14, 2009 Peter Camejo, Socialist Workers Party candidate for US President, 1976. REMEMBERING PETER CAMEJO 1939-2008 by Matt Gonzalez Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of Peter Camejo’s death. He had been

THE PUBLIC DEFENDER

first published in Fog City Journal, July 8, 2009 Jeff Adachi conferring with a client, photo by Robert Gumpert DEFENDING THE PUBLIC DEFENDER by Matt Gonzalez & G. Whitney Leigh SAN FRANCISCO’S PUBLIC DEFENDER, Jeff Adachi, is facing a $1.9

THE PUBLIC DEFENDER

first published in Fog City Journal, July 8, 2009 Jeff Adachi conferring with a client, photo by Robert Gumpert DEFENDING THE PUBLIC DEFENDER by Matt Gonzalez & G. Whitney Leigh SAN FRANCISCO’S PUBLIC DEFENDER, Jeff Adachi, is facing a $1.9

TRANSBAY AUTHORITY

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, June 15, 2009; an edited version appears below Event poster by Chuck Sperry A BLACK BART LESSON FOR TRANSBAY AUTHORITY by Warren Hinckle, Matt Gonzalez & Jello Biafra IF WE CAN LEARN FROM

TRANSBAY AUTHORITY

first published in the San Francisco Chronicle, June 15, 2009; an edited version appears below Event poster by Chuck Sperry A BLACK BART LESSON FOR TRANSBAY AUTHORITY by Warren Hinckle, Matt Gonzalez & Jello Biafra IF WE CAN LEARN FROM

TAXI-MEDALLION SYSTEM

first published in the San Francisco Examiner, June 10, 2009 STOP ROMANTICIZING BROKEN TAXI-MEDALLION SYSTEM by Matt Gonzalez RECENT SUGGESTIONS BY Mayor Gavin Newsom’s administration that San Francisco should consider selling taxi medallions to raise revenue have been greeted with

TAXI-MEDALLION SYSTEM

first published in the San Francisco Examiner, June 10, 2009 STOP ROMANTICIZING BROKEN TAXI-MEDALLION SYSTEM by Matt Gonzalez RECENT SUGGESTIONS BY Mayor Gavin Newsom’s administration that San Francisco should consider selling taxi medallions to raise revenue have been greeted with

THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY: THE TRAIL OF BROKEN PROMISES

first published in CounterPunch.org, October 29, 2008 THE TRAIL OF BROKEN PROMISES by Matt Gonzalez What Do They Have to Do to Lose Your Vote? Watching the Democrats in the final weeks of the presidential election has been a lesson

THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY: THE TRAIL OF BROKEN PROMISES

first published in CounterPunch.org, October 29, 2008 THE TRAIL OF BROKEN PROMISES by Matt Gonzalez What Do They Have to Do to Lose Your Vote? Watching the Democrats in the final weeks of the presidential election has been a lesson

THE OBAMA CRAZE: COUNT ME OUT

first published in BeyondChron.org, February 27, 2008; reprinted CounterPunch.org, February 29, 2008 THE OBAMA CRAZE: COUNT ME OUT by Matt Gonzalez Part of me shares the enthusiasm for Barack Obama. After all, how could someone calling themself a progressive not

THE OBAMA CRAZE: COUNT ME OUT

first published in BeyondChron.org, February 27, 2008; reprinted CounterPunch.org, February 29, 2008 THE OBAMA CRAZE: COUNT ME OUT by Matt Gonzalez Part of me shares the enthusiasm for Barack Obama. After all, how could someone calling themself a progressive not

DEBIT CARD PROGRAM

first published in BeyondChron.org, February 14, 2007 THE MAKING OF A DEBIT CARD MONOPOLY by Matt Gonzalez SAN FRANCISCO’S TAXI PARATRANSIT program has long been a blessing for our disabled citizens. Since 1979—more than a decade before the federal ADA

DEBIT CARD PROGRAM

first published in BeyondChron.org, February 14, 2007 THE MAKING OF A DEBIT CARD MONOPOLY by Matt Gonzalez SAN FRANCISCO’S TAXI PARATRANSIT program has long been a blessing for our disabled citizens. Since 1979—more than a decade before the federal ADA

WILL OF THE VOTERS

first published in BeyondChron.org, May 19, 2006 Two women cycling in Golden Gate Park, 1930s INVOKING THE “WILL OF THE VOTERS” BUT ONLY IF CONVENIENT by Matt Gonzalez SIX YEARS AGO SAN FRANCISCO voters went to the polls to decide

WILL OF THE VOTERS

first published in BeyondChron.org, May 19, 2006 Two women cycling in Golden Gate Park, 1930s INVOKING THE “WILL OF THE VOTERS” BUT ONLY IF CONVENIENT by Matt Gonzalez SIX YEARS AGO SAN FRANCISCO voters went to the polls to decide

ARLENE ACKERMAN

first published in San Francisco Frontlines, October 2005 A detail of a sculpture by Sargent Johnson at George Washington H.S., San Francisco DEBUNKING ACKERMAN’S NUMBERS by Matt Gonzalez A FEW DAYS BEFORE HER September 6, 2005 public announcement that she

ARLENE ACKERMAN

first published in San Francisco Frontlines, October 2005 A detail of a sculpture by Sargent Johnson at George Washington H.S., San Francisco DEBUNKING ACKERMAN’S NUMBERS by Matt Gonzalez A FEW DAYS BEFORE HER September 6, 2005 public announcement that she

GERARDO SANDOVAL vs DON FISHER

first published in San Francisco Bay View Newspaper, June 29, 2005 Gerardo Sandoval A NEW ERA IN SAN FRANCISCO POLITICS? by Matt Gonzalez SAN FRANCISCO POLITICS GENERALLY has avoided the nasty mudslinging that political contests in other major cities often

GERARDO SANDOVAL vs DON FISHER

first published in San Francisco Bay View Newspaper, June 29, 2005 Gerardo Sandoval A NEW ERA IN SAN FRANCISCO POLITICS? by Matt Gonzalez SAN FRANCISCO POLITICS GENERALLY has avoided the nasty mudslinging that political contests in other major cities often

MARLA RUZICKA 1977-2005

first published online at  SFBG.com, April 19, 2005 REMEMBERING MARLA RUZICKA 1977-2005 by Matt Gonzalez ON APRIL 16, WHILE TRAVELLING on a dangerous airport road in Baghdad, Marla Ruzicka was killed in a car bombing. She was the founder of

MARLA RUZICKA 1977-2005

first published online at  SFBG.com, April 19, 2005 REMEMBERING MARLA RUZICKA 1977-2005 by Matt Gonzalez ON APRIL 16, WHILE TRAVELLING on a dangerous airport road in Baghdad, Marla Ruzicka was killed in a car bombing. She was the founder of

HOMELESS COUNT IN SAN FRANCISCO

first published in the San Francisco Bay View, February 23, 2005; reprinted in New California Media, March 3, 2005 Homeless encampment in Golden Gate Park, SF Chronicle photograph by Paul Chinn GREEN & RED APPLES: THE 2,392 DISAPPEARED HOMELESS IN

HOMELESS COUNT IN SAN FRANCISCO

first published in the San Francisco Bay View, February 23, 2005; reprinted in New California Media, March 3, 2005 Homeless encampment in Golden Gate Park, SF Chronicle photograph by Paul Chinn GREEN & RED APPLES: THE 2,392 DISAPPEARED HOMELESS IN

BARBARA BOXER

first published in Mesh Magazine #8, February/March 2005 Sen. Barbara Boxer, SF Chronicle photograph by Paul Chinn BOXER’S REBELLION: UNDERSTANDING SELF-PRESERVATION POLITICS by Matt Gonzalez THE PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY RECENTLY applauded Senator Barbara Boxer for the pointed questions she directed to

BARBARA BOXER

first published in Mesh Magazine #8, February/March 2005 Sen. Barbara Boxer, SF Chronicle photograph by Paul Chinn BOXER’S REBELLION: UNDERSTANDING SELF-PRESERVATION POLITICS by Matt Gonzalez THE PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY RECENTLY applauded Senator Barbara Boxer for the pointed questions she directed to

WHY VOTE FOR RALPH NADER?

first published in the San Francisco Examiner, July 15, 2004; reprinted in Anderson Valley Advertiser, July 21, 2004; reprinted in Independent Politics, The Green Strategy Debate (Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2006) ed. Howie Hawkins Peter Camejo, Matt Gonzalez & Ralph Nader,

WHY VOTE FOR RALPH NADER?

first published in the San Francisco Examiner, July 15, 2004; reprinted in Anderson Valley Advertiser, July 21, 2004; reprinted in Independent Politics, The Green Strategy Debate (Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2006) ed. Howie Hawkins Peter Camejo, Matt Gonzalez & Ralph Nader,

NAMING RIGHTS

first published in Mesh Magazine #5, June/July 2004 Candlestick Park ARE YOU READY FOR BECHTEL PARK? How about Halliburton Stadium, or Monsanto Field? by Matt Gonzalez ONE OF THE MORE IRRITATING governmental practices to emerge in the late 20th Century

NAMING RIGHTS

first published in Mesh Magazine #5, June/July 2004 Candlestick Park ARE YOU READY FOR BECHTEL PARK? How about Halliburton Stadium, or Monsanto Field? by Matt Gonzalez ONE OF THE MORE IRRITATING governmental practices to emerge in the late 20th Century

CONCESSION SPEECH, 2003 SF MAYOR’S RACE

first published in the San Francisco Call, May 10, 2005 FOR THE HISTORICAL RECORD CONCESSION SPEECH by Matt Gonzalez San Francisco Mayor’s Race, December 9, 2003 THANK YOU VERY MUCH. [crowd noise, applause] Thank you very much. You’ve been a

CONCESSION SPEECH, 2003 SF MAYOR’S RACE

first published in the San Francisco Call, May 10, 2005 FOR THE HISTORICAL RECORD CONCESSION SPEECH by Matt Gonzalez San Francisco Mayor’s Race, December 9, 2003 THANK YOU VERY MUCH. [crowd noise, applause] Thank you very much. You’ve been a

WHY VOTE?

a paid advertisement first published in the San Francisco Bay View, October 29, 2003 Martin Luther King and other civil rights leaders walking in a funeral procession for Medgar Evers, 1963 WHY VOTE? by Randall Knox & Matt Gonzalez CHANGE

WHY VOTE?

a paid advertisement first published in the San Francisco Bay View, October 29, 2003 Martin Luther King and other civil rights leaders walking in a funeral procession for Medgar Evers, 1963 WHY VOTE? by Randall Knox & Matt Gonzalez CHANGE

WHY I JOINED THE GREEN PARTY

first published in the San Francisco Bay Guardian, November 15, 2000 WHY I TURNED GREEN by Matt Gonzalez SO HERE’S HOW it happened. I went to a rally held in front of KRON, channel 4, with my friends Adam Raney

WHY I JOINED THE GREEN PARTY

first published in the San Francisco Bay Guardian, November 15, 2000 WHY I TURNED GREEN by Matt Gonzalez SO HERE’S HOW it happened. I went to a rally held in front of KRON, channel 4, with my friends Adam Raney

EUGENE DEBS, SOCIALIST

first published in Mesh Magazine #6, September/October 2004 Eugene Debs speaking at Canton, Ohio, June 16, 1918. This photograph was used as Government Exhibit No. 17 for the prosecution. IN ANOTHER ERA: THE SOCIALIST CIRCLE OF EUGENE DEBS by Matt

EUGENE DEBS, SOCIALIST

first published in Mesh Magazine #6, September/October 2004 Eugene Debs speaking at Canton, Ohio, June 16, 1918. This photograph was used as Government Exhibit No. 17 for the prosecution. IN ANOTHER ERA: THE SOCIALIST CIRCLE OF EUGENE DEBS by Matt