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Dr. Ernest Freeberg on Eugene Debs

I walked past a newspaper machine in Knoxville yesterday and saw a familiar face on the cover of Metro Pulse: Dr. Ernest Freeberg.  I was in a graduate seminar on American religious history that he conducted at UT, and he was one of my favorite professors.

His latest book, a study of Eugene Debs and his critique of U.S. involvement in World War I, is the focus of the cover story.  You can read the online version here.

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