Today in Labor History
Today in labor history, August 18, 1927:  The Debs Memorial Radio Fund begins operating WEVD out of New York City in memory of labor leader Eugene V. Debs.  “It is our intention to make this station a forum for Labor, Peace and Progress,” said G. August Gerber, the radio station’s manager.

Today in labor history, August 18, 1927:  The Debs Memorial Radio Fund begins operating WEVD out of New York City in memory of labor leader Eugene V. Debs.  “It is our intention to make this station a forum for Labor, Peace and Progress,” said G. August Gerber, the radio station’s manager.

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