Debs Eugene V., Debs: His Life, Writings and Speeches. Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kan., 1908. Valuable for the period up to 1908.
Debs Eugene V., The Debs White Book. Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kan., 1918. Contains Debs' famous Canton, Ohio speech and his addresses to the Cleveland Court in 1918.
Debs Eugene V., Walls and Bars, Socialist Party, Chicago, Ill., 1927. The only full-length volume Debs wrote. This book deals with prison conditions and penal reforms.
Debs Eugene V., Speeches. International Publishers, N.Y., 1928. In the "Voices of Revolt" series.
> Coleman McAlister, Eugene V. Debs, A Man Unafraid. Greenberg, N.Y., 1930. A Socialist point of view.
Karsner David, Debs: His Authorized Life and Letters. Boni and Liveright, N.Y., 1919. A Socialist biography.
Karsner David, Talks with Debs in Terre Haute. The New York Call, N.Y., 1922.
Le Ruth Prade, Debs and the Poets. Upton Sinclair, Pasadena, 1920. A series of eloquent tributes in verse and prose.
Madison Charles A., Critics and Crusaders. Holt, N.Y., 1947. Contains a chapter on Debs.
Painter Floy Ruth, That Man Debs and His Life Work. Indiana University Graduate Council, Bloomington, Ind., 1929. Contains an extensive bibliography. The author had several conversations with Debs in Terre Haute.
Schnittkind Henry, The Story of Eugene Debs. Boston, 1929. For young people.