Give me Liberty - Vol 2- Third Edition, History

1. Why does Debs relate the history of wartime dissent in America?
2. What connection does Du Bois draw between blacks fighting abroad in the war and returning to figh at home?
3. In what ways does each author point up the contradiction between the America''s professed values and its actual conduct?
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