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Tom Szymanski, Executive Vice President of the Eugene V. Debs Foundation, and Dr. Lisa Phillips, Associate Professor of History at ISU and Treasurer of the Eugene V. Debs Foundation spoke with Dr. Phil Glende. Szymanski and Phillips discussed Eugene V. Debs and the foundation set up in his honor. Debs was born in Terre Haute, Indiana and gained national recognition with his socialist ideology, advocating for workers’ rights, and incarceration for speaking out about WWI. Tom Szymanski & Lisa Phillips: originally aired April 22, 2015

Max Jones, editor of the Tribune-Star in Terre Haute, spoke with Brian Miller, of the group Terre Haute Tomorrow. The goal of the group is to make Terre Haute a better place to live and to encourage citizens to become an active part of improving the city. He described the collaborative effort that sparked the birth of the group and its use for the community. A new initiative focuses on talent, identity, quality of life, infrastructure, and enterprise. Terre Haute Tomorrow plans to create action committees concentrating on quality of life, community image, economic development, workforce readiness, and leadership development. More information can be found at Terre Haute Tommorrow .
Max Jones: originally aired April 18, 2015

Mike McCormick and Max Jones, editor of the Tribune-Star in Terre Haute, discussed the controversial election fraud trial of 1915 which started in Terre Haute, Indiana and gained national attention. Mike McCormick: originally aired March 20, 2015