Sat

12

Feb

2011

An Active Pacifist by Carl's friend Martha Cuneo

Carl Haessler was from Milwaukee.  He lived a long life in a time of volatility in the United States.

 

He was a Rhodes Scholar whose entrance requirement in sports was met by his participation in a successful rowing team.  His tutor while there was Arnold Toynbee.

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Thu

08

Mar

2012

Carl Haessler

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  

Carl Haessler (1888 - 1972) was an American political activist, conscription resister, newspaper editor, and trade unionorganizer. He is best remembered as an imprisoned conscientious objector during World War I and as the longtime head of the Federated Press, a left wing news service which supplied content to radical and labor newspapers around the country.

 

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