The Autobiography of Mother Jones

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C.H. Kerr, 1976 - Women in trade-unions - 242 pages

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A shocking account of the lives of working families in the USA and how they were ruthlessly exploited by their Wealthy bosses. A Story of workers oppression, forced losses of health, dire working ... Read full review

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Mother Jones was one of the first union activists, focusing primarily on miners. She was not a writer. But it was interesting to read her words about her activities. It's amazing that she lived to be ... Read full review

Contents

Early Years 11
3
A Strike in Virginia 24
24
Waylands Appeal to Reason
28
Copyright

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