Bloodletting in Appalachia: the story of West Virginia's four major mine wars and other thrilling incidents of its coal fields

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West Virginia University, 1969 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
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The author records the history of the "mine wars" in West Virginia during the early years of the twentieth century. Twelfth Printing, 1997.

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Detailed accounts of four decades of labor wars in the West Virginia coalfields told by a man who eventually becomes the state's Attorney General. Lee has an interesting middle-ground position in ... Read full review


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