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Dynamite: A Century Of Class Violence In America 1830-1930


Publisher:Rebel Press



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The classic - and criminally, now almost forgotten - history of class struggle during America's industrial beginnings. A story of brutal exploitation, massacres, and judicial murder - and how the largely European immigrant workforce fought back. The Molly Maguires, propaganda by the deed, Haymarket, Homestead, the Wobblies, Mooney-Billings, Sacco & Vanzetti, and much, much more. "DYNAMITE! Of all the good stuff, that is the stuff! Stuff several pounds of this sublime stuff into an inch pipe...plug up both ends, insert a cap with a fuse attatched, place this in the immediate vicinity of a lot of rich loafers who live by the sweat of other people's brows, and light the fuse. A most cheerful and gratifying result will follow. In giving dynamite to the downtrodden millions of the globe science has done its best work..." (from 'Alarm', 21 February 1885]

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