Violence and the Labor Movement

by Robert Hunter

Every student--worker or otherwise--studying the history of labor's marvelous effort and struggle to get out of the darkness and the shadows and into the sunlight, and every worker participating in that divine unrest--in that, the mightiest of all movements--will increase both their knowledge and their sympathies by reading this history of the great struggle between two contending forces in the labor movement.

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