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The Everett Massacre

A history of the class struggle in the lumber industry

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Author: Walker C. Smith
Published: 1916
Language: English
Wordcount: 91,114 / 264 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 44.1
LoC Categories: HD, HN
Downloads: 341
Added to site: 2010.03.29 27172
Genre: History

as the minimum price set by the Forestry Service, and highest bidder is awarded the timber, on condition that he satisfies the Forestry Service that he is responsible and will conduct the logging according to rules and regulations. The system seems fair, and open to all, until the conditions are known.

But among the large lumber companies there has never been any real competition for the possession of any certain tract of timber that was listed for sale by request. When one company has decided on asking for the allotment of any certain tract of timber, other companies operating within that forest seldom make bids on that tract. Any small company that is doing business in opposition to the trust companies, and may desire to bid on an advertised tract, even tho its bid may be greater than the bid of the trust company, will find its offer thrown out as being "not according to the Government specifications," or the company is "not financially responsible," or some other suave explanation for refusing to a



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