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Whatever I was, blue collar or white collar, ditch digger or waiter (yes, I did those things, too) or faculty member in a large university, I was a worker.
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The Ludlow Massacre was one of the deadliest attacks on striking workers in U.S. history.
Shortly after Woodrow Wilson took office there began in Colorado one of the most bitter and violent struggles between workers and corporate capital in the history of the country. 1,285 more words
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