The 1877 Class War That America Forgot

In 1877, one million workers went on strike and fought police and federal troops in cities across America. The monikers “Great Upheaval” and “Great Railroad Strike” undersell what verged on a second Civil War — this time pitting labor against capital.

Source: The 1877 Class War That America Forgot

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