The 1877 St Louis Commune Was a Landmark Event for the International Workers’ Movement

For a few days in July 1877, workers took over St Louis and a communist party ruled the Midwestern city. The often forgotten St Louis Commune was a landmark event that showed the US isn’t immune to Paris Commune–style eruptions of class consciousness.

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