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In 1913, members of the United Mine Workers of America struck against the Rockefeller-owned Colorado Fuel and Iron Company in Colorado. The strike dragged on for over a year. On April 20, 1914, company security guards attacked the strikers' tent camp near Ludlow with rifle and machine gun, and set fire to it. In the flames and gunfire, 19 people were killed, including thre In 1913, members of the United Mine Workers of America struck against the Rockefeller-owned Colorado Fuel and Iron Company in Colorado. The strike dragged on for over a year. On April 20, 1914, company security guards attacked the strikers' tent camp near Ludlow with rifle and machine gun, and set fire to it. In the flames and gunfire, 19 people were killed, including three strike leaders who were murdered while in custody. The US Government's Commission on Industrial Relations investigated, and concluded that the "Ludlow Massacre" resulted from the actions of the coal companies, who ran Colorado like a virtual police state. This volume is the Commission's official report.


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In 1913, members of the United Mine Workers of America struck against the Rockefeller-owned Colorado Fuel and Iron Company in Colorado. The strike dragged on for over a year. On April 20, 1914, company security guards attacked the strikers' tent camp near Ludlow with rifle and machine gun, and set fire to it. In the flames and gunfire, 19 people were killed, including thre In 1913, members of the United Mine Workers of America struck against the Rockefeller-owned Colorado Fuel and Iron Company in Colorado. The strike dragged on for over a year. On April 20, 1914, company security guards attacked the strikers' tent camp near Ludlow with rifle and machine gun, and set fire to it. In the flames and gunfire, 19 people were killed, including three strike leaders who were murdered while in custody. The US Government's Commission on Industrial Relations investigated, and concluded that the "Ludlow Massacre" resulted from the actions of the coal companies, who ran Colorado like a virtual police state. This volume is the Commission's official report.

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