Death in the Haymarket : a story of Chicago, the first labor movement, and the bombing that divided gilded age America by Green, James R., 1944-

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Table of Contents

  1. For once in common front
  2. A paradise for workers and speculators
  3. We may not always be so secure
  4. A liberty-thirsty people
  5. The inevitable uprising
  6. The flame that makes the kettle boil
  7. A brutal and inventive vitality
  8. The international
  9. The great upheaval
  10. A storm of strikes
  11. A night of terror
  12. The strangest frenzy
  13. Every man on the jury was an American
  14. You are being weighed in the balance
  15. The law is vindicated
  16. The judgment of history.

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