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Great narrative. Made an old topic new again. No new insight though.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Historical work that has relevance for today's issues between labor and capitol.Published 11 months ago by Carol Newman-Holitza
This is a nice, detailed overview of the Haymarket Square bombing and its historical impact. This book probably won't appeal to all - it takes a long time to get to the actual... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tim N.
Author sets the context well. Provides an overload of detail throughout. Very worthwhile wrap up at the end.Published 13 months ago by jimbo531
Excellant on the long pre-history of the Haymarket events. Great labor history!Published 16 months ago by Christine R.Long
A very good read on the eight hour movement, the anarchists, the Haymarket bomb and its aftermath. I could not keep the book down.Published 20 months ago by Gusrp
The tragic events of May 4, 1886 and in the Haymarket in Chicago and the aftermath of those events have left more questions than answers for historians. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jeff Miller