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Remembering America's Deadliest Labor Massacre

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

In 1914, U.S. soldiers and mine guards killed some two dozen miners and family members near Trinidad, Colorado. Thomas Andrews, author of Killing for Coal, tells the story of the worst labor incident in U.S. history. Read more in Alan Prendergast's feature, Bloody Ludlow.

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