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The Resource Harlan miners speak : report on terrorism in the Kentucky coal fields, prepared by Members of the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners ; Theodore Dreiser [and others]

Harlan miners speak : report on terrorism in the Kentucky coal fields, prepared by Members of the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners ; Theodore Dreiser [and others]

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Harlan miners speak : report on terrorism in the Kentucky coal fields
Title
Harlan miners speak
Title remainder
report on terrorism in the Kentucky coal fields
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prepared by Members of the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners ; Theodore Dreiser [and others]
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eng
Summary
The Dreiser Committee, including writers Theodore Dreiser, John Dos Passos, and Sherwood Anderson, investigated the desperate situation of striking Kentucky miners in November 1931. When the Communist-led National Miners Union competed against the more conservative United Mine Workers of America for greater union membership, class resentment turned to warfare. Harlan Miners Speak, originally published in 1932, is an invaluable record that illustrates the living and working conditions of the miners during the 1930s. This edition of Harlan Miners Speak, with a new introduction by noted historian
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Harlan miners speak : report on terrorism in the Kentucky coal fields, prepared by Members of the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners ; Theodore Dreiser [and others]
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Harlan miners speak : report on terrorism in the Kentucky coal fields, prepared by Members of the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners ; Theodore Dreiser [and others]
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Contents
  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW EDITION; AUNT MOLLY JACKSON'S BLUES; A STATEMENT OF THE PURPOSES OF THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS; CONTENTS ; I. INTRODUCTION ; II. BLOODY GROUND ; III. CLASS WAR KENTUCKY; IV. ORGANIZING A UNION IN KENTUCKY; V. WHO ONS THE MINES?; VI. THE LAWLESSNESS OF THE LAW IN KENTUCKY; DYNAMITE AND HARLAN COUNTY JAIL; VII. HARLAN COUNTY AND THE PRESS; REPRESENTING THE PRESS; VIII. LIVING CONDITIONS IN THE COAL FIELDS; IX. THE MINERS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES; 1. THE WRITER'S COMMITTEE
  • 2. affidavits of jim grace and debs moreland3. arrival in pineville and testimony taken in pineville; testimony taken in pineville; viola grace; richard wolfe; jeff baldwin; bruce crawford; 4. harlan town and testimony taken in harlan; caleb powers; mr. herndon evans; testimony taken in harlan; henry thornton; 5. further testimony in harlan; j. w. freeman; mrs. flora shackelford; j. d. malicoat; mrs. debs moreland; bob howard; lloyd moore; george ruth; robert dean; mrs. viola grace; x. what the law had to say; j. h. blair; prosecuting attorney brock; xi.the free speech speakinjs
  • Mistress ""sudy"" gates' speechdonaldson's speech; xii. i want to be counted; a hearing in washington
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