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date: 14 June 2024

Pullman Strike and Boycott. 

The Oxford Companion to United States History
Janice L. ReiffJanice L. Reiff

On 11 May 1894, employees at the Pullman Car Works on Chicago's far South Side walked off their jobs, launching one of the most notable labor actions of the late nineteenth century. Recently organized by the American Railway Union (ARU), the strikers protested the company's wage cuts in response to the depression of ... ...

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