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Labor Day's radical roots: How a worker revolt on the B&O Railroad almost became a revolution

It started with a trainload of cattle. In the summer of 1877, the United States endured an outbreak of labor unrest so widespread and violent that some thought a new American revolution was in the offing, this time tinged with the communist ideals that had just burned through France. The Great…
Source: Morningcall

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