Labor unrest. Xenophobia. Ethnic hatred. Fears of Russian conspiracies. One year following U.S. leadership in the 1918 defeat of Germany during World War I, Americans turned upon one another. The year 1919 evolved into what labor historian Eric Foner refers to as “one of the most militant in United States labor history.” More than 3,600 […]

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