Race from the 20th to the 21st Century: Multiculturalism or Emancipation?

San Juan, E. Jr.
http://solidarity-us.org//node/1757

Publisher:  Against the Current, Michigan, USA
Date Written:  01/01/1999
Year Published:  1999  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX12774

WHEN I WAS first invited here for a talk three years ago, I had no idea what Pullman looked like. For me, as well as for many students of American history, Pullman was associated with Pullman, Illinois, where the great railroad strike of 1894 against the Pullman Company began. In that strike of the American Railway Union, organized by the now legendary Eugene Debs, he and other union leaders were ultimately arrested and the strike in Chicago suppressed by 14,000 soldiers and police.

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