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The Lizard's Trail: A Story From the Illinois Central, and Harriman Lines Strike of 1911 to 1915 Inclusive (Classic Reprint)

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Of All the strikes that played the circuit of industrial unrest, the Illinois Central and Harriman Lines strike took its place in history by itself. It was different than other strikes for it played the crisis with thirty-eight thousand men on the industrial stage for forty-five continual months at an estimated expense to the railroad companies of three hundred and fifteen million dollars.

Some of the Labor Leaders who commanded the men to strike stood in the pulpits and cried "let there be war and war to the finish," with this pledged their last dollar, then turned traitors to those they commanded to strike by returning to the same pulpits where they had sung the song of Victory with no Compromise, preaching peace at any price. Confronted with these copperheads from the very ranks of leadership the strike still played its drama for forty-five continual months.

No other strike has played the industrial circuit for this length of time. With this large army of men, under such great expense to those who claim the ownership of the factory altars, while deserted by the labor leaders who cried in the storm that they were themselves responsible for.

The purpose of this book is to convey some of the suppressed information of the strike to the students of the labor movement, and those who were swindled by the traitors during the strike. Some of this information was brought to the surface in the historic convention of the Railway Department at Kansas City, Mo., in 1916. There it photographed so shocking that behind the closed doors of the convention it was ordered buried with the resolutions that the rank and file back home, who paid the price, were too ignorant to understand it.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781331963219
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1331963214
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Publishing year: 2015
Publisher: Forgotten Books

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ISBN/EAN: 1331963214

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-331-96321-4, 978-1-331-96321-9


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