A lesson of the last strikes
Pughe, J. S. (John S.), 1870-1909
Print shows a man labeled "Organized Labor" climbing the steps to a building labeled "Law, Prosperity, [and] Order," when a bomb labeled "Dynamite Argument" explodes in his face.
Labor unions, Strikes and lockouts, Explosions, Dynamite, Law, Public buildings
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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