Organized Labor Dbq

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For example, at Haymarket Square in Chicago, the Knights of Labor were protesting against police brutality and an anarchist supposedly set off a bomb. This event led to the end of the Knights of Labor. The government even decided to pardon the accused, nevertheless, it was still a major setback for organized labor...
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The government even decided to pardon the accused, nevertheless, it was still a major setback for organized labor. On the other hand, the government at another time decided to be hostile to the workers. During the Homestead strike, where they tried to kill the steel plant’s leader, government “Pinkerton” detectives were sent to clear things up and restore peace...
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