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SOURCES

  • Bird, Stewart, Solidarity Forever: An Oral History of the I.W.W., Chicago, 1985.

  • Conlin, Joseph Robert, Bread and Roses Too: Studies of the Wobblies, Westport, 1969.

  • Diehl, Robert Warren, “To Speak or Not to Speak: San Diego, 1912,” master’s thesis, University of San Diego, 1976.

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  • Articles in the San Diego Union, the Sun, the Tribune, the Herald, and others.

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Prosperina June 20, 2012 @ 6:36 p.m.

wow.... what an epic story -- and one for these times -- sometimes I think this is where we are headed again as a country -- witness the mess in Wisconsin -- and they couldn't get the recall through for that awful excuse of a governor -- but this story is just what guys like him would love -- that kind of power over poor and middle class people - or any one who doesn't support his kind of agenda -- this story is terrifying to me -- it made me weep in parts -- oh!

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