Radical tendencies in the Seattle labor movement as reflected in the proceedings of its central body
De Shazo, Melvin Gardner
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The city of Seattle has long been recognized as a stronghold of organized labor; but since the occurrence of the general strike in February 1919 it has acquired the less savory reputation of being a hot-bed of radicalism, bolshevism and anarchism; This notoriety may be imputed to the colorful tales of impressionistic observers and to the machinations of those individuals and organizations whose economic interests, fear, or malice leads them to thwart and discredit organized labor at every opportunity. Hot that there is no truth in the allegations but the truth is so mixed with fiction, the facts so clouded by emotion, that to the unwary reader or the uninformed listener, an utterly false picture is presented.
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