The Haymarket Tragedy, المجلد 2

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Princeton University Press, 1984 - 535 من الصفحات

This is the first paperback edition of a moving appraisal of the infamous Haymarket bombing (May 1886) and the trial that followed it--a trial that was a cause célèbre in the 1880s and that has since been recognized as one of the most unjust in the annals of American jurisprudence. Paul Avrich shows how eight anarchists who were blamed for the bombing at a workers' meeting near Chicago's Haymarket Square became the focus of a variety of passionately waged struggles.

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An American Boyhood
3
Labor Agitator
15
The Great Strike
26
From Socialism to Anarchism
39
THE ANARCHISTS
53
Social Revolutionaries
55
The Pittsburgh Congress
68
The International Working Peoples Association
79
The Trial
260
The Verdict
279
THE ORDEAL
295
The Appeal
297
Convicts
313
Governor Oglesby
334
Springfield
355
The Scaffold
381

The American Group
99
August Spies
120
Counterculture
131
The Intransigents
150
Cult of Dynamite
160
HAYMARKET
179
On the Eve
181
The Bomb
197
Red Scare
215
The Fugitive
240
THE AFTERMATH
399
Repercussions
401
The Pardon
415
The Legacy
428
The Bombthrower
437
Epilogue
446
Notes
459
Bibliography
517
Index
521
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