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The Autobiography of Mother Jones

Mary Harris Jones (1830 or 1837-1930)

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1. 01 The Early Years
2. 02 The Haymarket Tragedy
3. 03 A Strike in Virginia
4. 04 Wayland’s Appeal to Reason
5. 05 Victory at Arnot, Pennsylvania
6. 06 War in West Virginia
7. 07 A Human Judge
8. 08 Roosevelt Sent for John Mitchell
9. 09 Murder in West Virginia
10. 10 The March of the Mill Children
11. 11 Those Mules Won’t Scab Today
12. 12 How the Women Mopped Up Coaldale
13. 13 The Cripple Creek Strike
14. 14 Child Labor
15. 15 Moyer, Haywood and Pettibone
16. 16 The Mexican Revolution
17. 17 How the Women Sang Themselves Out of Jail
18. 18 Victory in West Virginia
19. 19 Guards and Gunmen
20. 20 Governor Hunt, Human and Just
21. 21 In Rockefeller’s Prisons
22. 22 You Don’t Need a Vote to Raise Hell
23. 23 In a West Virginia Prison Camp
24. 24 The Steel Strike of 1919
25. 25 Struggle and Lose: Struggle and Win
26. 26 Medieval West Virginia
27. 27 Progress in Spite of Leaders

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Mother Jones (Mary Harris Jones) was a legendary labor organizer. She was a founding member of the International Workers of the World (the IWW, or the Wobblies), and was active in the United Mine Workers and the Socialist Party of America.