American Experience – The Mine Wars (PBS Documentary)

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  1. Keene should have started another union after the UMW told him he was on his own. In the end, he got the same treatment as Hoffa. I would have liked to have seen all of those fucking scabs die in a mine collapse. The U.S. is headed right back there.

    This is exactly where rethuglicans want to take the U.S.today with all of their "states rights" bullshit.. We already have a close facsimile of a mine owner in the walton family. Of course, the coal miners weren't able to leech off of the government to the tune of 700M+ annually in government relief for their employees like walmart currently does.

  2. four33 says:

    Thank you for posting this!

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