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Spies addressing the strikers
Anarchy and anarchists. A history of the Red terror and the social revolution in America and Europe. Communism, socialism, and nihilism in doctrine and in deed. The Chicago Haymarket conspiracy, and the detection and trial of the conspirators.

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Spies addressing the strikers