Mother Jones: Fierce Fighter for Workers' Rights
ISBN 13: 9780822549246
Publisher: Lerner Pub Group
Publication Date: 1996
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As a child in Ireland in the 1830s, Mary Harris Jones witnessed deadly clashes between British soldiers and peasant farmers, including her own family. Later, after immigrating to the United States, she took up the cause of American workers, adopting them as her family. For sixty years, Mother Jones crisscrossed the nation, urging men, women, and child workers to fight for their rights through labor unions. In this compelling biography, Judith Pinkerton Josephson portrays the feisty spirit and unyielding determination of one of American labor's must unforgettable champions.
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