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The classical ideological confrontations between labor-management and economic-social class differences in this industrial northern city resulted in the longest and most violent strike in the history of the city of Nashua, New Hampshire. In the most comprehensive study of the historical drama that took place some eighty years ago, the book tells about the underlying conflict in the six-month long labor dispute. The crisis was more than a simple wage disagreement between the operatives in the dye house and the mill management. By re-examining contemporary sources, Monday's Mourning focuses on the topic of indifferent attitudes towards the immigrant mill workers, from the late-nineteenth century to the years prior to America's entry into World War One. K. A. Goddu earned his M.Ed, from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and is Second Vice President and past member of the Board of Directors at the Nashua Historical Society
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