Asked in War and Military HistoryGovernmentCentury - 1800s
War and Military History
Century - 1800s
Which side did the federal government choose to support in the major strikes of the late 1800s?
October 26, 2010 3:08PM
The government choose to support the employers during the strikes.Thus the strikes didn't last very long because the government would send in people to stop the strikes...
Asked in War and Military History, Century - 1800s
Which side did the federal government choose to support in the major strikes of the late 1800s What actions did the government take?
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