MikeDunnAuthor,
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Today in Labor History January 26, 1886: In Decazeville, France, miners attacked the home of the mine engineer, Watrin, after he slashed their wages by 10%. He died when they threw him from his window. Paul Lafargue, Cuban-French revolutionary and son-in-law of Karl Marx, who wrote about the strike in June of 1886, considered the strike to be one of the seminal moments for French socialists over the past 15 years.

#workingclass #LaborHistory #strike #marx #wages #Revolutionary #PaulLafargue #socialism #miners #france

prolrage,
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@MikeDunnAuthor do you know which text is it?

MikeDunnAuthor,
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@prolrage
Sorry I don't

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