Analysis Of The Ludlow Massacre

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After the massacre came to end it received publicity nationwide. This massacre gave light to an issue within the American economy. It was an example of real lives lost over the greed of the insanely rich. Not only did it ensure Colorado's employment laws be followed, but set precedent for the next strike. The Ludlow Massacre will always be a symbol of the struggle between the working class attempting to survive and provide for themselves and the ones they love and the large companies that attempt to exploit labor for as much gain as they can.
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