“Save the Union” riot, 1928

About 250 club-wielding coal miners allied with John L. Lewis’ faction of the United Mine Workers of America attacked members of an anti-Lewis splinter group, the “Save the Union” movement, at Springfield’s Old West Mine on April 24, 1928. See Hunger march blockade, 1933.

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