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Osgoode Hall Law Journal

Authors

Wythe Holt

Document Type

Article

Abstract

During the first half of the nineteenth-century American workers who went on strike were often charged with or indicted for criminal conspiracy. Wythe Holt attributes their convictions to the bias of the judges, who openly sided with the employers. This example of class identification and class conflict should be taken note of by non-Marxists.

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