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Author: JC Cook

Chapter 10: Aftermath

May 5, 1886. The next morning, word of the prior evening’s events were relayed, lip to ear, so that by noon the whole town was

Chapter 7: Labor’s Love Lost

There was no mistaking their gaze. It was the look of betrayal. Little did I know that by the end of the evening that followed, we would earn it.

Chapter 5: The Years Go By

 In 1860 the Republican National Convention came to Chicago’s newly constructed Wigwam Convention Center and nominated Abraham Lincoln to be their candidate for president. My

The Case Against Authority

“Authority allows two roles: the torturer and the tortured. Twists people into joyless mannequins that fear and hate, while culture plunges into the abyss” – Alan Moore


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