PITTSBURGH AND THE GREAT STEEL STRIKE OF 1919
In 1919, the steel industry of Pittsburgh was on the brink of war. As the postwar Red Scare began to sweep the nation, federal agents used the strikes in Pittsburgh as an excuse to comb the immigrant neighborhoods looking for communists. Brown details the harrowing days of the Great Steel Strike of 1919 that rocked Pittsburgh. Illus.
Publisher: History Press
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3771997