THE GREAT COWBOY STRIKE
The cowboy embodies the traits of "rugged individualism." In reality, cowboys were grossly exploited and underpaid seasonal workers, who responded to the abuses of their employers in a series of militant strikes. This account subverts American mythology to reveal the class abuses and inequalities that have blinded a nation to its true history. 16 pages of photos.
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