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Killing for Coal
A fierce gun battle between striking coal miners and Colorado National Guardsmen erupted on April 20th, 1914 north of Trinidad, Colorado, near the Ludlow railroad crossing. What came to be known as the Ludlow Massacre is considered a watershed event in American labor history.  University of Colorado history professor Thomas Andrews, talks about his new book: "Killing for Coal: America's Deadliest Labor War” —Original airdate: 2/17/2010

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