Turning the Century: Essays in Media and Cultural Studies

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29.
United States Strike Commission 1895, xlvi.
30.
Hunter 1914, 302.
31.
"Uncle Sam Aroused".
32.
Stuart Hall et al. 1978, 53-54. Italics in original.
33.
New York World 1894.
34.
"Wild Turbulence in Chicago", 1.
35
"Wild Turbulence in Chicago", 2.
36.
"Day of Riot and Disorder".
37.
"Strikers Apply the Torch".
38.
"Reaping the Whirlwind".
39.
"Two Ways".
40.
"Debs and the Law".
41.
Zinn 1995, 272.
42.
Hall et al. 1978, 216. Italics in original.
43.
Although the volume of criticism leveled against the president of the American Railway Union would have damaged his credibility in the minds of some readers, Eugene Debs's statements describing the exploitative conditions at the model town occasionally appeared in print (for example, see "Debs's Two Conditions"). Nellie Bly wrote a scathing critique of Pullman's greed that appeared under the headline "Nellie Bly in Pullman"; but the timing of the article's publication -- after the strike's climax had passed -- reduced its potential to influence the outcome of the conflict.
44.
"The Railroad Tie-up".
45.
"The Cost of Folly".
46.
"Wild Turbulence in Chicago".
47.
"Another Wrong-Headed Strike".
48.
New york Times 1894.
49.
See Betts 1998.

References

"Another Wrong-Headed Strike". 1894. New york Times. June 29: 4.

Betts, Richard. 1998. "The New Threat of Mass Destruction". Foreign Policy. 77, 1: 26-41.

Bly, Nellie. 1894. "Nellie Bly in Pullman". New York World. July 13: 5.

Boggs, Carl. 1984. The Two Revolutions: Antonio Gramsci and the Dilemmas of Western Marxism. Boston, Mass.: South End Press.

xx "The Cost of Folly". 1894. New York World. July 7: 4.

"Day of Riot and Disorder". 1894. New york Times. July 6: 1-2.

"Debs and the Law". 1894. New york Times. July 12: 4.

"Debs's Two Conditions". 1894. New York World. July 6: 3.

Eggert, Gerald G. 1967. Railroad Labor Disputes: The Beginnings of Federal Strike Policy. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Gramsci, Antonio. 1959. The Modern Prince and Other Writings. Trans. Louis Marks. New York: International Publishers.

_____. 1971. Selections from the Prison Notebooks. Ed. and trans. Quintin Hoare and Geoffrey Nowell Smith . New York: International Publishers.

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