Archive for March 21st, 2016

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, March 22, 1922

Reprinted from The Black Diamond, the nationally known coal magazine, March 4, 1922


The Pacific Coast Coal Company of Seattle, Washington, confronted with the unreasonable attitude of the United Mine Workers of America, has broken away from the union, and now refuses to employ a member of that organization.

It recognizes, however, the right of the man who works to organize and to present his demands through an organization. (more…)

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