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The Autobiography of Mother Jones

The Autobiography of Mother Jones by Mary Harris Jones
By: (1830 or 1837-1930)

The Autobiography of Mother Jones is a powerful and inspiring account of one woman's fight for justice and equality. Mary Harris Jones, better known as Mother Jones, was a fearless advocate for workers' rights and social reform during the early 20th century. Her autobiography is a testament to her unwavering dedication to the cause, as well as her resilience in the face of adversity.

Throughout the book, Mother Jones shares her personal experiences and struggles, from her early days as a teacher to her later years as a labor organizer. She vividly describes the harsh working conditions faced by miners and factory workers, and the brutal tactics used by employers to suppress labor movements. Despite facing countless obstacles and setbacks, Mother Jones remained steadfast in her commitment to fighting for better working conditions and fair treatment for all workers.

Mother Jones' autobiography is not only a compelling and engaging read, but also a valuable historical document that sheds light on the struggles and triumphs of the labor movement in America. Her words continue to resonate today, serving as a reminder of the importance of solidarity, perseverance, and standing up for what is right. Overall, The Autobiography of Mother Jones is a must-read for anyone interested in social justice and the history of labor rights in the United States.

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Mother Jones (Mary Harris Jones) was a legendary labor organizer. She was a founding member of the International Workers of the World (the IWW, or the Wobblies), and was active in the United Mine Workers and the Socialist Party of America.

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