The real but remote cause is the question of wages

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The real but remote cause is the question of wages over which the men have been long dissatisfied and on account of which they had practically resolved to strike a monthago.May 15, 18943. Chicago Tribune____________________4. Chicago Times3. A committee of the Kensington grocerymen, who furnish supplies for the men, told the grievance committee yesterday they were in a peculiar position.4.”Today the Pullman company will 3. “…-but when he gets cut down to $1.40 or $1 he gets desperate….everything to gain by strike”4. “Six hundred thousand dollars to shareholders, while starvation
Skye JonesHistorical Studies9/13/18Date and SourceFactual ClaimsEditorial Biasdeclare a quarterly dividend of 2 percent on its capital stock of $30,000,00”threatens the workman.”June 26, 18945. Chicago Tribune____________________6. Chicago Times5. George M Pullman yesterday made a statement of his company’s position. It contained no offer to arbitrate the strike.6. Both paragraphs are factual claims.5. “They have accepted the implied challenge and yesterday their representatives in joint meeting voted to stand together as one and resist the union’s demands.”6. No editorial bias on this piece.

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