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  • Miller, John L.
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  • This is a transcription of remarks made by John Leonard Miller about the Everett Massacre in an interview he gave on May 31, 1982. Miller begins by describing a friend who was killed in the massacre, Abraham Rabinowitz, and recalls events and conversations from that time which led to his involvement in the labor movement. Miller describes interactions with Everett's sheriff, Dan MacRae, and gives a brief account of the massacre itself, includi... more
    This is a transcription of remarks made by John Leonard Miller about the Everett Massacre in an interview he gave on May 31, 1982. Miller begins by describing a friend who was killed in the massacre, Abraham Rabinowitz, and recalls events and conversations from that time which led to his involvement in the labor movement. Miller describes interactions with Everett's sheriff, Dan MacRae, and gives a brief account of the massacre itself, including some memories of the men who died. The account concludes with his memories of Al Prashner, who Miller recalls was the person principally responsible for convincing him to join the Industrial Workers of the World. less
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