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See how the workers in this country were treated before they organized. Here's a glimpse of the conditions and the men who rose up against them: "The Molly Maguires were a secret society established in early-nineteenth-century Ireland to battle British landowners.
A number of them, forced to flee their homeland because of the mid-century famine, or because of charges brought against them by colonial authorities, found themselves in Pennsylvania's anthracite coal fields, living under conditions as bad as or worse than those they thought they'd left behind.
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