Christmas came bitterly in 1894, amid the gloom of an exceptionally harsh winter and the nation’s worst-ever economic depression. That year, crops froze across the South, President Grover Cleveland suppressed the Pullman Strike, and, as unemployment rose to nearly 20 percent, an Ohio man named Jacob Coxey led the jobless in a massive march on […] Original post

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