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  • Mother Jones: America's Most Dangerous Woman is a new documentary about the amazing labor heroine, Mary Harris Jones, known as Mother Jones. Mother Jones' organizing career influenced the history of early 20th century United States. She used class and gender limitations to shape an identity that allowed her to become an effective labor organizer in the early 20th century. Mother Jones transformed personal and political grief and rage about class injustices into an effective persona that led workers into battles that changed the course of history. With terrible conditions and labor oppression that motivated her to traverse the country, in order to organize against injustices.


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