Report to the President on the anthracite coal strike of May-October, 1902, by the Anthracite Coal Strike Commission.
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Washington, Government Printing Office, 1903.
Anthracite Coal Strike, Pa., 1902
An earlier edition of this document (March 18, 1903, 87 p.) contained the report of the commission only.
1902, requesting a joint conference.--H. Proposed plan for an organization for the execution of trade agreements.--I. Proposed bill providing for compulsory investigation and publicity.--J. Anthracite coal-carrying companies and the affiliated coal-mining companies.
Appendices: A. Names of parties and counsel and their statement of the case.--B. Earnings of contract miners and of employees paid by day, week, or month.--C. Breaker starts, hours per day in operation, and equivalent in 10-hour days for each company and colliery.--D. Sizes of mine cars.--E. Cost of leading articles of food in anthracite coal region, 1898 to 1902.--F. Constitution of United Mine workers of America.--G. Replies of presidents of coal companies to letter of John Mitchell of February 14,
Printed also in "Bulletin of the Department of labor", no. 46, May, 1903.
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