The Uprising of '34. Essay by The Research Group

The Uprising of '34.
This paper analyzes the documentary film "The Uprising of '34"
# 74464 | 900 words | 4 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Film (History of) , History (General)

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In this article, the writer provides an analysis of the documentary film "The Uprising of '34". The writer explains that this film chronicles the three-week strike in the south by textile mill workers, that involved a third of a million people. The writer describes that this strike represented the biggest organized labor movement in the south.

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"... Alex Haley maintained History is written by the winners. The United Textile Workers-led general strike included one third of a million mill workers pitted against the powerful forces of mill ownership and unsympathetic politicians the most significant action of Depression-era labor in the South. The three-week long strike and the events leading up to it and those that came after it are the subject of film makers George Stoney, Judith Helfand and ... "

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