What does Emma Goldman’s account of the Homestead strike emphasize about the experience of workers during this time period? A)

What does Emma Goldman’s account of the Homestead strike emphasize about the experience of workers during this time period? A) The government frequently protected workers while on strike. B) The owners of factories and mines were anxious to peacefully settle with workers who were on strike. C) It was dangerous for workers to go on strike because companies were willing to use force to break up a strike. D) Only adults were involved


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