This week I pulled an episode that my Patreon supporters heard back in July. The 1897 Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill strike is all about the racial division between the working poor of early Atlanta. Instead of banding together, to strengthen their union and fight for higher wages, the white poor of Cabbagetown would rather strike than be pegged as equal to Black factory workers.

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