War on the Prairie

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New York: Facts on File, c1989. [Van Pelt Library Reference Stacks: HC106. Wells exposed the real statistics behind widespread lynchings in the south, and journalist Ida Tarbell was fundamental in exposing corruption in big business and starting the movement toward anti-monopoly legislation. Exceptions are at cafeteria-style eateries with long tables, at crowded informal eateries and cafés where you may have success asking a stranger if you can share the table they're sitting at, and at some inexpensive Chinese restaurants where staff will direct you to share a table.

Pages: 168

Publisher: North Star Press of St. Cloud (August 15, 2012)

ISBN: 0878396039

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