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  •   LA Times Bomb: First Edition Crime of the Century: Wordspace, October 1, 7:30PM [ LINK TO PDF FLYER –  Click Here! ] Featuring   Lee Boek, Carmen Vega, William H. Bassett, Eric […]

    LA Times Bomb: First Edition – Fri. Oct 1, 2010, 7:30 PM

      LA Times Bomb: First Edition Crime of the Century: Wordspace, October 1, 7:30PM [ LINK TO PDF FLYER –  Click Here! ] Featuring   Lee Boek, Carmen Vega, William H. Bassett, Eric […]

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  • from “Los Angeles.” Encyclopædia Britannica. 2010. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 20 Sep. 2010 <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/348286/Los-Angeles>. Los Angeles’s metamorphosis to world-class metropolis began in the 1870s. Its first leap into the modern era […]

    Los Angeles: Inventing A City

    from “Los Angeles.” Encyclopædia Britannica. 2010. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 20 Sep. 2010 <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/348286/Los-Angeles>. Los Angeles’s metamorphosis to world-class metropolis began in the 1870s. Its first leap into the modern era […]

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  • Seeing the need for justice Job Harriman decided to move against the establishment and run for mayor.   As part of his campaign he had 20,000 pamphlets handed out in Los Angeles against the open shop.   This action increased his popularity and soon doubled the Socialist Party membership.   A predictable strong reaction came from anti-union group led by Otis.   Tensions were very high.   Sill adding more to the controversy was that Harriman's slate included a black city council candidate...

    Job Harriman – A Tribute

    Seeing the need for justice Job Harriman decided to move against the establishment and run for mayor. As part of his campaign he had 20,000 pamphlets handed out in Los Angeles against the open shop. This action increased his popularity and soon doubled the Socialist Party membership. A predictable strong reaction came from anti-union group led by Otis. Tensions were very high. Sill adding more to the controversy was that Harriman's slate included a black city council candidate...

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