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Aslan! How Women Are Treated by The Pullman Company

How Women Are Treated by the Pullman Company

In 1894, George Pullman, the owner of a company that produced railroad cars, responded to an economic downturn by severely cutting wages and firing one-.

Analyzing Causes, Recognizing Effects


What reasons did the Pullman workers have for going on strike?

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Basically the workers made little money for the product they were producing. The workers had to pay rent to the company as well. The workers were treated badly by a cruel forewoman.