Chicago Tribune, “The marches were uplifting, but what happens now?”

But not all protests have been successful, he said.

An example of a failed one, he said, is the Chicago 1886 Haymarket Riot, which was intended to address the labor unions’ desire for an eight hour workday. A bombing by an anarchist resulted in the death of police officers, protesters and the execution of the accused, he said.

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