Time, “New Google Doodle Celebrates International Labour Day,” May 1, 2015

New Google Doodle Celebrates International Labour Day
by Kevin McSpadden, Time, May 1, 2015

On May 4, 1886, a Chicago, Ill., bombing killed seven police officers along with four civilians. The dynamite blast was a response to the killings of peaceful demonstrators by police the day before. After the bombing, eight anarchists were convicted of conspiracy and sentenced to death. The case created international headlines because the evidence suggested none of those eight men actually threw the bomb.

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