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Mother Jones. Born Mary Harris Jones. (c. 1830 - Nov. 30, 1930). After she lost her husband and 4 kids (all under age 5) to yellow fever, and her dress-shop to the Chicago Fire, she became a worker's rights leader. At one time called, "the most dangerous woman in America." Mother Jones supported Appalachian coal miners and encouraged them to unionize.

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Outrageous Quotes From the Outrageous Mother Jones: Mother Jones Truly a lady after my own heart. What a warrior. That little woman fought for what she believed in. What a champion.

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A Reddit Gun Lover Has A Hilarious Present For Anti-Gun Mother Jones: a 3D-printed lower receiver for an AR-15, complete with Mother Jones' logo.

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Van Jones: "Hope for the Best, Expect and Prepare for the Worst" | CLARA JEFFERY | Mother Jones

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Here's Why It's Fair—and Necessary—to Call Trump's Chief Strategist a White Nationalist Champion | Mother Jones

Meet the White Nationalist Propogandist Who Will Advise President Trump PEMA LEVY | Mother Jones

Mother Jones' Photographers Pick the Best Photobook of 2013: "Mitakuye Oyasin" by Aaron Huey