The WFM strikes considered part of the Colorado labor wars include: Two scholars of American labor violence concluded, "There is no episode in American labor history in which violence was as systematically used by employers as in the Colorado labor war of 19." Colorado miners were divided into two groups: hard rock miners, and coal miners.
The Colorado labor wars took place at the precious metal mines and ore mills.
Opposing the WFM were associations of mine owners and businessmen at each location, supported by the Colorado state government.
The strikes were notable and controversial for the accompanying violence, and the imposition of martial law by the Colorado National Guard in order to put down the strikes.
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In these battles the state government, with one exception, sided with the mine operators.
Additional participants have included the National Guard, often informally called the militia; private contractors such as the Pinkertons, Baldwin–Felts, and Thiel detective agencies; and various labor entities, Mine Owners' Associations, and vigilante groups and business-dominated groups such as the Citizens' Alliance.
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