Storytelling: Pauline Taylor and the battle of Patton Junction

BY: Joe Sims| February 1, 2020
Storytelling: Pauline Taylor and the battle of Patton Junction


How a coal miner’s strike in rural Alabama at the turn of the 20th century shaped the life and outlook of civil rights activist Pauline Taylor,  a participant in the Little Steel Strike,  candidate for governor of Ohio,  signer of the Stockholm Peace Appeal and anti-war activist.



Image: Pauline Taylor with Eslanda Robeson: Peoples World archive.


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