American labor history is unusually violent, considerably more so than in other industrial societies. Noting that there is no serious study, Patricia Sexton reports an estimate of 700 strikers killed and thousands injured from 1877 to 1968, a figure that may "grossly understate the total casualties"; in comparison, one British striker was killed since 1911. - Noam Chomsky, "The Third World at Home," Z Magazine, Nov. 1992
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To give evidence according to law; the examination of a witness who declares his knowledge of facts.
The statement made by a witness under oath or affirmation.