The Great Kosher Meat War of 1902 tells the twin stories of uneducated but deeply observant female immigrants who discover their collective power as consumers, and of the Midwestern meatpacking cartel that conspired to keep prices high. Anticipating both the consumer movement and contemporary Jewish activism, these women organized themselves into a potent fighting force.
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