Which of the following resulted from the 1913 coal miners strike in Ludlow?

Question by ED: Which of the following resulted from the 1913 coal miners strike in Ludlow?
a. President Wilson ordered the mining company to negotiate with the workers.
b. After a months-long strike, the mine owners met the miners’ demands for safer conditions and higher pay.
c. President Wilson sent federal troops to protect the miners during their strike.
d. The Colorado National Guard opened fire on the miners’ tent city.

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Answer by Randal
The Ludlow Massacre resulted in the violent deaths of 19 people[1] during an attack by the Colorado National Guard on a tent colony of 1,200 striking coal miners and their families at Ludlow, Colorado on April 20, 1914. The deaths occurred after a day-long fight between strikers and the Guard. Two women and eleven children were asphyxiated and burned to death.
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Which of the following resulted from the 1913 coal miners strike in Ludlow?
==> d. The Colorado National Guard opened fire on the miners’ tent city.

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