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. In Seattle, in par- ticular, the fishermen’s union traded fish to fruit and vegetable pickers, and food was exchanged for chopped wood. In Pennsylvania, unemployed coal miners dug small mines on company property and then sold the coal for below-market prices, eventually mining and selling five million tons of “bootleg” coal. Nationwide, by the end of 1932, there were 330 self-help 70 t h e p a s t a n d t h e e a r l y i n d u s t r i a l a g e organizations in thirty-seven states, with more than three hundred thou- sand members, although as the economy