It was a sign of the times and the struggle between workers rights, the Labor movement and capitalism as practiced by the rich and powerful. Earlier events like the Colorado Ludlow Massacre on 14 April 1914 had gone unpunished by law or economic sanctions and "Government" clearly sided with management in all such affairs (or was in their pocket).
The Arizona Labor conflicts were certainly different in some respects because the agrieved were primarily Hisppanic laborers. The fact that they were kidnapped, held under duress without food or water and sent by box car across the desert to New Mexico under the threat of return and die orders is especially painful to historians.
Mexican Americans were targeted.
Mexican Americans were targeted. -Apex
A presidential commission found it illegal.
Mexican Americans were targeted- aPeX
Bisbee deportation, Emma Goldman's deportation, Palmer raids.
A bisbee blue is a form of turquoise which comes from copper mines located near Bisbee, Arizona.
Mexican Americans were targeted. (apex- answers may varie)
The president was Walter Douglas (1870-1946), younger son of James Douglas Sr, who helped Phelps Dodge to amass a fortune in Arizona mining.