1911 Triangle Factory Fire | Leon Stein interviews Mary Domsky-Abrams: "[We] mourned our dead . . ., the victims of a society which was concerned only with the profits of an individual and not with the welfare of the . . . working masses. The Triangle victims were martyrs in the fight for social justice, and the labor movement will always remember them as those who, with their young lives, paved the way for a better world with a more just society, a world free from exploitation, . . . ."