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Question 1: Kopple initially intended to make a film about Kenzie, Miners for Democracy and the attempt to unseat ________.
United Mine WorkersArnold MillerW. A. BoyleJoseph Yablonski

Question 2: The sticking point was mooted when, a few years after this strike, the ________ folded the agreement that was eventually won by this group of workers into a global contract.
Sheet Metal Workers' International AssociationOperative Plasterers' and Cement Masons' International AssociationUnited Mine WorkersInternational Longshoremen's Association

Question 3: A good case in point is the story of ________, a passionate, populist union representative who was loved by many of the miners.
W. A. BoyleMike TrbovichArnold MillerJoseph Yablonski

Question 4: The film won the 1976 ________.
Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject)76th Academy Awards55th Academy AwardsAcademy Award for Best Documentary Feature

Question 5: Old as she is — she remembers when Harlan County was known as "Bloody Harlan" in the days of the ________ — Florence delivers a touching, throaty rendition of her most famous labor song, "Which Side Are You On?"
Great DepressionUnited StatesFederal Reserve SystemRepublican Party (United States)

Question 6: Harlan County, USA at the ________
CDNOWAmazon.comBox Office MojoInternet Movie Database

Question 7: Harlan County, USA is a 1976 documentary film covering the efforts of 180 coal miners on strike against the ________ in Harlan County, Kentucky in 1973.
Duke EnergyNuclear powerElectric power transmissionNet metering

Question 8: Associate director Anne Lewis compares Scott to Women's Liberation activists in the film's ________ Criterion Collection special feature The Making of Harlan County, USA.

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