Today in Labor History – October 19th

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After twenty years of virulent anti-unionism, the J.P. Stevens & Co. finally signs its first-ever contract with the Amalgamated Clothing & Textile Workers Union.  The collective bargaining agreement covered more than 3,000 workers in ten plants in the Carolinas and Alabama. – 1980

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