Today in Labor History – May 20th

082009

The first American public school was established in Dorchester, Ma. – 1639

The Railway Labor Act was enacted in the wake of strikes and federal seizures of the railroads. The law guaranteed collective bargaining rights to railroad workers – 1926

9,000 rubber workers strike in Akron, Ohio – 1933
082009
The first American public school was established in Dorchester, Ma. – 1639
The Railway Labor Act was enacted in the wake of strikes and federal seizures of the railroads. The law guaranteed collective bargaining rights to railroad workers – 1926
9,000 rubber workers strike in Akron, Ohio –

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