History of the Working Class

 


Labor History August 25th
Today in Labor History – August 25th
Allen Pinkerton was born on this day, founder of the Pinkerton private police force, whose strike breaking detectives (Pinkertons, or
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Labor History August 24th
Today in Labor History August 24th
The Mechanics Gazette, believed to be the first U.S. labor newspaper, was published in Philadelphia, the outgrowth of a strike
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Labor History August 23rd
Today in Labor History August 23rd
Folk and protest singer Malvina Reynolds was born on this day in San Francisco, California. Reynolds was denied a diploma
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Labor History August 22nd
Today in Labor History August 22nd
Sam Gompers and other trade unionists met with New York mayor Gilroy pressing for a municipal public works program to
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