History of the Working Class

 


Labor History June 17th
Today in Labor History – June 17th
Mary Harris “Mother” Jones 20 workers were killed and many others were seriously injured in an explosion at the US
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Labor History June 16th
Today in Labor History – June 16th
Eugene Debs Eight local unions organized the International Fur Workers Union of US and Canada. The union later merged with
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Labor History June 15th
Today in Labor History – June 15th
Police attack protester during the Battle of Century City   The Metal Trades Department of what now the AFL-CIO is
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Labor History June 14th
Today in Labor History – June 14th
The UNIVAC I In West Virginia, which was under martial law due to ongoing violence between miners and thugs hired
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