History of the Working Class

 


Labor History March 31st
Today in Labor History – March 31st
Cesar Chavez U.S. President Martin Van Buren issued an Executive Order, “finding that different rules prevail at different places as
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Labor History March 30th
Today in Labor History – March 30th
Harry Bridges Chicago stockyard workers won an 8-hour day. – 1918 30,000 unemployed people marched in New York City. At
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Labor History March 29th
Today in Labor History – March 29th
Ohio made it illegal for children under 18 and women to work more than 10 hours a day. – 1852
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Labor History March 28th
Today in Labor History – March 28th
Emma Goldman Emma Goldman was arrested for giving a lecture on contraceptives. Goldman believed that knowledge of and access to
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