History of the Working Class

 


Labor History May 14th
Today in Labor History – May 14th
“We Want Beer” marches were held throughout the United States. 15,000 unionized workers demonstrated in Detroit. Prohibition was repealed within
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Labor History May 13th
Today in Labor History – May 13th
  The Canadian government established the Department of Labour. It took the U.S. another four years. – 1909 4,000 dockworkers
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Labor History May 12
Today in Labor History – May 12th
Sacco and Vanzetti Nearly 150,000 anthracite coal miners went on strike in Eastern Pennsylvania for higher wages, better working conditions,
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Labor History May 11th
Today in Labor History – May 11th
15th Infantry poses by Locomotive during Pulman Strike The Pullman Railroad Strike began in Chicago, Illinois. This was the largest
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