Labor History January 18th
Today in Labor History – January 18th
Johnny Paycheck Guards employed by the Agricultural Fertilizer Chemical Company in Chrome, New Jersey, opened fire on unarmed striking workers,
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labor history January 17th
Today in Labor History – January 17th
Pablo Manlapit Filipino labor organizer, lawyer, and migrant-rights activist Pablo Manlapit was born. He moved to Hawaii as a young
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labor history january 16th
Today in Labor History – January 16th
Leonard Woodcock The United States Civil Service Commission was established as the Pendleton Act went into effect. The Pendleton Act
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Labor History January 15th
Today in Labor History – January 15th
The Great Molasses Flood In Chicago for a demonstration against hunger, Wobbly Ralph Chaplin completed the writing of the labor
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