History of the Working Class

 


Labor History August 21st
Today in Labor History August 21st
Nat Turner launched a slave revolt in Virginia that lasted two days and resulted in the deaths of 60 whites.
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Labor History August 20th
Today in Labor History August 20th
The short-lived National Labor Union (U.S.) was formed on this date and called for the 8-hour workday. The union, led
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Labor History August 19th
Today in Labor History August 19th
The first edition of the IWW Little Red Songbook was published. Since the founding of the Industrial Workers of the World, also known as
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Labor History August 18th
Today in Labor History August 18th
Radio station WEVD, named for Eugene V. Debs, went on the air in New York City.  It was a talk radio
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