labor history january 16th
Today in Labor History January 16th
The United States Civil Service Commission was established as the Pendleton Act went into effect. The Pendleton Act established that
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Labor History January 15th
Today in Labor History January 15th
In Chicago for a demonstration against hunger, Wobbly Ralph Chaplin completed the writing of the labor anthem “Solidarity Forever” on
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Labor History January 14th
Today in Labor History January 14th
Eighty-five delegates from 41 locals held the third convention of the National Bricklayers Union in New York City to organize
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Labor History January 13th
Today in Labor History January 13th
The original Tompkins Square Riot occurred on this date. Unemployed workers were demonstrating in New York’s Tompkins Square Park, when
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