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Labor History April 17th
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a New York maximum hours law for bakery workers was unconstitutional under the Due
Labor History April 16th
Texas City explosion Jacob Coxey was born on this date in Massillon, Ohio. Coxey, a populist businessman, proposed ending the
Labor History April 15th
This date marks the birth of A. Philip Randolph, organizer and president of the African-American Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters.  According
Labor History April 14th
John Steinbeck More than 100 Mexican and Filipino farm workers were arrested for union activities in Imperial Valley, California. Eight

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