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Labor History January 12th
The SCAB Novelist Jack London was born on this day. His classic definition of a scab (someone who would cross
Labor History January 11th
The "Bread and Roses" textile strike The first American “Modern School”, based on ideas of Francisco Ferrer, was founded by
Labor history January 10th
Joe Hill The Pemberton Mill suddenly collapsed in Lawrence, Massachusetts, trapping 900 workers, mostly Irish women. The mill then caught fire,
labor history january 9th
Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union meeting A Mediation Commission appointed by President Woodrow Wilson found that “industry’s failure to deal with

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