Labor History March 20
Today in Labor History March 20, 2020
Michigan authorized the formation of workers’ cooperatives. Thirteen were formed in the state over a 25-year period. Labor reform organizations
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Labor History March 19th
Today in Labor History March 19, 2020
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Adamson Act, a federal law that established an 8-hour workday, with
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Labor History March 18th
Today in Labor History March 18, 2020
Mexican anarchist Ricardo Flores Magón was arrested under the Espionage Act, charged with hindering the American war effort and imprisoned
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Labor History March 17th
Today in Labor History March 17, 2020
The leadership of the American Federation of Labor selected the Carpenters Union to lead the eight hour movement. Carpenters throughout
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