Labor History December 4th
Today in Labor History December 4th
The National Federation of Postal Clerks was chartered on this date. – 1906 President Roosevelt announced the end of the
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Labor History December 3rd
Today in Labor History December 3rd
Textile strikers won a 10-hour day, Fall River, Massachusetts. – 1866 The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed an 8-hour
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Labor History December 2nd
Today in Labor History December 2nd
A Chicago “slugger”, paid $50 by labor unions for every scab he “discouraged”, described his job in an interview: “Oh,
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Labor History December 1st
Today in Labor History December 1st
“Tony” Boyle, future president of the United Mine Workers (UMW) was born on this date. He served as president from 1963
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